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.
32 ACP - 71 Grain FMJ - Prvi Partizan - 1000 Rounds$499.85
Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Condition New Bullet Weight 71 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU PPH32AF Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 8605003800026C Cost Per Round 50.0¢ per round
When you are looking for a consistent, reliable full metal jacket round for your .32 ACP handgun, these cartridges from world-renowned Prvi Partizan are sure to do the trick. This case has 1,000 rounds of 71-grain full metal jacket ammunition, allowing you to get the consistent target practice you need.
Coming out of the barrel, these bullets have a velocity of about 275 meters (900 feet) per second. They maintain superior accuracy throughout the flight pattern, only dropping .8 centimeters after 30 yards. They also have a muzzle velocity of 128 foot-pounds, giving them excellent performance from barrel to target.
Prvi Partizan is one of the most popular ammunition manufacturers in the world. Based out of Serbia, the company has been making ammunition since 1928. They produce some of the finest sporting and hunting ammunition on the market, and also supply ammunition to armies all across the globe. With over 400 different ammunition products, they have items for nearly every gun owner in the world.
Prvi Partizan 32 ACP 71 Grain JHP - 1000 Rounds$539.85
Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Condition New Bullet Weight 71 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU PPD32A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 8605003800330C Cost Per Round 54.0¢ per round
Whether your carry pistol is a classic Walther, a lightweight Kel-Tec, or a dependable Beretta, this .32 ACP ammo from Prvi Partizan is a great dual-purpose load. These cartridges are affordable enough to train with at your local shooting range but perform well in self-defense situations thanks to their use of jacketed hollow point bullets.
Each cartridge in this 1,000 round case fires a 71 grain JHP of a simple but effective design that expands in an assailant to produce better stopping power. The projectile also serves shooters well during target practice, as the flat-nosed profile of the bullet puts highly visible holes in paper and cardboard. Each case contains 20 boxes of 50 rounds each.
Prvi Partizan is based in the city of Uzice, Serbia and has operated since the 1920s. PPU produces over 500 different cartridge types and uses quality materials including non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.
Prvi Partizan 32 ACP 71 Grain FMJ - 50 Rounds$29.85
Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Condition New Bullet Weight 71 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU PPH32AF Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 8605003800026 Cost Per Round 59.7¢ per round
When buying vintage ammo, like this 32 ACP ammo, Prvi Partizan is the way to go. Developed in 1899, these 32 ACP rounds are perfect for quality range training and target practice. In addition, Prvi Partizan is one of the highest quality ammunition manufacturers in Eastern Europe and they specialize in vintage and hard to find calibers. Unlike most Eastern European manufacturers, Prvi Partizan manufactures most of their ammo, including these 32 ACP rounds, with brass casings and boxer primers, giving the added bonus of reloadability.
Although these 32 ACP rounds only fire at 902 feet per second they are still an effective round. In fact, it was one of the most popular rounds during the mid-1900's. These 71 grain, 32 ACP, full metal jacket rounds are manufactured for range training, so pick up a couple 50 round boxes today to practice with your carry gun or just to plink around!
Prvi Partizan 32 ACP 71 Grain JHP - 50 Rounds$32.85
Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Condition New Bullet Weight 71 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU PPD32A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 8605003800330 Cost Per Round 65.7¢ per round
This .32 ACP ammunition from Prvi Partizan is inexpensive enough to train thoroughly with but can also serve as a defensive round in an emergency. These cartridges work well with popular concealed carry handguns such as the Kel-Tec P32, the Walther PPK, the NAA Guardian, and the Beretta Tomcat.
Each cartridge in this box of 50 fires a 71 grain jacketed hollow point bullet that produces mushrooming expansion for improved stopping power in a self-defense situation. On the range, these bullets also excel as their flat nosed shape punches clean, visible holes in paper targets that can be easily seen from the firing line.
Prvi Partizan ammo is loaded in the city of Uzice, Serbia using non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases. PPU has been in the ammo business since the 1920s and gets its current name from the World War II era, when its facilities supplied Yugoslav "partisans" fighting Axis troops.