NEVER SHOOT AMMUNITION IN A WEAPON NOT CHAMBERED FOR IT!!!!! Do not attempt this.
Can I shoot 380acp caliber out of my 32 pistol?
A pistol chambered for .380 ACP (also known as 9x17) can fire that cartridge and only that cartridge. You cannot shoot 9mm Parabellum (9x19) or any other 9mm cartridge in it.
No it is dangerous to attempt a 9mm is a bigger bullet. More specifically, 9mm Luger is a longer cartridge that .380 ACP.
I have seen people shoot accurately at 100 yards or more with a .38 pistol. However, in general, a pistol bullet can travel, on average, about a mile.
You can only use .380 ACP ammo in a .380 pistol. Period.
NEVERY ATTEMPT TO FIRE ANY AMMUNITION NOT SPECIFICALLY MADE FOR YOUR FIREARM!!!!!!!!!!! Have a gunsmith check it out.
Depends on the caliber, barrel length, projectile weight.
Depending on caliber up to and beyond 3 miles.
The .380 automatic cannot shoot 9mm Parabellum ammo.
You will have to shoot as many different types as you can afford to find out. All weapons will exhibit a preference for one brand/bullet weight.