Brazil used a number of Mauser rifles over the years. Most were in 7mm Mauser (7x57), but later versions were .30-06. That number you have is not a model number. firstname.lastname@example.org
the are also chambered for the 38 caliber, 9mm caliber and 22 caliber
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Generally speaking, no. You can only fire the caliber for which the gun is chambered. There are some exceptions, but not many.
The ak-47 is chambered for the 7.62x39 cartridge.
The AK-47 assault rifle is chambered for the 7.62x39mm round, which is of the 7.62 millimeter caliber.
If you mean the standard Caliber of a 1911 model colt pistol,then this was chambered in the caliber .45ACP.
Usually 9mm. However some earlier Lugers were chambered for the 30 caliber Luger.
All U.S. army springfield rifles were chambered in 30-06 caliber.
It was chambered in both 32 ACP and 380 ACP.
Only if chambered in 30/06
NEVER FIRE AMMUNITION IN A WEAPON IT IS NOT CHAMBERED FOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No, No, NO
It depends on what caliber it is chambered in.
Originally in 1903, the rifle was chambered for the 1903 cartridge in .30 caliber (30-'03 Caliber). The Army was not pleased with it, and after refinement the US Army re-tested the rifle & ammo, finally adopting them both in 1906 as; the model 1903 Springfield rifle and 30-'06 cartridge (.30 caliber bullet adopted by the US Army in 1906).
A lever action rifle chambered in .308 Winchester.
Right now there are 2 guns made for this caliber. The first was the
The Fabrique Nationale P90 personal defense weapon is chambered for the 5.7x28mm bottlenecked cartridge.
Yes! In 1950 Marlin introduced a 336 chambered for the .35 Remington caliber. They are still available in this caliber. In 1983 they also introduced a 336ER chambered in .356 Win., but it was discontinued in 1986, so they are very hard to find! Hope this helps! Vall
No these calibers were never chambered in the model 99 savage.I presume that the one caliber you are asking about is the 7.62x39.
Your rifle is likely chambered in 6.5x52 Carcano. This can be veried by a gunsmith.
The L579 was a model number that was used by Sako.it describes the action type.The info that you provided will not indicate what caliber that you have.Your Sako rifle should be marked as to what caliber your rifle is chambered for,somewhere on the firearm itself.
The gun is chambered for the 32 caliber Winchester center fire cartridge. Also known as the 32-20.
Your Remington model 1903-A3 was made in the year 1942.It was chambered in the caliber 30-06.
Not unless the Smith is chambered in caliber .270 Weatherby- and I have never seen one that was.
Only for 45 55. I believe all trapdoors made from 1873 on were only 45/70 caliber
IF a rifle is chambered in caliber .35y magnum, yes. Among others, Marlin made a lever action .357 magnum rifle.