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32 Auto Ammo


.32 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol), also known as the .32 Automatic is a centerfire pistol cartridge. It is a semi-rimmed, straight-walled cartridge developed by firearms designer John Browning, initially for use in the FN M1900 semi-automatic pistol. It was introduced in 1899 by Fabrique Nationale, and is also known as the 7.65×17mm Browning SR or 7.65 mm Browning. This caliber is less popular these days but there are still KelTec P32's, NAA Guardians, maybe some Seecamps and the most prominent 32's are the Beretta 3032 Tomcat.  Beretta has only recently discontinued the 3032 and replaced it with the new 30X, still in .32 ACP.  Surplus pistols from all over Europe and South American along with the U.S. are easily found out there in this most venerable caliber more often called "7.65 Browning."  These range from so many Walthers, Berettas, Mausers, Sig Saur, Hk and many more from the past century.