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Old February 9, 2020, 04:30 AM   #7
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I'm gonna start doing a copy/past job for people asking questions on their .32 S&W top breaks because this question comes up at least twice a month.

From what I can figure, if your H&R has the cartridge marked on the side of the barrel, it's meant for smokeless powder. In addition to that, if it is also a 6 shot and not a 5 shot, it's meant for .32 S&W Long.

If your H&R top break can chamber .32 S&W Long, then it is meant for .32 S&W Long.

I cannot understand why H&R would make a cylinder that is capable of chambering .32 S&W Long yet intended it to be used only with .32 S&W. That's a lot of unnecessary steel and bullet jump for no reason.
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