Q: Find what are the possible dimensions of a box volume 357?

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We're talking about 3-digit numbers that you can make out of 3, 5, 7, and 9.-- The biggest one possible is 975.-- The smallest one possible is 357.-- Their difference is 618 .

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It is: 357 = CCCLVII

0.5 x 357 = 178.5

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They are different cartridges based on dimensions; however, the 38 and 357 can be used interchangeably in a 357 revolver. This is good because of the 38's lesser kick and greater affordability for practice. IMPORTANT: You can use a 38 round in a 357 revolver because the frame's built to handle the 357's greater strength. Do NOT fire the stronger 357 round from a revolver built for the lesser 38.

.357 is the measurement of the bore of a gun. .357 Magnum is the name for a particular rimmed cartridge that uses .357 bullets. There are other cartridges using the same size bullet, but they are named differently because they are not interchangeable with .357 Magnum due to different case dimensions. People often call .357 Magnum just ".357" for short because it is the most common cartridge with this number in the name. It's the same as 9mm Luger being shortened to just "9mm" because it's the most common of the nines.

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In short, no. The pressure rating of the barrel of a .38 gun will not handle .357 pressures reliably. Even if you could somehow find a cylinder that would fit, it would eventually blow up in your face.

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You have to multiply the two dimensions to get the area. In this case the answer will be 357 square feet. Divide by 9 and you get 39.67 square yards.

You will have to call Colt with the sn to find out.

The GCF is 21.

Yes, there have been a couple. At least one company (Coonan) has built a semi auto pistol that fires the .357 Magnum cartridge. A much more common find would be handguns built in the .357 Sig caliber. This is a bottlenecked .357 cartridge intended to duplicate the performance of the .357 magnum, but in an auto pistol cartridge.

32% of 357= 32% * 357= 0.32 * 357= 114.24