Can 22long ammo be fired with a Smith?
I assume you mean Smith and Wesson. If it is a .22 caliber S&W revolver, yes.
No, the 22 Mag will not fit.
Your marlin should be marked on the side of the barrel as to which type of 22 ammo it needs.example of 22 short,22long.22 long rifle,22magnum.
You can request a manual from S&W on their web site.
No. Dimension-wise, they are similar, but there are differences in neck angles and case thickness. .223 Remington ammo can be fired in a 5.56 chamber, but 5.56 ammo should never be fired through a .223 Remington chamber.
Equal, as long as the fired round and the dropped round have the same shape.
Simple answer, No.
Needs attention from a gun smith. Could be the ammo, could be dirty, could have a faulty part, could be the way you are holding it when fired, etc..
Any .38 ammo can be safly fired in a .357. +P .38 loads do not exceed .357 pressures.
yes, but better to use standard ammo. +P ammo shakes the pistol a lot.
It really depends on the type of ammunition. I've fired ammo from -65 to 140 F in different calibers. Storage has the most impact.
The winchester 25-35 Cartridge CAN be safely fired in a 25-36 Marlin caliber firearm. They are similar cartridges, the Marlin is a bit longer. For that reason the Marlin ammo cannot be fired in the Winchester.
No. Cartridges in these pistols headspace on the mouth of the cartridge.
It means that a long time ago, people would pass ammunition to load cannons, because, they used heavy single shot ammo, and the person who fired the weapon could not carry the ammo by themselves. It means pass the ammunition so that it can be loaded into a cannon and fired.
You may use any brand of 7mm Magnum rifle ammo.
The current production Ladysmith (by Smith and Wesson) fires .38 Special ammo, and can use any factory .38 Special ammo. Do not confuse the current Ladysmith with a tiny .22 caliber revolver made by S&W years ago.
Not unless the Smith is chambered in caliber .270 Weatherby- and I have never seen one that was.
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I think you mean 22 WMR ammo. If you buy ammo just ask for the 22 WMR which is different then other 22 ammo
Check with a local gun shop.
standard 115 grain 9 mm ammo or higher grain bullet.
It should, but, recommend you have it test fired by a gunsmith.
About 1.5 miles when fired at a very high angle from a rifle.
N0- highly dangerous. The bore is also a different diameter.
There are many brands of 556 ammo available. Some of the better rated ones by users include Barnes and Hornday. Both have great user ratings for hits and shots fired.
Any metallic bullet fired from a gun can be lethal. Pistol ammo is not designed for different degrees of lethality, but is designed for effectiveness in stopping and attacker. That is likely to be a jacketed hollowpoint cartridge.
air soft pellets
You need to have it examined by a gunsmith to be sure.
Yes you can. .380 auto.
Yes..... caliber specific ammo must meet SAAMI specs and will work in all standard firearms of same caliber. I shoot all rem's but I like silvertips, only Win.....be careful of reloads regardless of manufacturer, because once fired the brass conforms to the specific barrel in which it was fired. hope helps
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$100-$500, depending on condition. These guns should NOT be fired with modern high velocity ammo.
It depends on the muzzle speed produced by the particular brand of ammo.
You must contact COLT for the best answer.
No. .270 Winchester and .270 Winchester Short Magnum are not interchangeable cartridges.
Any that is made for the weapon.
You will have to call S&W to get a correct answer.
Why does ammo from different manufacturers sometimes have different points of impact when fired in the same gun?
Variations in projectile weight, velocity, powder charge
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Depends. What is the caliber of the AR-15 rifle? If it marked 5.56, yes. If it marked .223, no. While you MAY fire 5.56x45 ammo in a .223, they are NOT the identical cartridge, and it is not a good (or safe) practice. .223 ammo can be safely fired in a rifle chambered in 5.56 mm. The 5.56 chamber is cut a bit longer than .223 to help insure operations in the field in the… Read More
The Lewis gun used a pan type magazine, either 47 or 97 rounds of ammo.
Yes, but the opposite may NOT be true. 5.56 x 45 should NOT be fired in a weapon chambered for .223.
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I personally haven't had a problem shooting foreign manufactured ammunition although I have never fired Malaysian ammo. If you are purchasing it through a reputable source (Centerfire Systems or other large distributor) you are likely safe although there are no guarantees in life.
You can, but, you should not. The frame is not rated for +P
Have it checked over by a good gun smith.
Ammo, imporper assembly, dirty