32 NAA Anyone???

32 NAA Anyone???

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    32 NAA Anyone???

    I picked up a used 32 NAA North American Guardian this past weekend and was wondering if anybody else carried one? This is my second NAA I have a 32 ACP as well as this 32 NAA..Just curious..Robbie


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    I am very intrigued about this caliber. I want one...but I want it in an LCP. Its a little more easy to find if you know where to look...

    Innovative Arms is making a drop-in conversion...definitely on the "want" list.

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    Kel-Tec made a 32NAA kit for the P3AT several years ago. Occassionally one will pop up for sale, but not often.

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    I shot it sunday and it is pretty impressive... definitely more than a 32 acp.

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    I have read the ballistics and it is impressive for its size. Its on my list. Always about $$$$$. I need to win the lotto to fulful my list
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    The only reason I haven't purchased one is not enough manufacturers have picked up the round. I have a Guardian in 380 and one in 32ACP, and would love a 32NAA, but I'd like to see a few more choices on ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    I am very intrigued about this caliber. I want one...but I want it in an LCP. Its a little more easy to find if you know where to look...

    Innovative Arms is making a drop-in conversion...definitely on the "want" list.

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    Honestly, I'm not trying to be a smart-aleck. I'd really like to understand why you'd be willing to pay $275.00 for a barrel to put into a $350.00 pistol to get a 60 gr. bullet making 192 ft.lbs. when the factory chambering (380 also from Cor-Bon) is a 90 gr. bullet making 220 ft.lbs. or, what I carry in my LCP, the Golden Saber 102 gr. bullet making 200 ft.lbs.???

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    but Hoss...the little necked down cartridges are just so darned cute

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    Plus I can find a whole lot more ammo for it than I can 380 right now...alot cheaper...

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    How much if you don't mind me asking, approximate is ok. I have a Seecamp LWS .32 that I love to carry.

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    I bought fmj's at a local shop for $19.83 per box of 50 and ordered some hps for $11.00 per box...all corbons.... can't touch 380 if you can find any for that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvhoss View Post
    Honestly, I'm not trying to be a smart-aleck. I'd really like to understand why you'd be willing to pay $275.00 for a barrel to put into a $350.00 pistol to get a 60 gr. bullet making 192 ft.lbs. when the factory chambering (380 also from Cor-Bon) is a 90 gr. bullet making 220 ft.lbs. or, what I carry in my LCP, the Golden Saber 102 gr. bullet making 200 ft.lbs.???

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    Well the first reason is just to have something the other guy doesn't...as far as price and value goes...people pay it all the time for a .32 acp LWS Seecamp, AND Ill have a TWO caliber gun. for that price. There is no arguing that the NAA round is much more potent than the acp variant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southarkrob View Post
    I bought fmj's at a local shop for $19.83 per box of 50 and ordered some hps for $11.00 per box...all corbons.... can't touch 380 if you can find any for that....
    $10 & $11 for 50ct boxes of Corbon.....? This place won't be in business long!! Either that or they are dumping it because nobody buys the stuff???

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