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There is a certain conditioning most of us have had when it comes to .32 caliber guns. Before the arrival of the .327 Federal Magnum the caliber was anemic in autoloaders, not much better in revolvers and mostly labeled as “Use only when your primary gun is empty and there are no pointed sticks or…

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