The bullets we ordered came in...

WB
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Monday, January 11, 2021, 19:51 (3 days ago)

I needed some bullets fast and these were inexpensive. I liked the heeled .323 bullets I previously purchased.

I purchased some to be used in .32 Long, .32 H&R, .327, and .32-20 handguns.

The longer FP is listed at 118 gr., the more squat SWC is a 100 gr. and the 98 gr. HBWC. The alloy seems on the soft side which is fine, and coated with what seems like a graphite lube material. I'm guessing there. All their bullets seem to be made in this manner. Cast and coated, I'm getting right at 0.312" diameter.


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The 118 gr. has a 0.17" meplat and the 100 gr. about 0.22". For about 7% difference in weight the lengths, from base to crimp groove, run 0.387" (0.662" OAL) and 0.300" (0.548" OAL).

They look uniform and I plan on basically running these at moderate speeds from 700 - 1200 fps or so. *The loaded rounds are .32 L and Hornady HBWC.

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Want to burn some Lg primers pushing a .32?

WB
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Monday, January 11, 2021, 21:30 (3 days ago) @ WB

conserve those precious small pistol and rifle primers? Hey the .300 GNR will do. I used to have some midrange loads with Unique shotshell powder. It might be interesting to give it another go with some of these.

While they once made Lg primer cases for the .357 they are mostly relics now. But the .356 GNR on the .41 Mag. case will use Lg primers.

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