for magazines try: edssportshop.com
Best left to a gunsmith
where can to purchase a magazine for a savage pistol mont, 1907 cal 32 and bullets 7.65x one inc. thanks for all.......
Gamo Hunter Extreme 1650 FPS - Air rifle .177 Cal Air Force TalonP 900 FPS air pistol .25 Cal Hatsan AT P1 Air Pistol .177 870 FPS The Air Force TalonP is faster in .25 Cal than the Hatsan .177 Cal
The magazine (clip) is held in the pistol by the magazine catch. This is a small stud that sticks out of the bottom rear of the grip. With the gun pointed in a safe direction and your finger OFF the trigger, hold pistol in right hand. Push the magazine catch to the rear (spring loaded) and hold it back, At same time pull down on the lip of the magazine at the front of the grip, and the magazine should slide free. THE PISTOL MAY STILL BE LOADED. After removing the magazine, pull the slide to the rear, and check the chamber for the presence of a cartridge.
if a pistol, tnen the same way as the military 45 cal pistol
A pistol that fires .177 diameter pellets.
Pull the slide back, and lock it to the rear. Inspect the chamber to ensure it's clear. Check the safety to ensure it's on safe. Load rounds into the magazine. Insert magazine into bottom of pistol grip. Release slide to chamber the first round.
My grandfather's pistol used in ww1
No it will jam in the barrel.
if it's a revolver......32 cal revolver ammo if it's a pistol......32 cal pistol ammo
french made nice pistol
50 or so
see the link below for the owners manual. The Marksman Repeater is a 4.5 .177 caliber pistol not a 5.5 .22 caliber pistol.
Iver Johnson s .22 cal. Supershot with a 9 round capacity how old ! k18942
60 cal merely means the size of the projectial fired. that cal was used during the civil war
any 45 cal ammo will work in a 45 cal pistol