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32 Short Rim-fire
The 32 Short Rim-fire was introduced by Smith & Wesson Company approximately around 1860, and was used
in many pistols & rifles.
It was discontinued by the last ammunition maker in the USA around 1972, however, Navy Arms in Brazil
and Canuck and imported into the USA in or around the early 1990s.
Below are many different specimens form different producers we have available for sale.
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32 Short by Navy Arms  (2 head-stamps)
Canuck of Canada (Premium Coated)
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Rimfire Cartridges
Single Cartridges
All
Countries
All
Countries
.22"Cal.
.25"
Cal.
.30"
Cal.
.32"Cal.
.38"
Cal.
.41"
Cal.
.41"
Cal.
.44"Cal.
.46", .50", .56", 58 " Cal.
.17"Cal.
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9 mm
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This cartridges was a limited production in or around 1990's and
has a"V" or "MPR" Head Stamp. It was produced by CBC in
Brazil for Navy Arms Company of Ridgefield, N.J. at that time.
Canuck Brand produced by Canadian Industries limited of
Montreal, Canada, These were a premium version with copper
clad or plated projectiles.   
In stock $5.95 each
Info
Canuck of Canada (Older Lead projectile)
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In stock $5.95 each