.32 H&R Magnum

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gunzo

Buckeye
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Gun Broker. I haven't bought pistol brass in several years, but when I saw it I didn't think 27 a hundred was a terrible price considering the times.
 

JCK

Bearcat
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Buy the Starline brass direct when it’s in stock. Last I bought was $27.00/100. Actually got 103.

.327FedMag was same price.

The 741 Taurus is exactly a J-Frame clone. Uses HKS Mod 31 Speed loaders. Got out bid on last two that R-Guns had. I stopped at $475.00...
At least someone here got them!
 
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Yep, on same wave length.... I got into the .32 for that same reason.... I call the .32 H&R Magnum cartridge my 'reloadable' .22 cartridge. Zipping out a 78gr RN at 1100fps gets me there, and still feels like the .22 too. Also like 100gr and 115gr bullets, but the little 78g RN fills the bill for what I use the tiny .32 for.
A friend wanted to teach the grandkids to shoot and 22 LR was unobtainium. He went to 22 Hornet and Bullseye. The least he could drop with his RCBS Uniflow was 1.7 grains. 1.7 grains with a 40 grain cast bullet was like shooting standard velocity 22 LR. 3.5 grains was more like 22 Mag. So about 4,000 per pound or 2,000 per pound. Not bad!
 
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