.32 s&w long & ,32 acp

This is a discussion on .32 s&w long & ,32 acp within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I believe the S&W Model 632-2 Pro Series will fit the bill. http://smith-wessonforum.com/s-w-rev...ro-2-a-10.html Originally Posted by chas1 Guys, here's the question: I am past the ...

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    Take a look at my last post on 11/1/11 on the S&W 632-2 at the S&W Forum

    I believe the S&W Model 632-2 Pro Series will fit the bill.
    http://smith-wessonforum.com/s-w-rev...ro-2-a-10.html


    Quote Originally Posted by chas1 View Post
    Guys, here's the question: I am past the age of sixty and my hands can no longer take the recoil from my 9mm, .38 or .380 I had to past them down to my sons. I moved on to .32's since that's all my hands can stand, my sons are acting like i lost my mind settling for the lighter caliber but what other choice do i have? I am presently rotating my s&w 31-1 and an feg ap-66 as carry guns. any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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    There's not a damned thing wrong with the .32 Long, .32 H&R Magnum or .327 Federal Magnum. Accurate shot placement with a nice and spicy .32 Long will screw up someone's day. My father ended the career of a Japanese sniper that figured he'd killed him. At 3 feet, he put 5 98-grain .32 Long wadcutters from an Italian snub-nosed, revolver in the sniper's chest. It kinda 'ruined his entire afternoon.'

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    I have hand issues too. I shoot a 32 acp mid sized gun very well [ 3" barrel] . Its the smallest gun I can shoot without pain. I cant hold on to a sub compact well enough to shoot well at all. But the mid sized guns work well for me. 32 Auto was the standard police issue in Europe till well after WWII. So don't worry much what others say, just stick to what you know you can shoot well. DR

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    The .32acp is probably quite adequate for your protection.

    I'm in my 70's, and usually carry a KEL-TEC P-32. It meets my needs.

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