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Old 04-16-2011, 05:08 PM
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Only 32 Wally World had was 32 acp @ $19.95 a box of 50.
I passed if I'm going to pay that much for ammo, I'd rather give that $ to a local dealer.

Will keep on looking.
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Does anyone know where to find the conversion cylinder for the nagant? Seems like every where I look it is sold out.
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The cylinders are pretty much gone, not sure who made them, but they made so many then that was it apparently.

An issue I have seen with the 32 S&W and H&R magnum is the rim. The cylinder gap is determined by that rim. The S&W etc are way undersized and leave alot of gap for gas to escape. I haven't seen the case stick its usually the undersized rim that gets partially jammed when the hammer hits it. Where the 32-20 is often thicker than the original ammo, some guns need work or some brands will jam the cylinder up.
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have fired 7.62X38R mil surplus and 32 long from orig cylinder and 32acp from $90 conversion cylinder from Century (not worthy because ammo is also expensive)
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:39 AM
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if you have a chance to see a movie/video "Enemy at the Gate" this very revolver was used my officers in defending Stalingrad against the Germans shooting deserters.
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:54 AM
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Rguns has the cylinders for $55ish.
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32 acp, nagant, revolver, russian

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