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1-8-7-3-6-5-4-2 according to the service manual for my 38 Cad.
The factors of 38 are: 1, 2, 19, 38.
No. While a .38 Special may safely fire .38 Short Colt, the .38 S&W is another cartridge entirely. It is larger in diameter than the .38 Special. Firing .38 SC in a .38 S&W will result in split cartridge cases.
Let a gunsmith do it.
A pistol rated to fire .38 +P ammunition is still going to be a .38 Special pistol, and can use regular .38 Special ammunition. .357 Magnum revolvers are also capable of chambering and firing .38 Special loads - regular, +P, and +P+ included.
They are: 0.43 25 38
you get a 38 rench then get a 4 9 rench
They are in descending order: 78 58 38 and 28
Title 38 USC 7332
0.44, 0.5, 25, 38.
No. You can fire .38 Special (and .38 Special +P) in any .357 Magnum firearm, not .38 Auto. Do not attempt the reverse (firing .357 Magnum in a .38 Special firearm); the results will be disastrous. The .38 Auto does not have a rim large enough to hold it in a revolver's chamber, and the bullet is most likely not the correct diameter.
Use a snap cap to be on the safe side.
It is 38, the middle number when they are arranged in order.
Manual: 29 mpg / 38 mpg Automatic: : 27 mpg / 33 mpg
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In order from greatest to least, these numbers are arranged: 512, 38, 34, 1.60, 1, 0.50
Yes. All .357 S&W Magnum firearms are capable of firing .38 Special ammunition. The case of the .357 is just slightly longer.
numeric order for 535-11-38 536-01-38 535-01-38 534-10-38 534-10-36 534-01-37 22-10-37
a colt firing a 357 magnum cartridge results in the jamming and possibly explosion of the firearm
Frame - holds all the parts Barrel - what the projectile goes down Hammer - strikes the firing pin sights - sighting
Yes. The only possible problem that can arise is that because the 38 special brass is shorter than the 357 brass the chamber just in front of the 38 special brass becomes a little rough due to the erosive effects of the gunpowder. 357 cartridge can then become hard to extract after firing.