All of the examples of .32 S&W and Colt ammo I have in my collection are market pretty specifically -- .32 S&W, .32 Colt, .32 Long Colt (or L.C.), .32 New Police (analog for the .32 S&W Long), .32 S&W Long, .32 Short Colt (or .32 S.C.) and the like.
The .32 Long Colt and .32 S&W Long are not interchangeable, and the .32 Long Colt has been largely obsolete for decades in the United States.
According to Wikipedia there is a Chilean-made revolver currently made in .32 Long Colt, so I would suspect that at least one company in Chile is manufacturing ammunition.
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