Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Levergunevan, Feb 5, 2021.
It is an I frame. Tiny little thing. Weighs 16oz and change.
Closest I can come is a 60 from 1972 and a 37 from 1982. Enjoy that sweet I-frame.
I recently picked up a pristine snubby Smith model 30-1 and shoot it often with light reloads. With just a pinch of Unique or 231, it will easily put every shot, DAO, into a 6-inch Publix paper plate at 50 feet, with almost as much recoil as a 22 mini mag!
Thumbs up to the gun and the cartridge. I just wish there were more guns available in this caliber from the major manufacturers.
Check out those corroded bullets that were in the box!
That's it below my 28-2.
I think the 32 S&W long is a decent little close range gun for carrying in the woods if you don't want to carry much weight.
But I usually carry my SP101 with downloaded .327 rounds for woods carry.
Longer brother to my INA .32!
It shoots really well, too.
It's really rare in my neck of the swamps to see an INA in that nice of condition. Mostly they get tossed in glove boxes, under the seat, in tackle boxes, etc. and end up looking they got dipped in salt water before being tossed out the window at 60. Such a shame. They're good little guns.
If the cylinder were just a little longer, I'd probably have it reamed out to .32 H&R mag, but it is an improved I frame clone, so it would severly limit bullet selection. I still love it just the same.
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