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It’s no secret that I like the .32 revolver. I am brand loyal, and many moons ago I chose H&R as my go-to firearms. Handgun wist that pretty much left me with the .22 Long Rifle and the .32 Smith & Wesson Long.

I grew fond of the .32 S&W long. Found it to be adequate for everything from squirrel to raccoon to feral dog. I even had, actually still have, a .32 S&W Long snobby for social work.

Then H&R brought out the .32 H&R Magnum. Life was good! The .32 Federal Magnum intrigues me, a good Ruger Single 7 so chambered along with one of the Henry lever actions would make a good pair. Or make the SP101 Match Champion in 327 Federal and I am really interested! But the .32 H&R is good enough.

The LGS showed me a Charter Arms Boxer 6 shot 38 Special snubby built on the Bulldog frame, except the frame was aluminum. Nice little revolver with lots of promise. She thought she had me I think, but I had her put it back. Get me the CA Professional in .32 H&R magnum and we have a deal. She said that she would try.

Had the opportunity a while back, but let it pass. I am hopeful.
 

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FWIW, for the revolver aficionado who does not like the .32 caliber. Charter Arms now offers the Professional in the 6 shot 357 Magnum

7 shot .32 H&R Magnum
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6 shot 357 Magnum.
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And just for giggles, Charter Arms "The Boxer"
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H&R .32 S&W Long
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H&R .32 H&R Magnum
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And while I am reminiscing, the H&R I always wanted but never owned, the 999 Sportster
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One of these in .32 H&R magnum would of been da’ bomb! (Probably literally!)
 

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I just realized I don’t own a single revolver :oops::rolleyes:
Yer still breathin'. Still time fix the problem
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Ugly enough to be a Hi Point, but I love 'em. No @greg_r, never saw on in .32, but they did come in.38
 

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My wife's grandfather's Colt Police Positive .38 S&W:

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Still haven't shot this thing.

I think he's the one in the picture below with the cut-off looking tie:
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Same guy with the watch hanging from the chain below, looks like the butt of a pistol poking out from behind his jacket, cigarette in hand:
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Vicksburg's finest!!! What kind of stories you think those guys could tell? I've heard a few, one was about a guy that escaped from jail, charged with rape. They "lost" him down in the Big Black River, never to be seen again!!!
 

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I just realized I don’t own a single revolver :oops::rolleyes:
Heretic!

But hey, I was a late bloomer in wheel guns myself, and now I have a "whole passel of revolvers" so to speak

Get sweet little Ruger SA for starters, I know I need one really badly, they are just a few bucks more than the pot metal 22's and way MORE BETTER
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