A straightforward .32 Auto load that offers a simple lead round nosed projectile in 71 grains. Most users of the humble .32 Auto are pretty straightforward and humble shooters anyways. The caliber has always been a sort of “classy” round that was not particularly aggressive or overwrought. This ammunition is a great fit for the guns it is chambered for. The main storyline here is that it is tame enough for flawless functionality through legacy firearms that may be nearly 100 years old. The round, while it has plenty of modern firearms chambered in it, has a big pool of classic firearms available that were manufactured at the turn of the century (1900).
The lead projectile is still potent for the round and offers an easy feeding process for the ammunition. The brass case and Boxer primer are added features that just make good sense. The compatibility of this round with so many firearms both from the turn of the century and from contemporary producers of them, makes this an obvious go-to round for range and target practice. It offers 900 feet per second velocity and 128 ft. lbs. of energy out of the muzzle.
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