bullet shapes for .32acp

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    bullet shapes for .32acp

    Hey everybody,
    I'm looking for a 70-75 gr bullet, preferably FMJ with a flat point to it for reloading purposes. I know WWB 71gr FMJ has this flat point style, but looking through Midways .312" bullet selection, I can't seem to find anything like that. Does anyone know where I could find bullets like this without getting a specialty bullet mold from Lee or similar company?

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    32 auto bullets:
    REMINGTON COMPONENTS 32 CAL .312 DIA 71GRAIN METAL CASE (250 CT)
    They also have a 2k box
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    I had seen those, but I can't tell if the picture is of the actual product or a general picture of some type of remington bullets. Do you have personal experience loading these? Thanks again.

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    I assume what you see is what you get, but call them. 1-800-272-3000. I've contacted Midsouth several times before purchases and they are very helpful, southern hospitality an all...;)
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