Whats the best round for my P32


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chromedome82
August 27, 2009, 11:15 PM
Hello, this is my first post on here and after reading alot of the informative chat available I'm proud to say I'm a member. Ok with that aside, I have recently traded for a Kel Tec P32 . My primary reasoning for this was to obtain a pistol that I could just throw in my shorts pocket and go. Now I am faced with the dilema that if I were to have to use this truthfully stated "mouse gun" what would be my most affective round or combination of rounds. I've heard many arguements when it came to this anemic caliber about penetration over expansion which does make plenty of sense but I would love to hear the opinions of some more of the seasoned or not so season vets from THR. Any info I can gather is knowledge I would love to have, so let me know what you think. Also in this madness if you have some of this ammo your willing to part with feel free to pm me. As always thanks for looking and have a great day. :D:D

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kdstrick
August 27, 2009, 11:32 PM
I carry winchester Silvertip hollow points. They may not be the best, but their track record is very good through the venerable Seecamp.

Take a look at this page. The Corbon 60 grain appears to be a good choice as well, since the bullet gets very good expansion.

http://www.brassfetcher.com/Various%20.32ACP%20%28Kel-Tec%20P32%29.html

Quiet
August 28, 2009, 07:51 PM
I carry Winchester Silvertip 60gr HPs and Seller & Bellot 73gr FMJs in mine.

Silvertip in the tube and the FMJs in the magazine.

Due, the the shorter OAL of .32ACP JHPs, it may cause rimlock. The 71-73gr FMJs don't have the rimlock problem.

JohnBT
August 28, 2009, 08:20 PM
What he said, for many years. S&B or Fiocchi fmj.

Then I bought a Rohrbaugh.

John

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