What gun can kill a tiger?

Table of contents:

  1. What gun can kill a tiger?
  2. Will a pistol kill a lion?
  3. Can a 380 kill a deer?
  4. Can you shoot .380 in a Makarov?
  5. Are Hi Point 380 any good?
  6. Is there a difference between .380 and .380 ACP?
  7. Can a 380 ACP kill you?
  8. Why is 380 ammo so expensive?
  9. Is .380 bigger than 9mm?

What gun can kill a tiger?

You can kill a tiger with a sharp stick, with proper placement and penetration. I'm sure a 44 mag will do the trick.

Will a pistol kill a lion?

It would be very foolish to try to hunt lions with a 9mm Luger rifle or pistol, or carry one to defend yourself in lion country. Long answer: ... 35 Whelen or 9mm Mauser (also a 9mm size bullets, but much heavier and with much more power behind them) would kill a lion with most shots to the vital area or head.

Can a 380 kill a deer?

380 you can shoot a deer of equal size.

Can you shoot .380 in a Makarov?

The 9x18 Makarov chambered guns will shoot 380acp without any problem. On some, you may get keyholing, but in very long distances.

Are Hi Point 380 any good?

Conclusion. At the end of the day, I was surprised by how well Hi-Points perform. For such an affordable firearm, the CF-380 functions just as well as guns twice their price. Although I'd still recommend going for a more established brand, this Hi-Point is a great starter gun or backup gun to keep in the car.

Is there a difference between .380 and .380 ACP?

ACP is an acronym for Automatic Colt Pistol. . 380 is just a shorten name for . 380 ACP, which is also know as 9mm short, 9mm Kurtz, 9mm Browning and 9x17. They all are the same.

Can a 380 ACP kill you?

The . 380 ACP (the round fired by the S&W Bodyguard) is definitely capable of killing someone. ... It is underpowered as a defensive round.

Why is 380 ammo so expensive?

The plentiful ammo fuels the sale of the guns and the popularity of the guns fuels the sale of the ammo. Manufacturers can mass produce large volumes of 9mm ammo. The raw material of the . 380 ACP ammo is cheaper, however it costs more than 9mm ammo because is not nearly in as much demand as 9mm is.

Is .380 bigger than 9mm?

380 Auto features the same diameter bullet as the 9mm and the same diameter case, yet it is shorter at 17mm in case length. ... So, when compared to the 9mm Luger, the . 380 is smaller, lighter in recoil but not as powerful when it strikes a target.