You are correct, it was made in 1936 & it does take the .38 special cartridge. Size G16 style would be my guess.
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I believe it's the Arteries that carry oxygenated blood. I'm not 100% positive but I do believe it's correct.
The correct bullets for a 223 WSSM are .224.
Did you not believe the first two tests. A positive test is 99% likely to be correct, a negative test is 50% likely to be correct. You don't say what type of test, or at what time of day it was done. email me for more information.
No. Horses' is correct I believe.
When you square a real number the answer is positive,
Yes, that is correct.
Well, there are I believe 3 Statues of Liberty. And if I am correct one is the east border of the USA, the second one on the West, and I think that the last one is some where in England. Please do not take my word, but I am 80% positive that I am correct. If I am not then let some one correct me.
7-2 IS positive. You do not need an equation for it. And if it were not positive, no correct equation would show it to be positive.
I would say " For more details regarding adding bullets and numbers, see following page."
The correct term is cartridge, not bullet- and the answer will depend on WHICH .40 caliber pistol.
I believe the correct pronunciation is : " gaw - ra "
There is no "correct" religion.
When a positive number is subtracted from zero the result is a negative number.
I believe that the correct version would be: "I was misunderstood."
Yes, but please use the correct term- cartridges. Not bullets. A .38 Special is basically a .357 Short, and you can safely shoot .38 Special in a .357 magnum. The opposite is NOT true.
The English language does not have 'positive' nouns (dogs is a noun); the designation for 'positive' is used for adjectives. For example: Positive: nice Comparative: nicer Superlative: nicest Positive: positive Comparative: more positive Superlative: most positive
This question is incomplete. A positive side could mean the positive side of a situation. A positive side could mean the side that is correct or apart of a chemical equation.
It is not correct.
protons? Yes the correct answer is protons. protons have a positive charge and electrons have a negative charge.
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Yes, I do believe it is.