I can find no reference to that model. Provide a detailed description of ALL marks.
The Dickson Commander appears to be the same basic gun as the RG model 40, built by Rohm in Germany. Probably worth about $100-$120 in VG condition.
The P-38 in 22LR is the only 22LR pistol made by Walther that looks like a P38
38 special Cheyenne double action revolver Made in Germany
A semi auto pistol in either 45, 38, 7.65 or 9mm
about $300 in great condition.
Made in 1951
how to breakdown and load 38 caliber iver johnson pistol?
Made in 1950.
Shipped @ 1949
About 38 miles on US-70
Store brand made by Meridan for Sears
Zero. Ruger never made the P38.
I have seen people shoot accurately at 100 yards or more with a .38 pistol. However, in general, a pistol bullet can travel, on average, about a mile.
Yes- but not very common. There is an automatic pistol caliber known as the .38 Super, which does not interchange with the .38 Special revolver cartridge. There have been a small number of target pistols built to shoot .38 Special Wadcutter target ammo. And there is at least one auto pistol made in caliber .357 Magnum (revolver cartridge). However, revolver ammo is rimmed, and auto pistol ammo is rimless- there are usually feeding problems when an auto pistol is made for revolver ammo.
no the 38 bullet is fatter and and the special is smaller
If the pistol says 38 Super, the pistol with fire "38 Super" ammo. Most 38 Super ammo today will have +P after 38 Super. If the pistol is a modern firearm in good condition it can fire 38 Super +P rounds. However, if you pistol is 25+ years old, I suggest you having a competent Gunsmith examine the pistol to determine if it can safely fire modern "38 Super +P" ammo. (A little bit about the history of the 38 semi-auto round is below) Around the turn of the 19/20th century, Colt developed a semi auto pistol that chambered a round called the 38 ACP, (Automatic Colt Pistol). When the US Army was looking to adopt a semi auto pistol in 1910 it rejected Colt's 38 ACP. the round lacked the knock down power, but accepted Colt's 45 ACP with an improved pistol that was adopted in 1911 as the Model 1911 pistol. Colt improved it's 38 ACP in the 1920's by increasing it's pressures and chambered it's model 1911 for this round, naming it the Colt 38 Super Automatic. (The famous Tommy Gun was also chambered for the 38 Super for a short time too). Under no circumstances should pistols chambered for the old 38 ACP be fired with 38 Super ammo! Although the rounds are physically identical, they are not interchangable. the 38 Super Automatic is much more powerful. If the pistol does not specifically say 38 Super, it should not be fired with modern 38 Super ammo. If your pistol says 38 ACP, you must find ammo that is specificly made for this antique firearm, which is hard to find. If you are a skilled handloader, you can load rounds for the 38 ACP using data from reliable handloading manufacturers. Note that a standard .38 auto pistol should NOT be subjected to the increased pressures of Super .38 +P ammo.
if you are taalking about a single action ??? made 1910
Suspense - 1949 The Pistol Shot 6-38 was released on: USA: 15 June 1954
Never heard of a PB 38
The pistol fired the .38 Long Colt cartridge, not to be confused with the .38 Smith & Wesson Special (.38 Special), .38 Super, .38 Short Colt, or any other cartridge marked as .38 or .380. That is the only ammunition type which can be fired through this pistol. Current production .38 Long Colt ammo may be run through this pistol. However, I would advise you to have a competent gunsmith inspect the pistol to ensure it is in a condition where it is safe to fire first.