A revolver is a type of pistol that the cartridges are in a chamber in a cylinder. The cylinder revolves in the gun (hence 'revolver') bringing each successive chamber in alignment with the barrel. A revolver could have five chambers, it could have ten. The most common would be five or six.
A revolver has a rotating chamber that houses the bullets a pistol has a "clip" or "magazine"
A semi-auto pistol would be more prone to malfunction than a revolver.
the revolver allows multiple shots with reloading,that can be handy.
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Yes, pistols are handguns, and so are revolvers. Technically, "pistol" refers to a semi-automatic and revolver refers to a revolver, but people typically use pistol to refer to any handgun.
It all depends on what pistol you are talking about for example on the Revolver it is a grip panel where you hold the revolver, if you are talking about a Semi-Automatic Pistol, there are two things, the grip panel, and the ammo magizine.
if it's a revolver......32 cal revolver ammo if it's a pistol......32 cal pistol ammo
Pistols are contained in a holster.
Which make & model??