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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-04-2011, 01:53 AM Thread Starter
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Are 32's made anymore? My grandfather has one and I like it so I was wondering if they still made them because I would be interested in buying one.

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I dont know if they make a 32 any more. You may want to look on gunbroker and see if you can find one there.
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which .32 do you mean, 32 Win or 32 Rem? they are different. nobody makes guns for either anymore but both can be found used on gunbroker and at some shops in PA. ammo for the 32 win is still made and readily available however factory ammo for the 32 rem stopped in the 70's. you can find vintage 32 rem ammo on gunbroker or you can buy new ammo from Reeds ammo that has been formed from 30 rem. just google Reeds ammo and you'll find them.

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Lets not forget the 32 auto and 32 colt either.

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Re: .32

or the 32-20 (32WCF) or the 327 federal
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well then there's the 325 WSM as well. but i think he was referring to the 32 Special or 32 Rem. but i've been wrong before.

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I reckon the whole point of my post and maybe some others was to get it clarified. You can say all discussions about the .22 caliber could mean a rim fire pistol and you would be wrong plenty of times.

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I thought he was talking about pant sizes. I didn't answer cause its been a while since I've worn 32's.

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I was refering to the .32 winchester. How much does the ammo cost, and how hard is it to find the ammo?

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hornady actually made the leverevolution in 32 special. it was around $23/box. the regular winchester 170gr corelokts go for about the same. look on gunbroker or even at some rural gunshops and you'll find it.

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