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Rifle Cartridges
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
Obsolete
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
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32 Ideal
This cartridge is an improvement over the older 32 extra long Ballard because of
its inside lubrication and better performance. It was very accurate and performs
well for 150-yard small/medium game.
Sometimes called the 32-25-150,  the 32 Ideal uses a bullet dia. of 0.323".
One of the chamberings available for the single-shot Stevens44 and 44 1/2 rifles,
this cartridge was introduced in 1903 and was quite popular
for 20 years or so. This item was discontinued in the 1940s -
over 70 years ago!!
The specimen for sale are
pictured to the left, direct from
a sealed box also in the picture.
32 Ideal by U.M.C.
Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
before they are bought out by
Remington Arms Co.
"U.M.C. 32 Ideal" Head-Stamp
Factory Loaded!
Some minor spots and a little
oxide on lead projectile, but
cleans up with paint thinner
if needed.
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Limit One Cartridge per Customer,  $14.75 per Cartridge
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