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.32 SWL revolver loads
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 Posted: Sun Mar 29th, 2009 04:16 AM
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tassie terence
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I am looking for reloading data and procedure for reloading .32 SWL loads for a Manhurin revolver.

I shoot ISSF (Bullseye) and have not been able to obtain any consistent data to date.

For example using swaged lead hollow base wadcutters (98gn) should they be crimped or not.

Any useful information would be greatly appreciated.:troll:



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 Posted: Sun Mar 29th, 2009 05:15 PM
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Charley
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I do load .32 S&W and .32 S&W long, but don't shoot Bullseye or any other competition now. Unless things have changed a lot, plain old Alliant Bullseye and a light crimp should give pretty darned good accuracy.



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