.327 Fed. Mag. Speer 115-grain Gold Dot
At 45,000 psi, the .327 Fed. Mag. the hottest-loaded defensive handgun cartridge on the market today.
Ruger SP101 in .327 Fed. Mag.
A perennial favorite double-action wheelgun is now available in a versatile new chambering.
Smith & Wesson Model 632 in .327 Fed. Mag. Gallery
The popular J-frame from Smith & Wesson is now available chambered for the versatile .327 Fed. Mag.
.327 Fed. Mag. Buffalo Bore 100-grain JHP
The .327 Fed. Mag. is a cartridge worthy of respect, as these tests demonstrate.
Ruger Expands with LCR in .327 Fed. Mag.
Ruger introduced the Ruger LCR in .327 Fed. Magnum, the newest variation of the revolutionary LCR.
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.
Smith & Wesson Model 632 in .327 Fed. Mag.
Smith & Wesson's first revolver chambered for the versatile .327 Fed. Mag. is a great choice for concealed carry and self-defense.
Ruger LCR .327 Fed. Mag. Revolver
Ruger’s newest offering in its LCR revolver line offers potent power in a small package.
.327 Fed. Mag. 100-grain JSP
Federal considers this a plinking or practice load, but tests in 10 percent ordnance gelatin from a 4-inch-barreled Ruger GP 100 show this bullet will expand fairly well.
.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.