If you don't mind it being a revolver insted of a semi auto, you could get a Nagant Revolver. They run about $99-$125. The ammo can be a little pricy (about $20 per 50), but there are other calibers that will work in it. (.32 H&R Mag, .32 S&W, (the cases would probably be un-reloadable though because they would not fit perfectly (but the bullet does), and you would have to watch out for lead build up in the chamber). If you don't want to do that, you could always get a .32 ACP cylinder and install it (takes some work). You can also reload for the origional ammo using 32-20 brass and a set of lee dies which brings the price down (the brass does not extend to the end of the bullet though, so the chamber does not seal perfectly. It works perfectly fine though).
Last edited by texaswoodworker; 02-28-2012 at 12:25 AM.