327 Federal Mag Bullets
327 Federal Magnum Bullets for Reloading
The concept behind the 327 Federal Magnum is simple: Deliver the power of a 357 Magnum out of a compact six-shooter. Although the 327 Fed Mag received a lukewarm reception upon its introduction in 2008, it’s becoming increasingly popular owing to the variety of revolvers and specialized self-defense cartridges available, its manageable recoil, and of course the extra shot it offers over a compact 357 Magnum. Perhaps the neatest thing about a revolver chambered for 327 Fed Mag is the number of additional rounds it can fire: 32 H&R Magnum, 32 ACP, 32 S&W Long, and 32 S&W Short.
The 327 Fed Mag is indeed based off of the 32 H&R Mag, so you may purchase brand new brass or repurpose it from the original cartridge. 327 Fed Mag bullets commonly weigh 100 or 115 grains, although load data for weights as low as 71 grains are available. As the 327 Fed Mag was conceived as a self-defense cartridge there are several .312 diameter JHP and JHC bullets available, and SWC bullets for target shooting are popular as well. Pressures for the 327 Fed Mag typically range between 25,000 and 50,000 psi.
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