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Sunday, January 5, 2014

AAR Report- The .32 S&W M&P

The .32 Smith and Wesson Long Military & Police is a double action revolver on the square butt K frame with five screws. This one is one of 4,813 manufactured c. 1948-1950.

I took it to the range today after a light cleaning. Both double action and single action shots at 7 & 10 yards.


 
A great revolver even if it does rotate the wrong way =) .

I wish it could talk!

 
 

7 comments:

  1. Cool beans. If you want to try and get it zeroed, try the Evans Wonder-Sight, an adjustable rear sight that uses FACTORY holes (no drill and tap!). I love it on my 1917 S&W .45acp - no more Kentucky windage for me!

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  2. That's some nice shooting! And good old guns continuing to be used is heartwarming!

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    1. Thanks NFO! I shoulda brought this thing to Iowa =)

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  3. K,
    I've looked at the holes in that target 3 or 4 times now and still all that comes to mind is, "Daaaaaang!", and with a wheelie gun too!
    +1 on Old NFO's comment.

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    1. kx, Thanks! I would rather be lucky than good, but if you get both on one day, well.....

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  4. I understand that Buffalo Bore makes defensive ammo for .32 S&W Long (100 grain hard-cast wadcutter and a 115 grain flat point) that give better performance while staying in SAAMI specs. I'm planning on getting some for my Model 30.

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