No. Only black powder shells can be used, and even than, it may not be safe to shoot. I load my own with 2 drams of 2f real black powder and 7/8 oz of shot. Have a gunsmith take a look at the gun first.
Your Iver Johnson will shoot rocks if you want. the biggest and single most issue you need to keep in mind is the breech pressure modern loads produce. most antique guns utilized black powder as opposed to modern smokeless powder and with that your comparing apples to watermellons. through the company "Balistic products" they specialize in shotgun paraphenaila and offer many books and products to safely relaod black powder shells fire antique shotguns.
First, it is important to know that the weapon is capable of being fired safely. When you say antique, it just makes my eyebrows raise a little. As far as being able to obtain ammunition for the pistol, there are plenty of online stores that specialize in ammunition for hard-to-find pistols and rilfes. You, of course, will probably pay a premium for it, but that is the way it is for niche items in most industries. Just Google .38 Rimfire ammunition, and you will find a plethera (well, more than one) of companies that will gladly sell you some .38 rimfire ammo. Just please be sure that you KNOW what caliber the gun actually is, and that the pressures used in loading the ammunition you buy are not going to exceed the capabilities of the gun to safely discharge those rounds. Antique guns, in my opinion, should be kept in a case or sold to the highest bidder. Tip: If it's hard to find ammo for, don't shoot it! Glocks are much safer.
No. They have matching dimensions, but differ in other areas, such as neck angles. .223 ammunition can be safely fired in a 5.56x45mm chamber; 5.56x45 ammunition is not recommended to be used in a .223 Remington chamber.
There are several methods available to clean antique crystal decanters. Avoid putting them in the dishwasher, instead, use a mixture of 1 cup vinegar to 1 quart warm water to safely clean the decanters.
Yes, it can. The Winchester Model 1894/94s manufactured from 1895 through 2006 can all safely handle modern manufactured 30-30 ammo.
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Antique lockets are delicate and require special cleaning techniques and procedures. A person can clean an antique locket safely and effectively by using a mixture of baking soda and water. A person can use a sponge dipped in the baking soda and water solution to softly rub the antique locket then let it air dry.
.223 Remington ammunition can be fired safely in a 5.56x45 rifle; 5.56x45 ammunition cannot be safely fired in a .223 rifle. In the case of some partially imported rifles, they are marked .223 Remington in spite of having 5.56 chambers. This is done for compliance with BATFE laws regarding importation of certain firearms types. If in doubt about the compatibility, call the manufacturer - they're the ones who would know best.
Be aware! Never fire ammunition in a weapon not chambered for it! Stick to the .45 colt ammo.
No. If you try that the gun will blow up and you might be injured. You need 8mm Mauser ammunition.
No!! Only use ammunition that matches the markings on the gun, unless you want to get killed or have most of your face blown off.
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You should always use the intended ammunition in your firearms. If you are unsure about what ammunition the weapon is constructed to use contact the manufacturer or seek help from a professional gunsmith. In a shotgun it is less dangerous to use a shell that is shorter than a shell that is longer than the intended length of the ammunition but it may still pose a risk.
If you mean Taylor's & Company guns, yes.
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7.5 x 55 is the ONLY ammunition to be used in the K-31. The Swiss designation for it is 7,5mm Gewehrpatrone 11 (7,5mm GP11)
The .38 Short Colt catridge may be safely fired in a .38 Special revolver. Not ALL 38 Colts- .38 Short Colt.
J Stevens made several models of pistol and rifle through the late 19th to the middle 20th century which were chambered for a variety of calibers. Short barrel pistols and shotguns were part of the line. It sounds like you may have a smooth bore barrel which was designed for shot shells. It may be center fire or rim fire as both were available during Steven's manufacturing life. I recommend that you have the gun inspected by a gun smith to determine the condition and what type of ammunition can safely be fired through the gun. What you need may be available or it may be obsolete. J Stevens made several models of pistol and rifle through the late 19th to the middle 20th century which were chambered for a variety of calibers. Short barrel pistols and shotguns were part of the line. It sounds like you may have a smooth bore barrel which was designed for shot shells. It may be center fire or rim fire as both were available during Steven's manufacturing life. I recommend that you have the gun inspected by a gun smith to determine the condition and what type of ammunition can safely be fired through the gun. What you need may be available or it may be obsolete.
Argus Mfg of Chicago made tear gas pens. These cannot safely fire regular ammunition. Depending on model and condition, value is somewhere in the $25-$75 range.
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Your ithaca flues was made in 1909,so you were close.i would have a competent gunsmith look over your nice ithaca shotgun.he would be able to tell you if your shotgun can first be shot safely and second if the steel used on the shotgun barrels and reciever were made for smokeless or blackpowder shotgun shells.
Primarily by the outward appearance of the ammunition and its packaging. Evidence of corrosion, water staining, etc, may be an indicator of problem ammo. However, ammo that has been stored in cool, dry conditions seems to have a VERY long shelf life. I am currently shooting up 60 yr old 8mm Mauser ammo, which works fine.
1. It can, but, it is not advised. 2. It is stated by Smith and Wesson that the model 14-3, which is the third change of the model 14 can safely shoot plus P ammunition.