32 H&R MAG

32 H&R magnum ammo is a relatively new round developed in the 1980s on a joint development deal from Harrington and Richardson and Federal cartridge company. The 32 H&R magnum was designed to offer a small concealable revolver with more punch than your standard small bore revolvers. The design was advanced enough to offer 38 Special energy levels with ability to squeeze 6 rounds whereas a similar sized 38 special could only hold 5 rounds.

The 32 H&R mag is a lightweight round that can that offers low recoil with high enough performance to be a capable self-defense cartridge. The round is known to be a solid penetrator, and can reach velocities of up to 1200 feet per second from short barreled concealed carry weapons. While the ammunition was designed as a small, controllable, and concealable weapon the round has been proven to be a decent hunting round.

Marlin produced a lever action 1894CB rifle that was lightweight and capable of holding ten rounds of ammunition. This cartridge in a rifle became known as a reliable small game cartridge for rabbits, coyotes and etc. The 32 H&R offers an advantage over the 22 magnum by being a more reliable centerfire cartridge that can be reloaded.

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  1. 20rds - 32 H&R +P Heavy Buffalo Bore 130gr. Hardcast Keith Ammo 20rds - 32 H&R +P Heavy Buffalo Bore 130gr. Hardcast Keith Ammo
    $35.00
    $1.75/ppr

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    Bullet type
    Hard Cast
    Muzzle Energy
    365
    Casing Type
    Brass
    Muzzle Velocity
    1125
    Primer Type
    Boxer
    Bullet Weight
    130 Grain
  2. 20rds - 32 H&R Magnum Federal Champion 95gr. Lead Semi-Wadcutter Ammo 20rds - 32 H&R Magnum Federal Champion 95gr. Lead Semi-Wadcutter Ammo
    $29.95
    $1.5/ppr

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    Bullet type
    Lead Semi-Wadcutter (LSWC)
    Muzzle Energy
    219
    Casing Type
    Brass
    Muzzle Velocity
    1020
    Primer Type
    Boxer
    Bullet Weight
    95 Grain

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