50rds - 32 H&R Magnum Black Hills Cowboy 90gr. Flat Point Lead Ammo

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Black Hills Ammunition 90 Grain Lead Flat Nose Ammo Details

This is 32 H&R Magnum Black Hills Cowboy Action 90gr. Flat Point Lead Ammo. This cowboy action ammo is loaded to just the right pressure and has muzzle velocity of 750fps. This ammo comes packed 50rds. per vintage style box.

  • Manufacturer
  • Condition
    New
  • Bullet Weight
    90 Grain
  • Bullet Type
    Lead Flat Nose
  • Casing Type
    Brass
  • Quantity
    50
  • Ammo Caliber
    32 H&R Magnum
  • Manufacturer SKU
    DCB32HRN2
  • Primer Type
  • UPC Barcode
    612710115884
  • Cost Per Round
    $0.65/ppr

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    posted on by Steve O'Dell

    I enjoy shooting with the Black Hills Cowboy .32 H&R Magnum ammo. These bullets do smoke, but I take some time between shots to let the ventilation system clear the air. No one at the range has complained, and my old NEF revolver is easy to clean after using the Cowboy ammo. I will continue to use it in the future.

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    posted on by Weldon Harris

    Smoke and soot be damned; It's still some of most accurate ammo I've ever shot. If course I've only been punching paper for 60 years!

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    posted on by Weldon Harris

    Smoke and soot be damned; It's still some of most accurate ammo I've ever shot. If course I've only been punching paper for 60 years!

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    posted on by Weldon Harris

    Smoke and soot be damned; It's still some of most accurate ammo I've ever shot. If course I've only been punching paper for 60 years!

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    posted on by Mark

    As with the other review, I find this ammo very dirty and smokey. I fired 50 rounds of this ammo and my single seven was very dirty...after cleaning it and testing other 32 h&r mag from the same manufacturer (black hills) it was not nearly as dirty. Maybe cowboy loads are dirtier than defensive loads.

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    posted on by Roger

    I bought 4 boxes of the Black Hills 32 H&R mag and all I got was a lot of smokey ammo. I thought I was shooting Ultamax reloads they gave off so much foul smoke. A real problem when shooting indoors. Also, a lot of the brass cases had spots on them....like they weren't stored in a dry enough environment. They shot OK, but you just can't use crap like this unless you are on an outdoor range. My Ruger was covered in black soot, more so than I can ever remember. My reloads are much cleaner. Even after tumbling the fired cases I couldn't get them clean. At $31 a box never again

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