a gunsmith needs to check both the ammo and rifle.
Have it checked over by a good gunsmith before you attmept this.
Needs to be examined by a gunsmith.
DON'T DO THIS UNLESS THE MAKER SAYS IT IS SAFE TO DO SO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Danger,Do not attempt this!.
No. A .357 Magnum revolver (not an automatic, lever action, or anything else with a headspaced chamber) can fire .38 S&W Special ammo, but not .38 Long Colt.
Your marlin model 925R rifle accepts .22 long rifle ammo.It will handle any standard 22 long rifle ammo made.
I'd stay with standard velocity ammo which it was designed for.
The first 45 long colt lever rifle was made in 1985.
NO NO NO! Only shoot what the rifle is chambered for and so marked.
CCI .22 Long Rifle- or any standard .22 Long Rifle ammo (there has been a major shortage of .22 ammo for a year now)
In most cases yes it will shoot in your revolver,this cartridge has been around a long time and is loaded mild due to the age of the firearms out there.
Most .22 BOLT action, pump and LEVER action rifles that are fed from a tube magazine will handle shorts, longs, and long rifles. Remington produced several auto loaders that wil handle mixed ammo- the Remington 550 may be the best known.
DO NOT TRY THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have an Armi-Galesi-Brescia-Brevetto 22 cal. and have found that 22 long rifle jams, but 22 long works very well.
any sporting shop that sells ammunition..................
Colt automatic cal.22 long rifle match target serial #54565-S What year was it producted? current condition very good.
yes, if both weapons are for the 45 long colt cartridge
No. The .22 Long Rifle is not compatible with the .22 Long cartridge. Most .22 Long Rifle revolvers, lever and pump action rifles fed from a tubular magazine, and single shot rifles can accept .22 Long and .22 Short cartridges, but the .22 LR round is too long for a dedicated .22 Long chamber.
About 1.5 miles when fired at a very high angle from a rifle.
MODERN 22 LR ammo is smokeless and "greased" even though it in not marked that way. It was to distinguish it from older black powder ammo, no longer made.
the judge fires 45 colt which is the same as 45 long colt not to be confused with 45 acp it also fires 410 shot shells
Proofhouse.com has Colt sn data.
All M# 9422 shot standard .22 long rifle or 22 WMR ammo (though not both). There were some lookalikes, though, that were chambered for the .17HRM. These were called M# 9417. By law the caliber must be stamped on the firearm.
No. .22 Magnum and .22 Long Rifle are not interchangeable.
It can fire .22 Long Rifle, .22 Long or .22 Short. It CANNOT fire .22 magnum.