Thanks folks! I did a lot of digging in my manuals last night and it echoed much of what was said here. The gun is a Ruger Sp101 in .327 so I am not too concerned about beating the gun up. Right now im planning on working up to hot .32 H&R (with .32H&R brass) for practice and keep .327's in the gun for defense. If I can get close to duplicating the Federal low recoil 85gr hydrashock that will be perfect.
I'll buy .32 S&W L and .327 factory as I find it and store the .327 cases until I have a stock of several hundred.
Thanks again! This is the best reloading forum online.