32 AUTO

32 ACP ammo or 32 Automatic Colt Pistol ammunition was at one point one of the most popular cartridges in the world. .32 ammo was most widely spread throughout Europe, but also found its way to South America and the United States. Designed to be used in small, compact blowback operated weapons you’ll find a lot of concealed carry pistol owners rely upon the cartridge today.

32 ammo was both police and military use, and was used extensively by police forces around Europe. 32 auto cartridge was even used by James Bond for a short period of time after Ian Fleming received a letter from a gun knowing fan. The round and weapons chambered in it’s cartridge where known for being extremely light in the days before polymer frames.

The caliber has made somewhat of a comeback in recent years with the rise in concealed carry and the demand for small, concealable pocket pistols. Weapons like the P-32 by Kel-Tec has taken the round and made it into a modern option for concealed carry. The 32 automatic cartridge is now being made in a variety of modern defensive loads that you can find in-stock today. Look for both practice and self-defense 32 auto ammo for sale below:

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  1. 20rds – 32 Auto Speer Gold Dot 60gr. JHP Ammo 20rds – 32 Auto Speer Gold Dot 60gr. JHP Ammo
    $25.95
    $1.30/ppr

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Recent 32 AUTO Reviews

  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    Greatly reduced feed problems in my CZ70. Will definitely be ordering more from this site.
    David on 50rds - 32 Auto Fiocchi 73gr. FMJ Ammo
  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    just got my first aquila 32 works great service is very good from ammo to go
    lloyd on 50rds - 32 Auto Aguila 71gr. FMJ Ammo
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    My old ( 1921 ) Colt .32 ACP runs this ammo. like a highly tuned race car engine. No FTF or FTE and pretty accurate
    Adam Bailee on 50rds - 32 Auto Fiocchi 73gr. FMJ Ammo
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    When I go to the indoor range I use this ammo exclusively in my Beretta Tomcats. (I use hollow point when I'm in concealed carry mode, which ends up costing 2-3 times the Federal FMJ round). Beretta specifically says do not use anything with a muzzle velocity of over 130 fp. Using higher power rounds has evidently led to some frame cracking issues on Tomcats, which I like very much, due to 1) no unpleasant recoil 2) tip-up barrel 3) blowback design 4) manual safety 5) accuracy for a mouse gun. That manufacturer's warning would exclude Fiocchi and several other target grade brands of ammo. .32 ACP is not that easy a round to find anywhere, and at Ammunition to Go's sale price, I had to buy a case of 1000. Be careful not to order .32 NAA, because that will not work in .32 ACP pistols.
    Gunther G on 1000rds - 32 Auto Federal American Eagle 71gr. FMJ Ammo