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The .32 ACP: Can It Be Counted on for Self-Defense?

Many gun gurus consider .380 ACP to be the minimum personal-defense caliber, but what about guns available in .32 ACP? Here's some background on the numbers behind this micro self-defense round.

Deciphering and Disassembling a WWI Handgun in .32 ACP

I recently inherited a family heirloom , a handgun that was carried by my great grandfather during World War I. It was made in Spain and appears to be chambered in .32 ACP. Can I use 7.65 Browning ammo in it?

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless

Considered quaint today, the Colt .32 ACP Pocket Hammerless designed by John Moses Browning played an important part in World War II.

History on the Auction Block: Churchill’s .32 Cal. Webley & Scott

Those persons interested in antique firearms, World War II history and heroic wartime leaders will want to take note of the upcoming auction of Sir Winston Churchill’s personal 7.65 mm (.32 ACP) Webley & Scott pistol next month in Great Britain.

I Carry: Kel-Tec P3AT in a Blackhawk TecGrip Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Kel-Tec P3AT pocket pistol in a Blackhawk holster, along with a few other essential pieces of EDC gear.

Signal 9 Defense Reliant Derringer

Revising and refining the derringer concept, the Signal 9 Defense Reliant uses cutting edge technology to give an old design new life.

Crimson Trace Lasergrip for SIG SauerP230/232

SIG's take on the venerable Walther PPK, although discontinued, still has laser sight options.

The FN Model 1910

The 1911 and the Hi Power aren’t the only John Moses Browning designs that have lasted a long time.

Beating Ammo Shortages with Uncommon Calibers

When popular handgun calibers become a little too popular due to a crisis, it may be an oddball that saves the day.

The Full-Auto Fiasco Affair

The firearm that came to be associated with the '60s T.V. show "Man From U.N.C.L.E." proved to be a challenge to make both from a mechanical, as well as a legal standpoint.

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