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Hornady joins in on the 32naa mousegun bandwagon

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by R.W.Dale, Nov 30, 2012.

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  1. R.W.Dale

    R.W.Dale Member

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    http://www.hornady.com/store/32-NAA-80gr-FTX-Critical-Defense

    Interesting development. I can't help but wonder what's in the works as I cannot imagine that hornady is doing this just for one forgotten autoloader from an obscure maker.

    80g FTX bullet @1000 fps




    posted via that mobile app with the sig lines everyone complaints about
     
  2. ku4hx

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    I'd think their marketing research took a look and decided they could make a buck. Being a necked down 380 ACP case to hold a 32 caliber bullet the investment in equipment might be fairly small vs. revenues they project.
     
  3. R.W.Dale

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    I'm not sure. Isn't a 32 caliber ftx a new projectile




    posted via that mobile app with the sig lines everyone complaints about
     
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    Huh, a .32 Sig. no thanks
     
  5. Skylerbone

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    They already make a round nose and there isn't much competition save the Gold Dot.
     
  6. 316SS

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    From the website:

    "To summarize, the load delivers in excess of 1222 f.p.s. velocity to a 60 grain proprietary bullet from Hornady."

    If they were already providing the bullet, they might as well offer a loading.
     
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