32 Long Ammo

The .32 S&W Long (also known as the .32 Colt New Police) has been around since 1896, when it was introduced by Smith & Wesson. It spent a few years as a black powder cartridge, but has been smokeless for over a century. .32 S&W Long ammo descended from the .32 S&W, which is shorter and less powerful.

While a relatively low-powered cartridge by modern standards, .32 S&W Long ammunition is still appreciated by target shooters for its excellent accuracy and low recoil. Ammo for this caliber typically fires a light bullet just shy of 100 grains at a muzzle velocity of around 750 feet per second. Many loads are available in .32 Long fire flat-nosed wadcutter bullets designed to produce clean, visible holes in paper targets.

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