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A mag of the 32... Saw one today by Ruger. Just wondering if anyone has tried one yet?

http://ruger.com/Firearms/FAProdView?model=5759&return=Y

SP101® · Satin Stainless

Revolver / Double Action / SP101® / KSP-32731X

Product Overview·Specifications ·Instruction Manual·Locks


Caliber: .327 Federal Magnum
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Finish: Satin Stainless
Grip: Rubber w/ Synthetic Insert
Barrel Length: 3 1/16"
Groove: 6
Twist: 1:16" RH
Overall Length: 8"
Weight: 28 oz
California Approved: No
Massachusetts Approved: No
Front Sight(s): Ramp
Rear Sight(s): Windage adjustable
Other Features: Transfer Bar Operating Mechanism with Cylinder Interlock
Suggested Retail Price: $ 572.00
Miscellaneous: SP101 .327 Federal Magnum 3 1/16" Barrel
 

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Gunner, did you end up picking it up? I've been looking at a 327 for a little while but haven't heard enough to bite the bullet and get one.
 

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No not yet, I was waiting to see first hand reports here before I buy one...
 

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Ballistics wise it has the same power as a .38+P, +P+ or a 9MM +P. Practicality wise you're better of getting the .357 Magnum version for the ammo and other arms that are capable of using the COMMON .357 Mag/.38 SPL ammo will serve you much better than this 32 call will.








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