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  1. #11
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    Was it Psalms23dad that was running a 6-shot J .32 awhile back?

    Never thought I'd write this, but for close work, or head shots at reasonable ranges, I see nothing wrong with six stout .32 loads.

    Think of it as a long range Seecamp that you can shoot from inside a pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Was it Psalms23dad that was running a 6-shot J .32 awhile back?

    Never thought I'd write this, but for close work, or head shots at reasonable ranges, I see nothing wrong with six stout .32 loads.

    Think of it as a long range Seecamp that you can shoot from inside a pocket.
    Id opt for a modern revolver chambered in 327 Mag. It allows you to shoot 32 H&R Mag, 32 Long, and 32 S&W. 327 and 32 H&R Magnums are no slouches.


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    You will see alot of Youtube Operators trying to cling to Cooper's coattails by bemoaning anything less than a 9mm. They don't know what they don't know. For the application at hand as I see it...which is elevator distance combat, a 32 can do well. It is only a bit smaller than a full .355 (9mm, 38 special, 380, etc.). Again...not optimal, but definitely workable.
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    YES, to all of that.

    The only thing I would add is that I use laser boot grips on my back-up Model 37.

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    Another sleeper in this category is the S&W 33 in 38 S&W. I was gifted one and gave it a makeover. The 125gr Buffalo Bore at 1000 FPS brings it into the modern era.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    Another sleeper in this category is the S&W 33 in 38 S&W. I was gifted one and gave it a makeover. The 125gr Buffalo Bore at 1000 FPS brings it into the modern era.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    Another sleeper in this category is the S&W 33 in 38 S&W. I was gifted one and gave it a makeover. The 125gr Buffalo Bore at 1000 FPS brings it into the modern era.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    I’d opt for a modern revolver chambered in 327 Mag. It allows you to shoot 32 H&R Mag, 32 Long, and 32 S&W. 327 and 32 H&R Magnums are no slouches.


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    The S&W 432. Made briefly in the early 2000's. I know where there's one for sale right now if you're interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post




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    That one deserves to be published twice. Some subtle stuff going on there--the grips, the Airweight cylinder latch, the beautifully reshaped trigger, the finish, the balanced hammer bob. Very nice indeed. And I bet the action is outstanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Zen View Post
    ..... Yes, this was espoused back in the day; after all, your snubbie only holds five rounds, so why carry six? The "genius" idea was the space from leaving out that extra round gave you more room to grip the strip. Yes, this was a thing. Saw it in many gun publications by the hands of more than one author.......
    I remember reading that several times.
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