32 ACP ammo was developed by John Browning in 1899 and introduced by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium. If you're not familiar, the .32 ACP is a compact handgun cartridge typically used in blowback firearms. It has always been more popular in Europe than the US, where it is usually referred to by the metric designation 7.65mm Browning--something you might see on packaging from European manufacturers like Sellier & Bellot or Prvi Partizan - both of which we carry for sale here at Widener's.
The .32 ACP has gained ground in America thanks to the growing practice of concealed carry. While it's definitely not the most powerful cartridge around, the .32 fits in small handguns like the Kel-tec P-32, Walther PPK, and Seecamp LWS 32. These pistols can often be concealed where a larger handgun would "print" and give itself away.
Hollow point cartridges for this caliber tend to fire light 60-70 grain bullets at around 1,000 feet per second. A lighter bullet fired at a high velocity has a good chance of expanding, although shot placement is always crucial. Look for both full metal jacket bulk 32 acp ammo for range training and hollow points for self-defense in-stock today.
Armscor 32 ACP 71 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds$309.00
Manufacturer Armscor Condition New Bullet Weight 71 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type indoor range shooting, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU 50180PH Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 14806015501807 Cost Per Round 30.9¢ per round
Armscor ammunition has gained a reputation in the industry for being affordable and very reliable. These 32 ACP rounds a loaded into boxer primed brass cases that are re-loadable. Each projectile in this case of 1000 is a 71 grain full metal jacket that leaves the barrel around 908 feet per second.
Armscor has been in the outdoor industry since 1905. Headquartered in the Philippines, Armscor started selling their products in the US market in 1985. They offer a wide variety of small arms calibers for several different shooting applications. Their "USA" line of ammunition is manufactured in America while their "Precision" line is made in the Philippines. Pick up this 1000 round case of 32 ACP ammo today!
Armscor 32 ACP 71 Grain FMJ - 50 Rounds$18.95
Manufacturer Armscor Condition New Bullet Weight 71 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type indoor range shooting, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU 50180PH Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 4806015501800 Cost Per Round 37.9¢ per round
Introduced in 1899 for the FN M1900 pistol, the 32 ACP was John Browning's first pistol cartridge of many. With John Browning's reputation, and the fact that this cartridge is still around after over a century, you know that it's reliable.
Armscor started out in 1905 in the Philippines as Squires, Bingham & Co., but by 1980, it became the Armscor that is recognized today. Although they have only been in the States for around 30 years, Armscor has a rich history and a fantastic reputation. These 32 ACP rounds are ideal for the range. Reliable and accurate, you don't want to miss out on these 71 grain, FMJ, Armscor rounds. Pick up a 50 round box today!
Speer Gold Dot 32 ACP 60 Grain JHP - 20 Rounds$25.45
Manufacturer Speer Condition New Bullet Weight 60 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU 23604 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 076683236043 Cost Per Round $1.27 per round
Speer Gold Dots are trusted by many concealed carriers and law enforcement officers for self-defense in life-threatening situations. The Gold Dot bullet is a bonded hollow point with caliber and weight-tailored designs that exhibit strong expansion and penetration with minimal risk of core-jacket separation.
This .32 ACP variant of the Gold Dot is a great choice for compact carry pistols and fires a 60 grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of 960 feet per second. Each box contains 20 cartridges.
Speer ammo is loaded in Lewiston, Idaho using non-corrosive Boxer primers and nickel-plated brass cases. The primers are made by Speer's sister company CCI and enjoy a strong reputation for reliability.