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|03-23-2020 08:21 AM|
I own 5 revolvers in 32 H & R and have never considered converting any of them to .327. If you reload and your revolver is a good strong piece, like yours or mine, you can safely reload them very close to .327 levels just the way they are. Just my 2 cents worth.
|03-22-2020 02:29 AM|
In mid 1990s, a friend stopped by the house one night with 2 new 32 H&R S&Ws
Said he just bought them both from a dealer going out of business and he could not take both home. One was a j frame and the other was a 16-4. New in box, 6in, 3Ts, combat grips. Said I had to buy one of them. Price was $150 dollars. I took the 16-4. Fast forward 20 years. I took new wife to the gun range. She could not miss the bullseye with it and quickly claimed it as her own. I still sneak it out sometimes... The best handgun I own!
|03-11-2020 09:14 AM|
|Shootall3||The pictured gun is beautiful lucky find. I traded off an I frame 32 years ago . The 327 is ok I have the SP101 and it was nice when 22s dried up.i could order boxes of 500 bullets even then and load 32 spl for fun shooting.|
|02-27-2020 10:32 AM|
|charles p||How is your hearing now after all that shooting with our 357.|
|02-27-2020 07:40 AM|
|lloyd smale||I passed on a j frame in 32 special once for 400 bucks (about 15 years ago) One of my stupidest gun decisions. That's a cool gun there. Personaly id leave it alone. If you want a 327 buy a cheap ruger and keep that one as is. 20 years from now you will kick yourself in but for modifying it.|
|02-19-2020 07:23 AM|
On a lot of forums guys are either Ruger fans or Smith & Wesson fans. Some act like it is sacrilegious to own one if you own the the other. My loyalties have never run that deep. I like them both. You too, apparently. I will take a Ruger or a Smith over a Colt Python any day. Back in the day the gang that hung out at Roses Gun Shop shot lots of ammo through our 357s. The Smiths had to have the screws staked or at least some thread locker applied but the 3 Pythons in the group all had issue as the round count got up around 20,000. Timing/cylinder lock up etc.. I just never could look at them the same after that experience.
My 686 no dash got sent back to S&W after I shot out the forcing cone and first 3/4 inches of rifling. I don't know the exact load count but Butch and I each molded, lube sized/w gas checks a 5 gallon bucket of bullets each during the winter months and then shot them all up over the course of the summer. We did that for at least 5 years straight and then it tapered off after I bought a house and started having kids. I plan to shoot a lot more after my fast approaching retirement. I wonder if my right hand can stand up to the kind of shooting that I used to do. I am not the man I once was and I don't think that reverses itself. That 32HR/327 thinking probably has good merit to it.
|02-19-2020 06:00 AM|
|pastorp||I had a 6” one but it’s a little heavy and bulky so I fineally sold it and made about a $600 profit. Then bought a ruger SP 101 in 327 federal with the profit.|
|02-17-2020 04:31 PM|
|dand||ahhh there's just SOMETHING about Smith revolvers....... beautiful! Fun caliber to shoot too.|
|01-31-2020 09:33 AM|
I have always thought that the K Frame with a full lug 4 inch barrel is the most proportionally appealing of all the S&Ws.
|01-31-2020 09:13 AM|
|gpa&hisguns||I love the partridge style front sight over the ramp any day. The dash 4s and early 5s are the cream of the crop in K and L frame guns in my opinion. That's a nice find!|
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