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Source for Light weight .32 Win Spec Bullet?
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I need a new source for a 110gr RN cast bullet for a .32 Winchester Special carbine. My last source cast a bullet originally designed for an 8mm Nambu and sized it to .323". I use it for a gallery load ahead of 4gr of Unique and I'm running out of my supply. It's too much fun to shoot not to find another supply of same. Any help would be much appreciated.
 
Posts: 38 | Location: Front Range | Registered: 06 April 2002Reply With Quote
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Is the bore a .323 or .310?
 
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TomS...I expect your 32 Special is like mine and uses .321 bullets all right also. The .323s may be a little more accurate in it with light weight bullets.

Look for someone with a Lyman 32359 mould. I have one that drops bullets weighing 122 grains ready to load. It's a PB and shoots very accurately in my Marlin 32 Special. I have one of the older Nambu moulds also but it's a little lighter...less than 100 grains.

Maybe Jon at Western Bullets has one of these. he also sells bullets so it may be worth hitting his web site./beagle
 
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Thanks, I'll check out Western Bullets to see what he might have.
 
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