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Old May 25, 2012, 12:43 PM   #2
McShooty
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Loading the .44 Special to light .44 magnum levels, for instance, has been done for umpty years, so you can do this sort of thing and you would certainly be able to use .32 H&R brass for loads in the lighter .327 category. It is all relative. I think it makes less sense to try to load .32 Long brass to .32 H&R levels simply because .32 H&R brass has been readily available. IMO, the .32 Long, while you can load it a bit stiffer than factory ammo, should be left to be what it is, an accurate, low to medium power small bore cartridge.
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