Is there a difference between revolver ammo and automatic ammo?
yes................revolver ammo has a rim. Semi-auto cartridges do not.
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There is no difference- Luger is a name that is commonly used in America and Parabelum is used in Europe, they are both 9x19.
A centerfire cartridge has the primer in the middle on the bottom side of the shell, where as the rimfire is the whole bottom.
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Youll get different answers. There is a very high consumer demand right now, (politically motivated?) keeping the normal distributors out of stock. The manufacturers are fulfi…lling orders to distributors under contract with them first. The effect is that almost all other dealers/retailers have to waith their turn. Small shops throughout the country cant keep stock. A normal reaction is to buy more of a product when you feel it is in scarce supply - making the situation worse. As an example, there was a perceived 'rice shortage' last year in the US, there really wasnt, but people bought rice in massive quantities - making it unavailable at many smaller grocery stores for months.
While they are similar, the cartridges are not the same, with slight differences in the shoulder angle, length of neck. It is safe to fire .223 in a weapon chambered for 5.56,… but 5.56 ammo in a weapon chambered for .223 may NOT be safe.
ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol. They are the same.
.38 Special is a rimmed cartridge, designed for revolvers, while .38 Super is designed for semi auto pistols, and uses a recessed canneleure, rather than a rim. Additionally, …the .38 Super has a bullet diameter of .355 inches, vs. the .38 Special's bullet diameter of .357 inches.
Is there a difference 32 cal special ammo and regular 32 cal ammo for 32 detective special handgun revolver?
No such caliber as .32 Special. Use the caliber of ammo marked on the gun.
No. The 7.65x17SR/.32 ACP and other 7.65/.32 calibre ammo types are not compatible with each other.
There is no difference. ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol.
Close, but no cigar. Developed by different companies, different dimensions, different power. Please note there have been SEVERAL 10 mm handgun cartridges over the years.
Nothing, two names for the same round.
There is no such thing as a "9mm Beretta" cartridge. Beretta firearms were manufactured in 9x19mm (also known as 9mm Parabellum or 9mm Luger), 9x17 (also known as the .380 ACP…), and some models are made in 9x21 IMI for countries which prohibit civilians from owning firearms chambered in military calibres. The cartridge appropriate for your Beretta 9mm should be marked on the frame and slide.
The 7.62x39 round is an intermediate rifle round used in rifles like the SKS and more famously in the AK-47 & its variants. The 7.62x38 (technically called the 7.62x38R) is a …pistol round used almost exclusively by the M1895 Nagant revolver. The 7.62x38 is a very distinct round with brass that extends past the bullet so that it can more effectively complete the gas seal which is a major feature of the M1895. The casing is also strait when using surplus ammo, and has a crimp at the end of recently produced ammo. Meanwhile the 7.62x39 -being a rifle round- is much thicker at the base than it is at the bullet allowing for much more powder. These rounds are NOT interchangeable in in any way. Only because rounds are measured to the end of the brass, the 7.62x38 cartridge is near the the length of the 7.62x39. Without the extra brass the 7.62x38 is more along the lines of a 7.62x25. I hope this answers your question without being technical or talking down.
9MM Luger can be Ball ammunition. Ball just means it is a jacketed round nose bellet.