.32 H&R Mag. DoubleTap 60-grain TAC-XP

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posted on July 19, 2011
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The .32 H&R Mag. cartridge has been a favorite of mine since it was introduced. It's much more comfortable to shoot from lightweight revolvers than a .38 Spl., and when compared to standard-velocity .38 Spl. loads, it's just as effective. One of the main problems with this cartridge is there has never been a really good defensive load available—until now. Using a Barnes TAC-XP bullet designed expressly for DoubleTap, the company has created an impressive .32 H&R Mag. load that expands beyond .5 inch and will penetrate at least a foot in gelatin, no matter your handgun's barrel length.

Load MV (fps) PEN (inches) EXP (inches) RW(grains)
.32 H&R Mag. DoubleTap 60-grain TAC-XP 1,410 15.0 0.52 60

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