CAN it be done? Yep. However- Houston, we have a problem.
Not everything we CALL a .32 is really .32. Matter of fact, MOST is not really .32.
The .32 rimfires used a heel seated bullet, much like a .22 LR. The .32 S&W and .32 S&W Long are inside seated bullets. Bigger case. Smaller bullet.
Besides having a new breechblock made- or at least redrilling and installing a CF firing pin, it will likely need rechambering. A lead bullet MAY obturate to handle a bit of oversize barrel- or it may not.
I know of one or two old time gunsmiths that could do it- but will take them forever. Couple of places to ask, tho- Old Town Station would be one, and Jim Supica, Director, National Firearms Museum at the NRA HQ in Fairfax VA. I know some folks that have been converting .41 Swiss RF over to CF.
Interesting idea- the .32 Long is a VERY accurate revolver cartridge.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.