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32 Short Colt
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Obsolete Pistol Cartridge Section
$ 2.95 per Cartridge
Limit 1 per customer
From unopened box, factory loaded U.S.
Cartridge Company, Lowell, MA. before the
plant closing in 1918.
Older outside lubrication, .313" projectile.
Factory loaded by Western Cartridge Company
80 grain outside "Lubaloy" lubrication,
.313 projectile.
Introduced in 1875 as a black powder cartridge for the new line of Colt revolvers.
It originally had a .313 in diameter outside-lubricated projectile, which was later changed
to inside lubrication, leading to a diameter change to .299 inch projectile.
Colt was the only pistol company to chamber this caliber. These cartridges were
replaced 32 Smith & Wesson Short & Long cartridges in the early 1900s.
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$1.95 per Cartridge
Limit 1 per customer
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