Does a 45colt ammo fit a 45 magnum?
It's not the same. .45 LC (long colt) and .45 Mag are not the same.
No. Only what is stamped on the barrel.
No. 9mm Parabellum ammo is about .35 caliber, and the .45 is, well, .45 caliber. The .45 cartridge is too wide to fit in the chamber.
There is no 45 apc, but, there is a 45 acp. The 45 Colt is a longer cartridge. There is no 45 apc, but, there is a 45 acp. The 45 Colt is a longer cartridge.
No. If it will even fit (the rim of a 44 magnum cartridge is much larger than a 45 Colt) it would be very dangerous to do. 45 Colt firearms were not designed for the forces of a 44 Magnum cartridge.
Whether for pistol or rifle, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire ammo is loaded with bullets ranging from 30 to 50 grains. The standard seems to be 45 grains.
There are numerous handguns that will fire more than one caliber or type of ammo. The Taurus Judge will fire .410 shotgun ammo or .45 Colt ammo. Smith and Wesson has just started producing a gun similar revolver called the Governer that will fire .410, .45 Colt, or .45 ACP. You can fire .38 special in any gun that is chambered in .357 magnum (but not vice-versa) or .44 special in a gun chambered for… Read More
as long as the ammo is for the 45 ACP pistol it will work. can't use 45 revolver ammo in the ACP
I'm not aware of a .45 Magnum. There is a .44 Magnum. The 44 magnum is typically a revolver round, very high power. The 45 ACP is typically used in semi-automatic pistols. The 45 ACP is not as powerful compared to the 44 magnum (mostly due to the amount of propellant in the 44 magnum compared to the 45 acp).
Can a pistol marked 45 Ballester Rigaud made in Argentina be a different size than American ammo what other reason would make the ammo not fit in barrel?
I own oneof these guns and the .45 acp ammo works perfectly in it. The only thing i can think of is a bad barrel. The good thing about these guns is that the barrel is interchangeable with a colt standard 1911.
any 45 cal ammo will work in a 45 cal pistol
a gunsmith needs to check both the ammo and rifle.
No, it won't fit. The .45 caliber bullet is 0.45" in diameter; the .30 caliber bullet is .15" smaller. The brass is different size too.
The Marlin 1894 is a short action designed for pistol sized ammo. They're typically found in .357 magnum or .44 magnum. They were produced a few years in .22 magnum also.They can be found in .41 magnum and a cowboy version in .45 Colt. The Winchester 1894, or later just the 94, is chambered in .30-30 and .32 special. The Marlin rifle chambered in .30-30 is the 336 or one of its many sub-models. Hope… Read More
this ammo is one of a kind. it will only fit a remington 16 22 caliber autoloading rifle. the model 16 was the very first 22 cal. automatic remington produced. they made this special ammo. because all prior 22 ammo was blackpowder. the model 16 was gas opperated and black powder would plug and corrode the gas tubes. thus the 22 cal. autoloading. this ammo was made to fit this rifle and this rifle only… Read More
A 44 magnum is just the new and improved version of the 44 special which the special is a 44 caliber. Magnum just means bigger so the 44 magnum is pretty much in between 44 and 45 cal. However, if you mean size, .45 is slightly larger in diamater than .44.
.44 Magnum .41 Magnum .357 Magnum .41 action express .50 action express .357 maximum .45 Magnum
None. Some handguns have been made that will fire .45 Long Colt revolver rounds and .410 shotgun shells, but that does not mean that you can take any .410 shotgun and stick .45 handgun ammo in there.
Impossible to answer without knowing which 45 you are referring to. 45 ACP, 45 Colt, 45 Magnum, etc..
No. The 45 ACP (which means 45 Auto) cannot use the .45 GAP or the .45 Magnum.
Do not try this!
No. You will have to have a Model 1895
+P ammo is rated for the .45 Springfield XD, although I am seeing that it may not cycle correctly. May want to check with Springfield.
No. The .45 ACP catridge is longer than the .45 GAP cartridge.
Nothing, two names for the same round.
If it's chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge, yes.
Yes, .45 ACP.
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.357 magnum Actually, a more correct answer is, MOST 357 is more powerful and MOST 45, but there are a couple of exceptions, if you are talking about muzzle energy.
If it is chamberd for it, yes.
9mm target ammunition is commonly less expensive than .45 ACP.
45 ACP. Have it checked by a gunsmith before firing.
Have it checked over by a good gunsmith before you attmept this.
No, the .380 has less power than the 9mm or the .45 .
Yes, as long as it says .45 on the barrel.
Colt 1911 .45 cal
The glock 21 fires the .45 automatic colt pistol (.45acp, or .45 auto) round.
The Model 1 uses standard .45 Colt (not .45 Auto- .45 ACP) and 2.5 inch .410 shotshells. However- this is a fairly small handgun- and the .45 Colt is not a small cartridge. You will likely find recoil very unplesant with standrd .45 Colt ammo. Several companies do load a reduced power "cowboy shooting" version of the .45 Colt, which would reduce some of the kick.
100-500 or so
Necked and straight walled.. 308 is necked and 45-70 is straight walled. There are also magnum, belted magnum and rimfire.
It should be marked on the gun- something like .410/ 45 Colt.
Caliber is .45 GAP (Glock auto pistol)
.45 Long Colt.
230 grain round nosed FMJ.
any sporting shop that sells ammunition..................
Unless your owner's manual for the PT1911 states that the barrel is rated for .45 ACP +P ammunition, I would not risk damaging my pistol, or myself trying to shoot this powerful load. Regular .45 ACP ammo is more than sufficient for most circumstances.
You will need to call Colt for a definitive answer.
Be aware! Never fire ammunition in a weapon not chambered for it! Stick to the .45 colt ammo.
The .45 GAP (Glock Auto Pistol) round was designed by CCI / Speer, at the request of Glock, to provide a cartridge that would rival the firepower of the .45 ACP, but would be shorter to fit in a more compact semi-auto pistol. The .45 GAP round is the newest pistol round to be backed by a major firearms producer, Glock. Due to it's new-ness the only pistols to fire it are the Glock 37… Read More