25-100 USD or so
.40 caliber handgun
Yes, colt makes a few different versions of the 22 caliber handgun such as the Woodsman, and Challenger.
Assuming you mean a bullet fired from a .22 caliber handgun, the answer is, yes, it can, but it depends on several variables.
It should be marked as to caliber on the barrel.
Its the size of the bullet that the gun is made for. its the caliber that a handgun uses
.32 caliber. In a semi auto handgun, probably .32 ACP
Probably. It would likely refer to a handgun that fires a .45 caliber ACP, or .45 GAP or an older .45 caliber revolver round.
Generally speaking you can with a magnum caliber revolver, but not a semi-automatic handgun.
45 has the larger projectile. Size of the handgun will vary.
Either platform can be larger than the other. The 45 has the larger projectile. Caliber is defined as the diameter in fractions of an inch, so .40 caliber is smaller in diameter than .45 caliber. Caliber can also be defined in the metric system, measured in milimeters. The .40 caliber cartridge is equivalent to 10mm in diameter. As noted, the size of a handgun can vary widely within one caliber, so it is perfectly reasonable to have a smaller handgun crafted in a larger caliber.
Rifle or handgun?
The exact value of a 1910 Colt 22 caliber mini handgun would actually be highly dependent on a number of factors. Most importantly, the condition of the handgun.
It is a .380 ACP caliber handgun produced by Colt Arms. It is a .380 ACP caliber handgun produced by Colt Arms.
No. Generally speaking, you can only use the correct caliber magazine for any given handgun, and .380 and 9mm are not interchangeable.
it is a little less powerful but not by much
A hadgun that fires a .5" projectile
small .22 or .25 caliber handgun