Taurus judge 45 acp?
no it only takes .45 Long Colt and .410 shotshells
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
I would pay $1000 for this Pro Conceal .45 acp!
You can fire a .45 ACP cartridge through a .45 ACP pistol - and only a .45 ACP pistol. The various .45 cartridges (.45 ACP, .45 Long Colt, .45 GAP, etc.) are not interchangeable with each other.
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.
ACP means Automatic Colt Pistol. .45 ACP and .45 Auto are the same cartridge. .45 Colt and .45 Auto Rim are a revolver cartridge. .45 GAP (Glock Auto Pistol) is a shorter round than the ACP, and does not interchange with it.
as long as the ammo is for the 45 ACP pistol it will work. can't use 45 revolver ammo in the ACP
.45 ACP means Automatic Colt Pistol. It IS .45 Auto.
No. The 45 ACP (which means 45 Auto) cannot use the .45 GAP or the .45 Magnum.
ACP stand for Automatic Colt Pistol
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.
If it's chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge, yes.
Both. .45 Auto and .45 ACP are the same round.
The .45 ACP--which stands for AUTOMATIC COLT PISTOL is used in semiautomatic pistols. The .45 Colt is used in revolvers.
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).
Automatic Colt Pistol as in 45 ACP.
Yes. AR-style rifles can be had in .45 ACP, for example. There was also a .45 ACP variation made of the Uzi Model B (good luck finding one, though). And there are others, as well.
45 ACP can be used in both auto and revolver. The revolver must have a 45 ACP cylinder.
Aside from the uncommon .45 GAP chambered Glocks, yes. Check the marking on your barrel for the .45 ACP marking.
'ACP' means Automatic Colt Pistol. A 1911, for example, would chamber a .45 ACP cartridge.
Automatic Colt Pistol. Colt invented the .45 Auto and thus had the right to name it.
The .45 GAP is a shorter cartridge than the .45 ACP. Developed for the Glock Automatic Pistol (that's the GAP) it does not interchange with the .45 Colt Automatic Pistol (ACP). Made for a smaller firearm, shorter action, etc.
Would really need more detail here. If it's the same ammo, yes - ACP is just a nomenclature. However, there's a difference between, say, .45 ACP, .45 GAP, and .45 LC... those are three different cartridges, and are not in any way compatible.
Nope. Matter of fact, you can't even load it. The .45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) cartridge is longer than the .45 Glock Automatic Pistol cartridge (GAP). And the model 37 IS in .45 GAP. Both rounds headspace off the case MOUTH- the .45 ACP is too long for the slide to go into battery (close the action). And, with the exception of some revolvers, you cannot shoot .45 GAP in an .45 ACP firearm.
Caliber .45 Automatic Colt Pistol.
45 ACP. Semiautomatic. @6lbs
Actually, the cartridges are .45 ACP (automatic Colt Pistol) and .45 Colt (the cowboy era revolver cartridge. There is not really a Colt 45 Long. Can a revolver shoot both? Some can- they are chambered for the Colt .45 -but to shoot .45 ACP they need a "half moon clip"- a strip of metal that holds 3 of the shorter .45 ACP cartridges. 2 of those fill a 6 shot revolver. The PISTOL (not revolver)… Read More
Automatic Colt Handgun. It refers to a gun, or also to a caliber. 45 ACP is called ACP because it was originally designed by Colt.
ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol. It is used to differentiate two bullets of the same caliber when one is for a pistol and one is for a revolver. For instance, .45 Colt is for a revolver, and .45 ACP is for a pistol. Other than the .45 inch measurement, the two have nothing in common and are not interchangeable; the .45 ACP cannot be used in a revolver chambered for .45 Colt and vice… Read More
yes. but the seating die would have to be higher up then for the 45 acp. I have loaded 45 long colt with my 45 acp dies set.................also, need 45 long colt shell holder.........
NO, NO, NO, NO, !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THEY ARE NOT INTERCHANGEABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In metric measurements, the .45 ACP is referred to as 11.43x23mm.
ACP and auto are used to say the same thing. Automatic Colt Pistol.
The 45 GAP operates at slightly higher pressure than standard (non +p) 45 ACP ammunition and by this means is able to generate similar velocity and energy to the 45 ACP cartridge. The 380 Auto cartridge is not only smaller than 9mm Luger, it is also far lower pressure. The 380 Auto delivers far less velocity and energy and cannot handle as much bullet mass as the 9mm.
Depends on which .45- 45 Colt, 45 ACP, 45 Magnum, 45-70, and which bullet, and what it is fired from. If you mean the .45 ACP fired by a 1911A1 pistol, velocity varies from 830 FPS up to about 1020 fps. Slow, fat, but gets the job done.
It sounds like maybe a .45 ACP. If the bullet is 11mm wide (diameter) and the case (not counting the bullet) is 25mm long, that sounds about right for a .45 ACP round.
The actual power of any given cartridge is based on speed and weight of the bullet. There are multiple different loads for the 9mm Parabellum, and for the .45 ACP. HOWEVER- in general, the 9mm Parabellum has a higher energy than the .45 ACP. Search Wikipedia for 9mm Parabellum, and for .45 ACP. Scroll down for energy figures on the left. It should be noted that almost all .45 loads have heavier bullets, and the… Read More
no with regard to cases. 45 long colt has a ridge that sets on end of cylinder. 45 acp is rimless. however, they do make a cylinder for the acp that can be used on colt single actions. i have just bought a uberti 45 and was told by the dealer "a very reputable" that a 45 colt, and a 45 long colt are exactly the same. it's when you add the acp that it… Read More
Impossible to answer without knowing which 45 you are referring to. 45 ACP, 45 Colt, 45 Magnum, etc..
about the same. about 850 ft. per second................
if 45 acp is not stamped on the barrel of your rifle then it could be chambered for the 45 long colt cartidge which would be longer and with a different rim at the base of the cartridge. 45 acp rounds were made originally for auto loading pistols. to be on the safe side you should contact a knowledgable gun dealer with this question. DON`T take chances. shooting ammo in a gun that it is… Read More
45 ACP, 455 Eley.
value depends on overall condition................
Automatic Colt Pistol
Colt .45 ACP
No. The .45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) cartridge is longer the the .45 Glock Automatic Pistol (GAP) cartridge. Since they headspace on the MOUTH of the cartridge case, they cannot be interchanged.
No. You won't even come anywhere close to getting a .410 to chamber in a .45 ACP, nor will you get a rimless .45 ACP cartridge to chamber in a firearm designed for a rimmed .410 shotgun shell. I think you've gotten your .45 cartridges mixed up here. There are some pistols which can be converted from .45 Long Colt to .410 and vice versa with a barrel change or choke tube insert change. Not… Read More
No. The .45 ACP catridge is longer than the .45 GAP cartridge.
Nothing, two names for the same round.
Yes, .45 ACP.
John Moses Browning was the creator- but he was working for Colt. BTW, the ACP means Automatic Colt Pistol.