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    327 Fed Mag long Guns?

    I’ve got a Ruger SP101 in 327 Magnum. For those of you out there who have the 327 Fed Mag/32 H&R Mag, are you satisfied with the rifle? Any problem with its handling of 32 Magnum?

    i know with my Henry 357/38 it shoots 357 (of all sizes) well. They do recommend use of minimum of 158 gr if shooting 38 SPCL.
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    I would like to see Ruger introdcue a rilfe in this cartridge of the size of the 10/22 --or Ruger 44 carbine of years past.
    I think it would be a great lil weapon.
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    Doesn't Henry make one?
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    I am looking at my Henry catalog right now and they make a couple different lever guns in .327 Fed. The Big Boy series in both Brass and Steel.

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    Many years ago, I addressed the handgun/rifle ammo compatibility thing with my favorite handgun caliber, a .357 magnum Rossi carbine. I see no reason to down size to a .32. I don't think it'd work on the game I need the carbine for. Hogs take a lot of killin'. What ever a .32 could do, the .357 can do better IMHO. But, to each their own. If there's a market, they will come....or something like that.

    Henry has a good rep for lever guns. The Rossi is the only lever gun I have out of somewhere north of 25 long guns. Never been a big fan of lever guns, but this Rossi paired with one of my Blackhawks is pretty cool, I'll have to admit. Generally, a bolt gun is more accurate, though, but not every application needs sub MOA accuracy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    I would like to see Ruger introdcue a rilfe in this cartridge of the size of the 10/22 --or Ruger 44 carbine of years past.
    I think it would be a great little weapon.

    That would be interesting. I remember there used to be a company that built/modified an M1 Carbine for .357 magnum. I'm sure it could be done with .327, but I think that company is no longer around.
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    I have the Henry Big Boy Brass in .327 Fed Mag. I love it. I don't have any .32 H&R ammo so I have not tried it in the gun. I keep forgetting to take .32 Longs to try in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    That would be interesting. I remember there used to be a company that built/modified an M1 Carbine for .357 magnum. I'm sure it could be done with .327, but I think that company is no longer around.
    LaMag used to convert GI M1 carbine to .45 Win Mag, too.

    There was even a .17 wildcat based on the .30 Carbine round at one time.
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