I'm on a .32 kick as of late, having just picked up the $40 Iver Johnson shooter. Whenever I pickup a new round, I research it pretty thoroughly. There's lots of .32's just in handguns, from .32 rimfire to the newer .327mag, but it's not very talked about in general, even though it used to be extremely popular and actually historically significant, with Presidential assassination (McKinley) in the USA and Archduke Ferdinand (started WWI) globally. The NYPD used .32 revolvers, European police issued .32acp Walthers at one time. People still use the .32 in the Kel Tek P32 as a handy pocket gun, and some folks are trying the new .327 mag in Ruger and S&W revolvers. Besides the IJ, I have a few other ".32's" if I were to consider the Nagant revolver a .32 (I don't) since folks routinely shoot .32 S&W Longs in them, and extra .32acp cylinders can be had for them; This Belgian Melior was made in the same approx time as the Iver Johnson, approx 1920; I'm not big on .32acp/S&W as a defense round, but I like shooting them...if I can find the ammo. There's a model 1.5 S&W at the shop I may have to get.... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!