What caliber and type of pistol did Clint Eastwood use in Fistful of Dollars?
It was an 1851 Navy conversion. You can buy one from Uberti, who made the gun used in the movie. List is about $375.00. Roach
Colt 1851 Navy with cartridge conversion. Also, the grips were inlaid with silver rattlesnakes.
A 22 caliber pistol holds a dose of 22 caliber ammo.
If I am not wrong about this third world information... The value of such 5 shot .38 caliber pistol is approximately right here in my place... $45 dollars only... life is cheap around here... heck you can even get it for a friendly local price of about $30 dollars. WELCOME TO THE PHILIPPINES... mabuhay!
The 50 caliber pistol is the highest pistol which can be purchased without the need for a permit. Some pistol shotguns exist which can be 75 caliber weapons.
how to breakdown and load 38 caliber iver johnson pistol?
This is a .22 caliber air pistol not a .177 caliber pistol. See the link below for the owners manual.
$100-$430 or so, depending on condition. USD - United States Dollars
Between 50-350 dollars,depending on the overall condition,and a good bore.
Sorry, but if you mean .22 Rimfire (as opposed to a pellet gun) I do not know of a GOOD pistol for $100. Spend $200-300 for a Ruger Mk III or a Browning Buckmark.
"My pistol is .40 caliber." "We were fortunate to find a manager of his caliber."
Caliber .45 long Colt
who made the pistol. what caliber is it.....
Value of iver johnson 8 shot 22 caliber pistol
any single or double action semi-automatic pistol listed as a 40 caliber pistol...............
Its the size of the bullet that the gun is made for. its the caliber that a handgun uses
Eastwood appears to be using a Colt Dragoon made sometime between 1851 and 1853)
140-200 dollars,depending on overall condition and a decent bore.
Impossible to tell from just the sn. if you found the serial number, you will be able to find the caliber of the pistol somewhere carved in the metal.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THS!!!!!!!!!!!
.22 caliber pistol
The ONLY .35 caliber pistol I have seen was the Smith & Wesson .35 Automatic. This is a rare gun, and was only made 1913-1921. Sure you don't mean a .25 caliber pistol?
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.
What is the value of a 32 caliber Belgian Browning semi-auto pistol with the stamp of the 3rd Reich?
$150 to several thousand dollars, depending on condition,markings, and history of the gun.
What is the use of grip safety on 45 caliber pistol?
You recently inherited a double action pistol supposedly in 44 bulldog The only markings on it areThe American Double action No other markings including no caliber or serial It's nickel plated and in?
smith and Wesson .32 caliber, worth about 200 dollars near mint
You will have to define what "large caliber" means to you and weather the pistol is a revolver, singleshot, blackpowder, rifmfire, centerfire, pinfire, semi-automatic.
Caliber is the size of the barrel's inside diameter, in fractions of an inch. A .25 caliber pistol fires a bullet that is about 0.25 inches across. Pistol can range from very small (about 10 caliber) up to very large (75 caliber) and there are hundreds of different cartridge sizes in between.
The M9 is a standard 9mm round. the M9 is actually a .355 caliber
A 22 LR caliber pistol made by Walther, it is similar in design to the Walther P99.
In their catalog
The exact value of a Browning 22 caliber pistol with gold trigger is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the gold content, year and condition of the pistol.
Your Ithaca manufactured 1911A1 which was made between 1943-1945 in the amount of 369,129,will be valued at between 800-1,500 dollars for a pistol displaying between 60%-90% of its original finish,and a decent bore.
Dirty Harry was one.
Can't tell the caliber from just the serial number.
The correct term is cartridge, not bullet- and the answer will depend on WHICH .40 caliber pistol.
i have a rhom pistol, but never heard of a romo, mine #100
most any large gun store will have them.
The 22 is a very small bullet and the 38 is about 4 times larger. The pistols however may be about the same size but will be chambered accordingly.
Depends on the caliber being shot. Small caliber, little kick back. Larger caliber bigger kick back...
yes they did
Small inexpensive pistol
A .44 caliber Derringer Pistol.
Pistol caliber carbine.
in a gun store
By pulling the trigger... :P
Depends on the caliber. A .45 caliber pistol uses about 40 grains of black powder. Contact the maker's website and download the owner's manual for YOUR gun.
It is a bottlenecked centerfire automatic pistol cartridge. The original Luger pistol was chambered in this caliber, and later in the 9mm Parabellum catridge. The link below will take you to a short article on the cartridge and a photo.
The Benjamin 250 is one of three pistols that make up the 250 line of air guns. Here is how they break down: 250 is a .175 BB pistol 252 is a .22 caliber pellet pistol 257 is a .177 caliber pistol. The problem is finding .175 BB's today most all BB are .177 caliber. I've heard that BB are still .175 only the caliber of the barrel has moved up to .177 to accommodate… Read More