Can I shoot 380acp caliber out of my 32 pistol?
No. Ammo designated as .38 or .38 special is different than ammo designated as .380. .380 is designed for semi-auto handguns and .38 ammo is for revolvers.More to the point, the .38 Special has a longer case, and a larger diameter projectile. The .38 special bullet measures .357" diameter, the .380 measures .355" diameter. The .38 special is a 'rimmed' cartridge, and the .380 is 'rimless'. Luckily, .38 Special ammo will not fit in a .380 magazine, otherwise the results could be disastrous, possibly turning your .380 handgun into a hand grenade.
No, i asume you dont have see .380 pistol and a revolver 38 spl, the .380 and 38 spl ammo share de same diameter boot no the longer, the 38 is for a 38 special revolver tipe and the .380 is for an automatic pistol tipe some people call 9mm short.
It is a .380 ACP caliber handgun produced by Colt Arms. It is a .380 ACP caliber handgun produced by Colt Arms.
No. Generally speaking, you can only use the correct caliber magazine for any given handgun, and .380 and 9mm are not interchangeable.
No, you cannot.
NO!! Although the bullet diameter is the same, the case length is different and should not chamber in the 380 caliber handgun.
No. Shoot only the caliber printed on the barrel.
Let's start by using the right term- I think you mean a .380 cartridge- many guns use .380 caliber BULLETS.In general, NO. Unlike .22 shorts and long rifles, rimless cases do not interchange. It may be possible to get a .380 cartridge to fire in another gun- but not safely. Use ammo that is the caliber marked on the gun.