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Posted: 8/13/2023 7:36:55 AM EST
I picked up a good shape but clearly carried s&w 332 Ti. 6 shot .32 h&r magnum. I’ll be packing this thing a lot.







Next to my 442. Same size but lighter and 20% more capacity.
VP
Link Posted: 8/13/2023 7:43:29 AM EST
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I've been carrying my 351 C more than anything else as of late.  Holds 7 rounds of 22 mag.
Link Posted: 8/13/2023 8:10:22 AM EST
[#2]
Want one in .30 SC.
Link Posted: 8/13/2023 8:15:18 AM EST
[#3]
Nice and great round for a snubby.
Link Posted: 8/13/2023 8:34:29 AM EST
[#4]
How does it compare to the .327?
Link Posted: 8/13/2023 8:49:12 AM EST
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How does it compare to the .327?
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I have a ruger lcr in .327. The .327 is a good bit more powerful. And kicks. The h&r is soft shooting. But you still can get 1000fps+ even out of a snub.

I wish this were .327 because then I could also shoot h&r in it if I want.
Link Posted: 8/13/2023 2:48:35 PM EST
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I have pretty much sworn off adding calibers to my inventory, but if I ever came across a snub like that would relent. Nice and not at all common
Link Posted: 8/15/2023 6:33:08 PM EST
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Sweet. I have one of the less than 1500 Model 632 Airweights made. It's a nice little gun and more pleasant to shoot than a .38 Airweight.

With it's ancestor, my No.1-1/2 Single Action in .32 S&W, from 1878:

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Link Posted: 8/15/2023 6:33:08 PM EST
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Double tap.
Link Posted: 8/15/2023 6:52:47 PM EST
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Sweet. I have one of the less than 1500 Model 632 Airweights made. It's a nice little gun and more pleasant to shoot than a .38 Airweight.

With it's ancestor, my No.1-1/2 Single Action in .32 S&W, from 1878:

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Nice! I have the double action only version on the same .32 s&w short
Link Posted: 8/17/2023 6:23:28 AM EST
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Nice grab on the 332!  I'd love to grab a 331 or 332 to go along with my 432PD, but the prices have skyrocketed in the last couple years.  I did grab a couple 32 Long I-Frames this summer to use at the range more often than the almost irreplaceable 432PD.  It rides in my front pocket very very nicely and is next to impossible to leave at home when I go out.
Link Posted: 8/17/2023 4:14:44 PM EST
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100 grain at 1060fps out of the snub. This will be carry ammo.
Link Posted: 8/18/2023 4:34:13 AM EST
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100 grain at 1060fps out of the snub. This will be carry ammo.
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If you want some more, let me know.  I have a partial box that I'll never shoot.  That ammo is just absolutely punishing for me out of such a light gun.
Link Posted: 8/18/2023 7:50:36 PM EST
[#13]
I had one in a coat pocket.  Forgot it was there and went through washing machine

Those were crazy light weight
Link Posted: 8/19/2023 10:47:29 PM EST
[#14]
That’s a very cool little revolver. How’s the recoil on them?
Link Posted: 8/20/2023 7:53:12 AM EST
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That’s a very cool little revolver. How’s the recoil on them?
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I just shot it. .32 long is fun. Federal 85 grain magnum is fine. Stings a little. The Buffalo bore is thors hammer in your hand…..
Link Posted: 8/20/2023 7:55:15 PM EST
[#16]
Titanium cylinder


My scandium frame/titanium cylinder 357 (340PD) is down right stupid in 357 magnum
Link Posted: 9/3/2023 6:36:38 PM EST
[#17]
That's a nice carry revolver!
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 4:44:02 AM EST
[#18]
Nice Smith OP, I normally carry a 442 Pro when home.  Just picked up a .32 H&R six shooter also but its a Ruger Single Six.  Mine is for woodsroaming.
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 8:51:26 AM EST
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Very nice, I'm on a 32 kick now, just ordered a Taurus 327, yes, I know, Taurus but there's not a lot of options for 327mag that's not crazy priced.
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 2:25:01 PM EST
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I had one of those.  Carried it in my coat pocket.  It was so light I forgot it was there and it ended up going through the washing machine.  Great guns in a perfect caliber.
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 2:28:35 PM EST
[#21]
I just bought an "I" frame S&W, 32 S&W Long for my mother.  Holy shit 32 ammo is expensive.
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 2:34:53 PM EST
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I just bought an "I" frame S&W, 32 S&W Long for my mother.  Holy shit 32 ammo is expensive.
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Yeah, low demand.

OTH, it's dirt cheap and very easy to reload for, so if you want to load up some practice ammo for her it won't cost much. Very stingy on powder and bullets aren't expensive.
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 2:42:32 PM EST
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Yeah, low demand.

OTH, it's dirt cheap and very easy to reload for, so if you want to load up some practice ammo for her it won't cost much. Very stingy on powder and bullets aren't expensive.
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What do you mean by "stingy" on powder? I have a 327mag coming and am thinking about picking up a press to reload for it along with 38spl. I used to reload a ton but sold off my stuff many years ago.
Link Posted: 9/4/2023 5:02:36 PM EST
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Yeah, low demand.

OTH, it's dirt cheap and very easy to reload for, so if you want to load up some practice ammo for her it won't cost much. Very stingy on powder and bullets aren't expensive.
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Yeah, I already reload a  bunch of calibers, just not this one.  Mom is 80.  She can't handle the .38 special anymore. I doubt she'll go through the two boxes I got for her.
Link Posted: 9/5/2023 1:43:56 AM EST
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Yeah, low demand.

OTH, it's dirt cheap and very easy to reload for, so if you want to load up some practice ammo for her it won't cost much. Very stingy on powder and bullets aren't expensive.
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Going to be very cheap for me to reload.  Have both Long and Mag cases, Lee 2 cav 90 gr SWC mold, .32 ACP dies, .223 shell holder and primers/powder.

Cases cost me nothing, my lead was scrounged, dies I bought decades ago.  Did buy the .314 mold new ($20ish) for galley loads for my .303 MLE bringback.
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