The .32 H&R Magnum Ammo is a rimmed bullet that was designed to be used in revolvers. It was designed in 1982 and manufactured in 1983. This cartridge was created by lengthening the case of the .32 S&W Long Case Ammo by .155" to 1.075". The .32 H&R Magnum Ammo significantly offers better performance than other .32 Caliber Ammo. The .32 H&R Magnum Ammo is thought to be a good choice for hunting small game because of the high velocity the bullet offers. Due to the lightweight of the bullet, the shooter has to deal with mild recoil. The overall length of the .32 H&R Magnum Ammo is 34.3mm, while the bullet diameter of this cartridge measures 7.9mm. The heaviest variant of the .32 H&R Magnum Ammo is a 100-grain bullet that travels at a velocity of 1208 feet per second while producing an energy level of 324 ft.lbf.
The joint operation between two major manufacturers, Harrington & Richardson and Federal Premium Ammunition, led to the designing and manufacturing of the .32 H&R Magnum Ammo in 1982 and 1983.
The .32 H&R Magnum Ammo is widely used in multiple regions to shoot down the small and small to medium-sized games, up to coyotes. The heavier variants of the .32 H&R Magnum Ammo offer decently increased stopping and penetrating powers