50 Rounds of .32S&W Ammo by Magtech - 85gr LRN

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Magtech
Bullets - 85 grain Lead Round Nose (LRN)
Ammo Casings - Boxer primed brass

Details

The 32 S&W was introduced in 1878 as a light self-defense cartridge for “card table” distances. We advise that you keep card tables a separate concept from this cartridge -- casinos universally frown on the use of firearms on their premises, and if you catch your friend cheating at hold ‘em, it’s a lot easier to just make a new friend.

This 32 S&W cartridge by Magtech features an 86 grain lead round nose bullet. It’s ideal for casual target shooting, as its shape will cause it to cut through the air rather well and its shape provides for better penetration than a flat nose would allow. Because it is made of lead, the bullet will deform some upon impact -- not as much as the hollow point which is intended for self-defense, but certainly more than a jacketed bullet. Of course, some ranges don’t permit the use of lead projectiles due to their toxicity, so check the rules before you go fire this round.

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Posted On: 4/16/2021 By: Cyndi

A: Yes ma'am! 32 S&W is generally accepted as synonymous with 32 S&W Short. The alternative 32 S&W Long is always labeled as such.

Posted On: 4/16/2021 By: Firemike

A: No sir, I'm afraid not. A firearm chambered for 32 ACP cannot fire 32 S&W

Posted On: 4/15/2021 By: Michael Schulze

A: Thanks for reaching out Michael! It sounds like you have a Smith & Wesson revolver chambered for 32 S&W Short. If that's the case, then this is the right ammo for it. No need to worry about centerfire vs. rimfire – your revolver will never take rimfire ammo, which as a rule must be small and relatively weak such as 22 LR or 22 WMR.

Posted On: 4/15/2021 By: Leslie Campbell

A: Yes sir, you can. A .327 Federal Magnum revolver can fire .32 ACP, .32 S&W Long, .32 S&W Short and .32 H&R Magnum.

Posted On: 3/10/2021 By: Lynn M Myrick

A: Hello Lynn! I regret that we haven't got any 22 LR shotshells in stock at the moment. We do update our inventory frequently, though, so I hope you'll check back in again soon!

Posted On: 2/16/2021 By: Nic

A: Yes sir, "32 S&W Short" and "32 S&W" are one and the same! People often add "Short" to distinguish it from "32 S&W Long." (Ammo naming conventions could be a little less complicated, in my humble opinion.)

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