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Old December 3rd, 2011, 10:50 AM   #1
 
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32 H&R Magnum

Over the years, how many different models of revolvers has Ruger chambered for the 32 H&R Magnum???



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Old December 4th, 2011, 06:17 AM   #2
 
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No body???? I remember when it first was out in H&R revolvers. Ruger did the Single Six and later the SP-101. Has there been any other models or variations done in 32 H&R Magnum?
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There are members here a lot more up to date on Ruger information, but here goes. I recall the 32 Magnum first in Ruger's Single Six in various bbl. lengths from 4 5/8 to 9 1/2. These were blued with adj. sights and are not to often seen for sale and usually command a good price. IMHO the Ruger Single Six and the 32 H&R magnum round is one of the best combinations of cartridge and gun design that was ever made. Ruger also produced the Single Six in fixed sight Vaquero style, some with bird's head grip, some with shorter version of the standard grip, and in various short run configurations such John Wayne or Last Cowboy editions some with 4 5/8 and 3.5 bbl. Those are more common and for sale on gun auction sites such as Gunbroker.

The Vaquero versions were done in both case-hard style finish as well as stainless.

Finally Ruger produced the SP101 in 32 Magnum with both 3 and 4 inch bbl lengths and semi-adj. sights in stainless.

I have a Single Six 4 5/8" and an SP101 3" in 32 magnum and both are very good little shooters especially the SS.

For those who don't reload, Buffalo Bore's new 32 Magnum +P loads, give the little round some real power and might.

Hope this helps until the Ruger experts can offer additional information.
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I have a single six (baby vaquero) in 32 H@R mag. It is a blast to shoot.

I also have a sp101 in 327 FM that I mostly shoot 32 H@R mag in it. Lots of fun.
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Old December 4th, 2011, 09:50 AM   #5
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There was a run of .32mag / 32-20 convertables on the NM Blackhawk for Buckeye Distributors about 20 years ago.
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So, it is: 1. the SSM
2. the Vaquero
3. Black Hawk 32/32-20 convertible
4. the SP-101

I'm thinking that only the SSM and the SP-101 are still in production; Right???

But now we have three (3) different models being chambered for the 327 Federal Magnum.
I'm skeptical that the 327 cartridge is going to go away quietly; just my opinion, unsolicited, I must add!!!
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