I am a fan of the .327, adaptable to about every use and cheap to reload. I have the Ruger SP101, and I am looking for a GP100 or other full size revolver with a 4+ inch barrel.
I love my M327 duotone. Great little round in a small package. Got mine on an email blitz from CDNN for $199.
Yeah, I think 32 calibers have been trying to climb uphill in the marketing mania of the 9mm, 38s and 357s in the revolver market. I've not shot a 32, per se, except I have shot 327 Fed Magnums. Nice and certainly a more comfortable caliber to shoot that 357s!I have always liked 32 caliber revolvers; I got my first one in 1956, 32-20 Colt Bisley. I have been acquiring 32 caliber revolvers ever since. When 327 was introduced I liked what I read and heard. I started looking, I wanted a field gun but what was offered were pocket revolvers. Finally I found Charter Arms and their Target Patriot. I bought one and fell in love with the gun and the cartridge. Since I already cast bullets and loaded for most all the 32's, it fit right in. Then I found a used Taurus 327B2, it was part of a trade I made to get a Colt. I like the Taurus, it is a different critter from the Charter Arms. Then both companies stopped production and I found another new CATP and bought it as backup. So, I have three 327 revolvers, shoot 2 of them and have one held in reserve. Yeah, I like 327's, but mostly I just simply like 32 caliber revolvers, almost two dozen of them.