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Speer 32 Auto/ACP 60gr Gold Dot Ammunition 20rds - 23604

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Speer 32 Auto/ACP 60gr Gold Dot Ammunition 20rds - 23604

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SKU: 7528
UPC: 076683236043
MFR#: 23604

Speer Gold Dot .32 Auto 60gr JHP 20rds 23604

MFR# 23604
UPC: 0076683236043
Caliber: 32 Auto
Bullet Weight: 60gr
Muzzle Velocity: 960 fps
Muzzle Energy: 123 ft-lbs

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SKU: 7528
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It's great ammo but only with larger older guns.
I suspect lots of people put this ammo in a Seecamp or a Beretta Tomcat and think it is good for self defense. It is not. There just not enough barrel on either one to get enough velocity for this ammo to expand, so you are better off using 71 FMJ grain ball ammo. It is great ammo, but you need to have an OLD 1920s Walther PP, Remington 51 chambered in .32 ACP or one of the 100s of different firearms chambered in .32 ACP made from 1900 until 1935 or so. Believe it or not more different models of pistol were chambered in .32 ACP than in any other caliber. Unless you carry an antique Reifgrabber, Savage 1917 or Remington 51, this is not going to do you a whole lot of good as a defensive round. 1/2 inch of barrel length can make the difference between a bullet expanding or not expanding, and todays diminutive .32s are just too small. It is very fine ammo! It is accurate, and it expands nicely, when shot from an old Savage 1917 model pistol, or a Walther PP. Back then .32 ACP was the 9mm of the day. 25 yards may as well be on the moon, but I at least hit the paper. The hot brass bounces off the ceiling and 1 in 4 rounds winds up going down inside my shirt. These Beretta 3032s are much more fun outdoors! I just run Winchester white box in this one. If you have an old Walther PP, this Speer Gold Dot is the ticket! I don't know if I'd carry a Remington 51. The old ones are awesome, but you can get those in .380 ACP easier than in .32 ACP. They do have enough barrel to work with the 32 Gold Dot, too.
You shoot this @ 25 yards, and see how well YOU do. Hot shells eject UP, and bounce back down. FUN!
You shoot this @ 25 yards, and see how well YOU do. Hot shells eject UP, and bounce back down. FUN!
November 25, 2018

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