Magtech, .32 Smith Wesson, LRN, 85 Grain, 50 Rounds is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Coryr from Works great in my young American H&R 32 S&WFunctions great in my 120 year old revolver!
Date published: 2017-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by Homer from Great price
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pop Goes The Weasel from Pop Pop Pop Pop Pop PopIf you want to plink and you have a modern .32 (H&R or Federal), this is a good option. It's just a little too tame and vanilla to be of use for anything else.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by kenneth from great priceGood quality with free shipping .
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Montielous from 32 S&W ...awesome roundI purchased these rounds for my personal protection late 1800's antique revolver that I use for home personal protection... A very accurate and affordable round that is much less money at your establishment than it is at my local gunshops and retail outlets...
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by A41capt from Great ammo!This ammunition was purchased for my H&R breaktop revolver and it functioned perfectly. While most of the old breaktop revolvers with a single pin on top are rated for black powder only, mine is of a newer vintage and handled these rounds without any sign she of overpressure.Your mileage may vary, and you should seek expert advice on loads for your antique revolver if you decide to shoot it with this or any other modern ammunition.
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Range 14 Joint Base from Great PRODUCT, GREAT PRICE, HARD TO FIND, STOCK UPI bought a box of this hard to find ammo. I just inherited a 100 year old S&W "Secret Service Special" 5 shot revolver. I carefully checked the revolver for ant cylinder cracks and cleaned the pistol well. These rounds are true, clean, and powerful enough to do a good job at close range self defense purposes. Everyone at the military base where I shoot came over to see my Antique pistol. As 30 people watched I shot a 5 round 3 inch group first time. Everyone thought the pistol would explode in my hand and were amazed at the accuracy and quiet ammo, Thanks SG! You always come through for me.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Breaktop Bicycle 32 from The 32 S&W Short,.. there is a reason it's still in production.These Megechs will go through a 1" pine board with no problem at 10 ft. In other words, they meet the US Army standards concerning a their being a lethal projectile.Concerning the 32 S&W Short's Versatility They will fire out of any revolver chambered in .32 S&W. old or modern, or others such as the lightweight "Charter Arms Undercoverette" snub nose revolver that's chambered for .32 H&R Magnum .. This same weapon will also fire a 32 S&W Long BTW... Just adding, this revolver it in it's self is a very versatile revolver for anyone in the market for an excellent conceal carry piece from the beginner to experience revolver shooter ..Because these rounds are both low recoil and low noise, they make an excellent training round for youngsters and those new to revolvers, before advancing them to the heavier loadings offered for those that are looking for the same punch a 38 + P puts out in a 32 .Also, for the reasons mentioned above, quicker follow up shots are more easily placed on target.. concerning the new shooter's potential to flinch from the bullet's explosion noise, and the lack of muzzle rise due to the .32 S&W Short's low / soft felt recoil. Aside from the bigger hole it makes,..that in it's self is a good reason for the frail and elderly to use the .32 S&W Short round for protection vs a 22lr that can over penetrate and are more prone to mis-fires / reliability problems than a center fire cartridge . History Note : In the old west and up to the 30's, the pistols that fired this S&W Short round were considered a "POP GUNs", but it doesn't mean it they not lethal. Quite a few folks, both bad and good, were put in the dirt by well placed shots from a POP GUN .That said these Magtech rounds all go bang for me, I've never had a mis-fire or a dud. And when SG is running an ammo sale with a free shipping code, you wont be able to beat their price on these hard to find rounds anywhere on the net.Note:If you are using an old antique to fire these Megtechs , similar Remingtons or Winchesters and getting duds. There is a strong possibility that your old antique turn of the century H&R, S&W, Iver Johnson, etc. needs a thorough take down and cleaning due to being gummed up with years of solidified oils that are restricting the hammer from dropping more freely. BTW, this can happen to any revolver that's over 20 old depending on what's been used for lubrication in the past, especially if it's ever been 3 in 1 Oil .. If you don't have the knowledge to do this on your own, remove the grips, and soak the pistol in a Qt of automobile transmission fluid overnight in an old bread pan or such.The next day remove it, cycle the weapon, shake the tranny fluid out. dip the gun in the pan, and repeat the process about 3 times.. Wipe the gun down, then clean and lube it, as you would any revolver with a "Good Quality CLP" such as Weapon Shield CLP. If you are still getting duds, chances are you have a weak hammer spring or worn or broke off firing pin that needs to be replaced.
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