H&R model 632 revolver mfg 1978

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  1. sandhillenka

    sandhillenka New Member

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    I have recently acquired a H&R 632 which shows 32 s&w caliber on the barrel. The long version is not shown, but chambers OK in the cylinder. Question: Can the long be safely fired in this gun or must I only use the short. Anyone?????
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  2. b.goforth

    b.goforth New Member

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    yes, H&R dropped the 32 Long markings on this revolver for a while but starting reusing it in 1984 when the 32 H&R magnum chambering was introduced in their new heavier frame 500 series of handguns.
    bill
  3. sandhillenka

    sandhillenka New Member

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    Bill, Thanks for your reply. It helps to know that I can use the Long as it appears to have better ballistics than the Short. Please let me know when I can get your H&R book.
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