Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by TTv2, Aug 23, 2022.
Pretty much open to anything .32 that's not a 1903 Pocket or a .32-20
I don't buy guns the same caliber as my age. I'm in DD territory, have been the last 7 years.
Lol. Dont feel bad, nobody can stop time.
And I already got that Sp101 in .327
I actually really like mine.
That's been on my list for a while, now it's hard to find one new under 300
The Kel Tec P32 is an excellent mouse gun, light, small, and reliable.
But for pure fun factor I am loving this Beretta Tomcat I recently purchased!
One of the European 32L wadcutter pistols? Lots of fun and very accurate.
Looks like you "need" a single action also. Single Seven in .327 is nice, I would get the 7.5in barrel if doing it again to get more out of the mag round.
-.32 S&W short 5 shot top break by H&R
-5 or 6 inch long barrel .32 S&W Long topbreak (also H&R)
-Ruger Single Seven
-Taurus .327 snub
-Cobra .32 Mag derringer
-Skorpion vz 61
I would love an LCP in .32
I would like one of those target .32 wadcutters, but it's way more than what I need for accuracy for plinking. Also pricey.
Single Seven has been floating around in my braincase for a while, but I can imagine they're $800 now like near every Ruger revolver is now.
I think the Taurus would be #2 in your situation unless you want to spend the $$ to get the Single Seven.
Pretty much anything that is a name brand revolver that's steel frame is going for double the normal price.
While I'd like to celebrate myself, I can't justify paying double.
Of the Berettas I enjoy the 7.65 single actions, either my 1935 or my New Puma more than the newer Cheetah series..
But some others that rise way above the norm are the JP Sauer 38h and the Bernardelli model 60 or the striker fired 7.65.
Don't forget the Walther PP series either but I actually like my Walther Model 4 far more than my PP or PPK/s. The model 4 might be an odd duck at first sight but it just plain works, is accurate, fun to shoot, light and small enough to even pocket carry.
Finally, if you can find an Ortgies grab it.
The exceedingly uncommon S&W 632.
additional b.a. barrels (or grips) make nice christmas/birthday selfie gifts, no ffl needed. single action only, two-shot shooters means you savor, won’t quickly burn through, expensive 32 ammo.
If Rugers continue to cost what they do and Taurus continue to be out of stock, I may very well end up buying more used Smith's given they haven't doubled in price the past few years.
Im a huge LCR fan
When I carried at work where printing was not an option I pocket carried my Keltec P32 every day. I worked behind two locked security doors so I was never very nervous about problems at work mostly just something for the parking lot if I was working late.
My P32 has been completely reliable from day 1. I have never found it a handful to shoot. My little DB9 small light weight 9mm is MUCH more of a handful recoil wise.
The NAA Guardian is a nice pistol, built like a tank. I carried it when it first came out but prefer light weight plastic now.
How bout a Seecamp in .32acp???
Had the Seacamp for a while but it was just no fun to shoot. Traded it in on the Tomcat.
Since you have the SP101
Get a Henry in .327FM. No telling when/if Marlin will get around to the caliber and Henry could discontinue them. Think about it… the .327 FM in a LEVER. The gun just oozes cool. Well… At least mine does.
I had a CZ 70 for a while. Unless you're like Popeye after eating his spinach, you won't like the double-action trigger pull. I swear, sometimes I felt like using both hands to pull the trigger.
There's a Bond Arms Cowboy Defender derringer in .32 HRM on GB right now at a tick under $500. I didn't know they were made in that caliber.
S&W 32 Terrier.
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