What caliber is a Colt MK IV Series 80?

What caliber is a Colt MK IV Series 80?

The Colt Government Model MK IV Series 80 Stainless is a . 45 ACP single action semi-automatic handgun used in The Rock.

What is a 38 super bullet?

38 Super Auto, or 9×23mmSR, is a pistol cartridge that fires a 0.356-inch-diameter (9.04 mm) bullet. It was introduced in the late 1920s as a higher pressure loading of the . 38 ACP, also known as . 38 Super pushes the same bullet at 1,280 ft/s (390.1 m/s).

What guns use 38 super?

Colt Lightweight Commander 1911 TALO Army Green, Semi-Automatic, . 38 Super, 4.25″ Barrel, 9+1 Rounds.

  • Colt Government Competition 1911 Stainless Steel, Semi-Automatic, .
  • EAA Tanfoglio Witness Limited Custom, Semi-Automatic, .
  • CZ-USA Dan Wesson Pointman Carry, Semi-Automatic, .
  • CZ-USA DW Pointman 38, Semi-Automatic, .

    What does Mk IV mean?

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mark IV or Mark 4 often refers to the fourth version of a product, frequently military hardware. “Mark”, meaning “model” or “variant”, can be abbreviated “Mk.”

    Can A.38 Long Colt be fired from?

    The modern .38 LC can be fired from .38 Special firearm, but not from a firearm designed for the .38 SC, since the case length is too long. Diagram of .38 Long Colt U.S. Army “ball cartridge”, with dimensions in inches.

    How big is A.38 Long Colt revolver?

    In 1892, it was adopted as a standard military pistol cartridge by the United States Army for the Colt M1892 revolver. The metric designation for the .38 Long Colt is 9.1×26mm. It is slightly more powerful than the .38 Short Colt, also known as .38 SC.

    What kind of Bullet do you use in A.38 special?

    The No. 1 Rule is this: if the revolver you are shooting is a .38 Special/.357 Magnum, just use .357/.358 solid-base, lead alloy bullets weighing 145 to 155 grains loaded normally. A charge of 2.7 to 3.0 grains of Bullseye will duplicate original factory ballistics (about 760–770 fps).

    When did the Colt 38 Special come out?

    By 1908, even Colt was chambering their new Police Positive and New Army revolvers in “.38 Colt Special”, which was just a standard .38 Smith & Wesson Special with a different headstamp.