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1000 Rounds of .32 ACP Ammo by Fiocchi - 73gr FMJ

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$365.00

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Quantity - 20 boxes of 50 rounds per case

Manufacturer - Fiocchi

Bullets - 73 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)

Casings - Boxer-primed brass

Manufacturer Item # - 32AP

1000 Rounds of .32 ACP Ammo by Fiocchi - 73gr FMJ

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Q: I have a Winchester 1873 32 - would it use this ammo, or is there some .32 rifle ammo that I just can't find anywhere?

Posted On: 9/27/11 By: Richard

A: Your 1873 Winchester is most likely chambered in .32-20. This cartridge is similar in size to (but not interchangeable with) .30-30 and is definitely not the same as .32 ACP or .32 S&W Long. It is possible that your rifle has been modified since it was manufactured, and having it checked/inspected by a gunsmith prior to shooting it would be recommended.