Re: VICTOR 32 S.&W.CTGE
Apparetnly those were made from 1915 into the 1930's so they should be OK for modern ammo. But I will caution you that all those old guns of that type are fragile and parts can break just from looking at them. And there are few parts available and not many gunsmiths will work on them. I strongly suggest that if you must shoot it, just fire a few shots to say you did, and hang it on the wall. Using it for any kind of serious purpose would be IMHO out of the question.