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.32 Calibre Cartridge

.32 Calibre Cartridge

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  1. .32 Smith & Wesson: One of the earliest .32 caliber cartridges, introduced by Smith & Wesson in 1878. This was a black powder cartridge used primarily in small revolvers for self-defense purposes. It featured a round-nose lead bullet and a rimmed brass case.

  2. .32 Colt: Introduced by Colt's Manufacturing Company around the same time as the .32 Smith & Wesson, this cartridge was similar in performance and intended use. It was also a black powder cartridge commonly found in small revolvers.

  3. .32 Long Colt: An evolution of the .32 Colt cartridge, introduced in 1892. It featured a longer case and a slightly more powerful load compared to its predecessor. The .32 Long Colt was primarily used in Colt's revolvers, including the Single Action Army (SAA).

  4. .32 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol): Developed by John Browning in 1899, this was one of the first semi-automatic pistol cartridges. The .32 ACP gained popularity as a self-defense and concealed carry cartridge due to its compact size and moderate power. It was used in pistols such as the FN Model 1900 and the Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless.

  5. .32 S&W Long: Introduced by Smith & Wesson in 1896, this cartridge was designed for use in small revolvers. It was longer and more powerful than the earlier .32 Smith & Wesson cartridge. The .32 S&W Long found use in target shooting, as well as for self-defense.

  6. .32 H&R Magnum: Developed by Harrington & Richardson in the 1980s, this cartridge is a lengthened and more powerful version of the .32 Smith & Wesson Long. It was designed for use in revolvers and offered increased performance compared to its predecessors.