The .327 Federal Magnum Ammo is a cartridge that was designed in 2007 with the intention to create the power of a .357 Magnum Ammo in a six-shot, small revolvers, whose cylinders otherwise would only hold five shots. The .327 Federal Magnum Ammo has even been used in revolvers with a maximum capacity of seven shots or more. The .327 Federal Magnum Ammo was an attempt to improve the .32 H&H Magnum Ammo and therefore was based on its casing. The .327 Federal Magnum Ammo was given a 1/8-inch longer cartridge, with the strengthened web at the base, thicker walls of the casing, and different metallurgy and heat-treatment, all of which allowed it to be loaded to higher pressure levels than its predecessors. The overall length of the .327 Federal Magnum Ammo is 37mm, and the bullet diameter measures 7.9mm. The 100-grain bullet variant of the .327 Federal Magnum Ammo can travel at a velocity of 1,655 feet per second while creating an energy level of 640 ft.lbf.
The .327 Federal Magnum Ammo was designed in 2007 by Federal Premium Ammunition and was sold by Sturm, Ruger & Co.
With the lighter variants of the .327 Federal Magnum Ammo, hunters can seamlessly and accurately hunt down small game while enjoying a low recoil. The heavier variants of this cartridge can take down the deer family and protect you from specific predators.