can 357 pistol bullets be used in a 35 whelen rifle?

Related Answers

Explore the latest questions and answers related to "can 357 pistol bullets be used in a 35 whelen rifle?"

Answered: What is 3/5th of 47,000'

47,000 * 3/5 = 28,200 or: 3/5 = 0.6 47,000 * 0.6 = 28,000
Staff

Answered: Using bullets in an email

Hi there: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. Change the appearance of email text

Answered: 35 whelen reloading 310. gr. bullet

I found this reload using a 310gr Woodleigh bullet. The data comes from an on-line source. Here is the link, if you want more loads, http://www.reloadersnest.com BulletWeight=310 it looks as though you can buy a subscription for a PDF manual and download it right to your computer. Best of ...

Answered: Can you shoot 357 magnum ammunition in a 40 calliber semi automatic

Absolutely not. Doing that will very likely destroy your pistol, and quite possibly your hands.

Answered: If someone shoots you with a .50 caliber sniper rifle and they miss, can

A miss is a miss and a hit is a hit, period! Only in handgrenades and the game of horseshoes does close count and then its only the handgrenade that can kill when close!

Answered: Rifle Caliber

I bought one for my Barrett rifle from Eurooptic . check out http://www.eurooptic.com/barrett-82a1-rifles.aspx
Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

More Questions

Craigslist Nashville, used cars for sale by owner

Yeah, so what's your question? Does this look like Craigslist? Do we look like used car salesmen?

Howa rifles: I bought one at a yard sale. It ...

The sling might need adjusting to your arm length. Next time you sling the rifle, see if you are nudging the bolt open with your upper arm or elbow. This could also happen while you are carrying it slung. The easiest cure for that is to lengthen the sling until the bolt handle is just below your ...

Info on my pistol

As Norm says, it's probably an Iver Johnson. Any seasoned gunsmith can measure the chamber and tell you the correct caliber of the pistol or revolver.

Italian rifles-

Barrett rifles are designed and built for long range sniper applications. Other than using one as a very expensive target rifle, ($12,000 + optics) only military or law enforcement really have any use for one. Since the above spammer used "Italian Rifles" question to post this spam, Barrett mfg is ...