One of the nicest shooting experiences you'll have is shooting one of these. If you haven't shot .32 Mag before, unique experience in SA world. Very decent pop let's you know it's no .22-anything, but even a lot of shooting doesn't beat you up. Although logically/empirically it's about what you'd expect a 'tweener round should be, still a pleasant surprise when you light one (then two, three, etc) off. Great fun round, whether loaded mild or wild. One of nicest off the shelf rounds for the SS is Georgia Arms' 100 grain jhps, which approaches "warm .38" or even some .38+P, as many have described the .32's theoretical role/effectivness. Their cast FNs are nice too. The Federals--basically the "design round"--are sniffed down on a lot especially by reloaders (or detractors of the .32 altogether) as not unleashing .32's potential (presumably made mild enough so as to not blow up the weak H&R revolvers still out there), but even those have decent pop for an afternoon of shooting pleasure (cost aside).
When I used to shoot .44-40 more, some detractor-friends used to kid me about the "bang, one thousand one, one thousand thwap" ballistics, 'til I rapid plugged 10 rounds in a bucket of sand at 100 yds out of a 92 POA with irons. I won't say it wouldn't have dropped like a rock much past that. But after poking at the "outmoded cowboy round" like "you might as well throw rocks at it!"-- it got their respect and no one volunteered any more to go out there and stand and taunt at that 100 yd marker! Thus it is with the .32, the Rodney Dangerfield of the centerfire pistol world. Truly the Little Round that Could. Enjoy!