32 ACP

The .32 ACP is a semi-rimmed, straight-walled centerfire pistol cartridge developed by John Browning, initially for use in the FN M1900 semi-automatic pistol. It was introduced in 1899 by Frabrique Nationale. The .32 ACP was intended for blowback semi-automatic pistols, which lack breech locking mechanisms. As his first pistol cartridge, the .32 ACP needed a straight wall for reliable blowback operation as well as a small rim for reliable feeding from a box magazine. The .32 ACP is compact and light. While some believe it has marginal stopping power, it has been used effectively by military and police worldwide over the past century. At Velocity, we strive to stock a wide variety of the best brands shooters are looking for. We carry everything from range ammunition to personal protection and specialty application ammo to suit a wide variety of needs.

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