9 18 mm

enrique262  asked:

I understand you can shoot .38 rounds from any .357 revolver, so, are there any other calibers that can work with a second one like that?

Off the top of my head:
.44 magnum and .44 special, (sometimes .44 russian,  at least ive seen it done)

7.63 Mauser will function in some 7.62 Tokarev firearms but not vis versa.

Just because it fits does not mean you should shoot it, however. The pressure difference could seriously hurt you or the firearm.

Most of the time cartridge capability depends on the gun.  
The Medusa M47, for example, can chamber and fire all of these calibers due to its special extractor that engages the rims of auto cartridges.

  • 9 x 17 short
  • .380 Revolver 
  • 9 x 18 Ultra 
  • 9 x 18 Makarov 
  • 9 mm Browning(long) 
  • 9 mm Glisenti 
  • 9 mm Largo 
  • 9 mm IMI 
  • 9 mm Mauser
  • 9 x 19 Parabellum 
  • 9 mm Rimmed 
  • 9 x 23 Steyr 
  • 9 mm Win Mag 
  • 9 mm Police 
  • 9 x 23 Winchester 
  • 9 mm Federal 
  • 9 x 22 R Jap 
  • .38 ACP 
  • .38 Super
  • .38 Long Colt 
  • .38 Short Colt 
  • .38 S & W 
  • .38 Special 
  • .356 TS&W 
  • .357 Magnum
  • probably anythign else with a 9mm/.380 projectile and straight wall case, if it isnt too long.