The Beretta 98 used slightly larger 9x21mm ammo (as opposed to 9x19mm that the 92 utilized). Some variations of the 98 also used 7.65mm Luger rounds.
Two very different cartridges, NOT INTERCHANGEABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The two cartridges are not interchangeable.
Yes. below is copied and pasted from Gillettte's website. Answer A number of our razors are based on the multiple blade concept. Although we realize that the cartridges may be somewhat similar in appearance, the shaving systems themselves are quite different and cartridges are not interchangeable. For this reason, we make sure that our packaging clearly states the name of the razor and cartridges that are designed to fit that razor. For your convenience, here's a compatibility list: • All Fusion family Razors and Cartridges are interchangeable. • All MACH3 family Razors and Cartridges are interchangeable. • All Sensor Family Razors and Cartridges are interchangeable. • TRACII Plus works with TracII or TracII Plus Cartridges • Atra Plus Razor works with Atra or Atra Plus Cartridges. • Contour Razor works with Contour Plus cartridges.
The M9 is chambered for the 9mm Luger, metrically known as the 9x19mm, less commonly known as the 9mm Parabellum. All 9mm cartridges with any of these names are interchangable.
They sell C02 Cartridges for any pistol but I don't believe they sell the Umarex brand. However all c02 cartridges are universal and interchangeable
A submachine gun is a fully automatic (i.e. machine gun) armament that uses pistol cartridges instead of rifle cartridges. The most famous exaple would the Thompson M1921; which uese the .45 ACP cartridge. Other well known submachineguns include the German MP40 (9x19mm Parabellum); Russian PPSh-41 (7.62x25mm), or the more modern H&K MP5 (9x19mm Parabellum).
The Walther P99 in 9mm Parabellum has 2 standard size magazines- one holds 10 cartridges, the other 15. PS- BULLET is the part of the cartridge that comes out of the barrel. Magazine capacities are in cartridges, not bullets.
No. They fire different cartridges, and the magazines are not interchangeable between the two.
NO!. It is dangerous to attempt this. Totally different cartridges, different power levels and dimension.
No. .270 Winchester and .270 Winchester Short Magnum are not interchangeable cartridges.
No they are not interchangeable. Printer companies do this on purpose to ensure that you can only buy a certain type of printer ink, and can jack up the price accordingly.
They are Interchangeable; Page Print Out Yield for 95 Tri Color- 330 pages versus 93, 220 pages. 99 Photo Ink has 130 page yield
Of course! It's 9x19mm or 9mm Parabellum. The German Luger also used the 9x19mm.
The common 9mm cartridge is known by many names. All of the following 9mm's are one and the same: 9x19mm, 9mm Nato, 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum. There are no 9mm cartridges specific to Glock or Smith & Wesson.
Not counting the many Pong clones, which doesn't have interchangeable cartridges, I would have to say Cartridge 1 (table tennis) for the Magnavox Odyssey.
Assuming you're referring to the 9mm Parabellum/Luger cartridge (a.k.a., 9x19mm), the only one I'm able to think of offhand is Ruger, who used to make a variant of the Speed Six revolver which used the 9x19 cartridge, employing half moon clips to keep the cartridges in the cylinder (the 9x19 isn't a rimmed cartridge, so the conventional method used for rimmed cartridges wouldn't have been effective).
they are two entirely different cartridges--they are definitely not interchangable. if you put them side by side you would immediately know the are a totally different animal.
Yes and no. In the early days, a rifle was defined simply as a firearm with a rifled barrel and is intended to be fired from a shoulder. Most submachine guns (SMGs) fulfill both these requirements. However, in modern times, rifles are also characterized by large bottlenecked cartridges (eg. 7.62x51mm, 5.56x45mm, 7.62x39mm), while submachine guns are characterized by the use of pistol cartridges (eg. 9x19mm, .45 ACP). So in most circles, the submachine gun is not considered a rifle.
A rifle with a 5.56x45 chamber can utilise .223 Remington cartridges. A rifle with a dedicated .223 Remington chamber cannot accommodate 5.56x45 cartridges. A rifle with a .223 Wylde chamber can accommodate .223 Wylde, .223 Remington, and 5.56x45, but neither a rifle with a 5.56x45 or a .223 Remington chamber can accommodate the .223 Wylde cartridge.
yes. These two types of canon printers are completely interchangeable with their designated ink cartridges. If you buy the CLI8 ink it can be used with the PIXMA MP520.
One bullet per cartridge...
9x19mm, also known as 9mm Parabellum or 9mm Luger.
The .222 Remington was the parent case for the 5.56x45/.223 Remington cartridge, and it was also the parent case of the .222 Remington Magnum (which was rejected by the military prior to the adoption of the 5.56x45). The .223 has a longer casing, which holds more powder, as well as differences in neck and shoulder measurements. The two cartridges are NOT interchangeable.