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.327 Fed. Mag. 85-grain Hydra-Shok, Personal Defense Low Recoil

Federal's Low Recoil line of defensive handgun ammunition is designed to offer a high level of terminal performance while producing lower recoil levels.

New Sizzle for Ruger Standbys

When Federal announced the new .327 Fed. Mag., Ruger responded first with its SP101 small-frame revolver chambered for the high-velocity round.

New for 2022: Taurus 327

The .327 Fed. Mag. cartridge has long been overlooked, but it is a powerful, versatile option for personal protection. Taurus has recognized the .327's appeal and is now offering an affordable revolver chambered for this hidden gem of a self-defense round.

First Look: Federal Premium .327 Fed. Mag. and .357 Mag. HST Ammunition

Federal Premium has expanded its popular HST line of defensive ammunition to include .327 Federal Magnum and .357 Magnum.

New for 2020: Hornady Critical Defense .327 Federal Mag

With several self-defense revolvers like the Ruger LCR now chambered for the .327 Federal Mag. cartridge, Hornady will be adding a single load in .327 Federal Mag. to their Critical Defense ammunition line.

.32 H&R Mag. Buffalo Bore Heavy 100-grain JHP

This .32 H&R Mag. load penetrates farther than any previously tested offering in that caliber.

.32 H&R Mag. Federal Personal Defense 85-grain JHP

The .32 H&R Mag. is one of the most underrated self-defense cartridges. Learn why you shouldn't underestimate it.

Is it Time for a New Concealed Carry Handgun Cartridge?

This makes me wonder why, with its growing popularity, we have not seen a new cartridge developed specifically for concealed carry. Is it time? 

Tips on Choosing Ammunition for Your Concealed-Carry Revolver

Many factors go into determining what carry ammunition to choose; make sure your choice is an informed one.

Charter Arms Crimson Patriot

The Patriot family includes three variations, all built on Charter's well-known Bulldog frame. Common across the line is a six-round cylinder, with the biggest differences between the guns being barrel length and sights.

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