What gun uses 32 ammo?
32 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol, also known as the . 32 Automatic) is a centerfire pistol cartridge. It is a semi-rimmed, straight-walled cartridge developed by firearms designer John Browning, initially for use in the FN M1900 semi-automatic pistol.
Can a 38 shoot 32 bullets?
38-caliber Enfield revolver, chambered for the . 38 Smith & Wesson cartridge, will accept and fire 9-mm Luger ammunition. 32 Cartridges have been fired in . 38 revolvers by being wrapped in tape so that they completely occupy the larger chamber.
What kind of ammunition does a Colt Cobra have?
The Colt Cobra is a lightweight, aluminum-framed, double-action short-barrelled revolver, not to be confused with the Colt King Cobra. The Cobra was chambered in .38 Special, .38 Colt New Police, .32 Colt New Police, and .22 LR. It holds six shots of ammunition and was sold by Colt from 1950 until 1981.
What kind of ammo does a 32 Colt use?
The 32 COLT is an outside lubed bullet…Called ‘Heel Base” …similar to a 22 RimFire. The 32 S&W is an “Inside” lubed bullet. Like all conventional modern rifle and pistol ammo. So let’s see if we can find reloading components… A Google Search led me to Gunbroker.com and a fellow that goes by the name “Tenmile”
Which is better A.32 or.32 caliber pistol?
This old Ruby .32 caliber pistol is well-worn but reliable. The .32 Colt is a smaller diameter than the .32 Smith and Wesson Long. Ammunition is long out of print and expensive. Be careful if you purchase a nice old Colt in this caliber, because ammunition is not available, save on the collector market.
Can a 32 Colt be shot in the 92 chamber?
The 32 ACP die lightly crimped the brass to the bullet. But the cartridge would not feed in my Marlin 92 chamber. So on the lathe I fabricated a die to size down the loaded round by .002″. Then they fit and fed perfectly into my rifle