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    7.65/32 acp

    Probably more makers/variations/models produced than in any other caliber pistol . I've always had a soft spot for these whether large or small .

    Anyone try one of these ?
    https://aimsurplus.com/yugoslavian-z...32-acp-pistol/

    Feel free to share your .32's here .
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    The .32ACP is a very user friendly cartridge to shoot and to reload.
    I enjoy shooting these 2, both very nostalgic.
    Click on pic's for a larger view:

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    Here the only pic. I have at this time of my 1935 PPK .32, It's a great little gun.
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    My Manurhin PP in .32 acp. Manurhin made all the PP/PPK's after WW II to about 1985. European laws allowed Walther to stamp theirs "Made in West Germany" because of where they were finished. I believe the falling out came because Manurhin wanted to sell them under their own name. This one was part of the flood imported to the US in the early 2000's. According to the stamp, this one was used by the Austrian version of our Justice Department.

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    Colt Pocket Hammerless
    Years ago I had a Savage .32 Auto
    And we had an Astra/Ruby. I don't seem to have a photo of this one.
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    Mitch, that Zasta is a cute little 32. Here are my little beauties.






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    .32 ACP?

    Yeah! I can do that.

    Colt model M
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    FN 1900
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    FN 1910

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    FN 1922
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    Savage 1907

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    To be continued.

    Only one more really.

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    Continuation

    Walther PP. And also featuring... A clean cardboard.

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    I'll play




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    Here are my two - a new-to-me Beretta 81 from the recent shipments, and a Sauer & Sohn 38H (the 38 is the year of design) with the wood grips.
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