Well, the board is either fixed, or it's going to run terribly. Cross your fingers and hope for the best. I'm at my technical limit right now.
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32ACP is pleasant to shoot. I have begun casting my own bullets for it as well. Too bad 32ACP cases do not litter the range like 9mm ones. Looks like I might look for one again.
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32acp brass is definitely not found often. Once in awhile you find someone else selling it. Once you have it you have to keep track of it. A glorious never ending battle of fun.
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. 32 ACP is cheep about 32-35 cents per round, cheeper if you buy buy the thousands. Buy some and shoot the sucker and just enjoy it. I do not waste my time reloading .32 ACP. Too had to find the cases in the grass at the range. At least almost every store has some on hand. Harder too find in the grass is the .25 auto cases, another I do not bother to reload. I guess I am too old to bend over and see the little buggers. You young guys can see better and have fun picking them up. Now .32 french longs at a buck a case, I go to a range with paved surfaces so I can find every one. I am still thinking about reloading more for a year. Now its 14 degrees and too cold for my hands and feet. I waited too long.
To old to fight and to old to run, a Jar head will just shoot and be done with you.
You can lay out a cheap tarp on the ground that will collect the brass for you. Sometimes Harbor Freight gives them away just to get you in the store to buy something if you got a coupon. I usually use a tarp when shooting 30 cal carbine since it spits out in 360 degrees as the front of the range is grass so that is where the tarp goes. You might not get all your cases, but you get more than looking in the grass. When I shoot 7.65mm French long, I have my pistol real close to the range's brass catchers, which catches a good 90% of the cases. Planning, planning, planning.....
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