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Patriot
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I've been reading about the new .327 Federal Magnum. It is suppose to have the penetration and wound cavity of a .357 Magnum but only the kick and muzzle flash of a .38 Special. Because of it's smaller diameter, the two companies that make the revolver for it, Ruger and Charter Arms, have it in six round capacity instead of the usual five. Ruger's SP-101 and Charter Arms Patriot. I'm wondering if anyone has either of these and what they thought about them?
 

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Yes. It is true. You can shoot 32H&R Magnum, 32S&W Long and Shorts.
I am thinking about getting one but can't make up my mind between the Ruger or the Charter Arms. I had a Charter Arms 44Special Bulldog once years ago. It shaved lead really bad. After 4 shorts you had to clean the headspace between the barrel and cylinder. That's why I'm wondering if anyone had purchased either of these two and what their experiences with them was. Thanks...Jake
 
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