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Old 09-12-2012, 02:12 AM   #1
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Looking at a H and r at the local pawn shop its ugly and cheep. My kind of gun. But. Is it any good. Or just anouther saturday night special. This one is chanbered in 32 long. I know. Under powered. But I allready carry A 32auto

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Old 09-12-2012, 04:36 AM   #2
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H&R was not a high dollar gun, but well made, durable. The company that made the gun you are looking at is long gone, and parts may be an issue.

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I'm old enough to remember H&R and loved them from the old catalogs (when those catalogs were new and I was a boy). Never owned one, I bought a Ruger back then.

And I think a .32 long would be wonderful because it is different, and therefore much more interesting than a common caliber. The gun you describe would tempt me!

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GET IT ! , I have a S&W k frame spanish knock off in the .32 long ''.32wcf '' Correct me if im wrong .
It is not that underpowered , it is far from the .32 auto and in my book and experiance is titty for tat with a 38spl , When I got mine it came with a few rounds of the old BP ammo , I had to scrub the furry green off them before chambering , They still had enough ass to go in and out of a car door , be aware , the rounds are quite high for it , not a plinking gun

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i went to pick it up but discover a problem with this one after a little fittling the timing is off i supect a broken spring so im going to pass on this one but i get around and hope to find anouther one the local farm store by me sells 32long and other odd ammo right off the shelf at good prices to so im good for ammo

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.32 WCF is NOT .32 S&W Long. It is another name for the .32-20. Totally different cartridge. I have a S&W in .32 Long, and it is a very accurate cartridge, mild recoil.

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I have been told they were the same , also been told that one was a rifle round with alot power and NOT to use it in the wheel gun . Mine says 32 wcf , the rounds that came with it say 32-20 and they are quite long for a pistol round

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Looking at a H and r at the local pawn shop its ugly and cheep. My kind of gun. But. Is it any good. Or just anouther saturday night special. This one is chanbered in 32 long. I know. Under powered. But I allready carry A 32auto
Who cares if it's any good. It's almost November. Get it while you still can.
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i got enouf guns for my self but i do plan on getting some hi cap glock mags befor they are outlawed again

ow the local farm store by me has 327 32 long and short and 32mag altho i did stump them on 9mm 9X23 ammo when someone sell you a gun chambered in a odd ammo size cheep theirs a reason cant get ammo

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