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Old 05-14-2013, 03:58 AM   #21
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Small gun, narrow gun, light gun, slim gun......
All better than "that gun is cute."
Babies are cute. Puppies are cute. Calves are delicious. But my guns are not cute.
A couple of mine are cute.

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Old 05-14-2013, 09:15 AM   #22
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Geez that Keltec is cute. 6+1 Mag? How reliable do you find it? What's it weigh!?
very relibial havent had a missfire or failer since first 50 brake in 7+1 capacity 10oz loaded also has a last round hold open
p.s its not cute its tight
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If I were to buy a .32 caliber handgun, I'd consider a mid-sized single action in .32-20, 7 1/2" barrel, adjustable sights.

A good example would be a Ruger Flat Top or similar revolver.

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Walter Ppk ........... ......,,,??;$,$3!:!:&,&:!3..zx
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:59 PM   #25
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My favorite .32s are the Colt 1903, NAA Guardian, Beretta tomcat and the kel tec p32. Yes they are under powered by todays standards but they serve me as back ups and last resort weapons. Except the 1903, that's just my fun gun!
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very relibial havent had a missfire or failer since first 50 brake in 7+1 capacity 10oz loaded also has a last round hold open
p.s its not cute its tight
Robert and I shared a coupla PM's. I like that little Keltec -- seems to me you'd have to look at it if you are considering a .32 auto.

Guess the once benchmark Seecamp and its .32 Win Silvertips (that Win. toyed with) are sitting on the bench these days...
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My wife recently got a .32 ACP derringer(bond Arms) so I had to get a .32 ACP back into to collection. Nailed a Walther PP Stainless with 4 Mags for $420...kinda painful to pay as much for 71 Gr. 32ACP hollow points($32.00) as I'm paying for .9mm Ball...but it does make a good "back up" caliber round at short range(21 Ft. and in....)
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Nice acquisition!
We require pics here Doc. or it didn't happen and you will be labelled as a fibber.
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Nice acquisition!
We require pics here Doc. or it didn't happen and you will be labelled as a fibber.
next time i take some TOY pics......
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I collect 'art deco' era .32 ACP pistols. I have about 10 so far. I do NOT know much about 'modern' .32 ACP pistols.

I've written most of them up in report/essay form on my blog, listed in my signature. If that helps, great and feel free to ask specific questions if I can help. If that's not what interests you, good luck in any event.
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