.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.
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.
.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.
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.
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.
.327 Fed. Mag. Buffalo Bore 130-grain Hard Cast
The .327 Fed. Mag. offers a lot of advantages, but how does a hard-cast bullet perform in the versatile cartridge?
Ruger SP101 in .327 Fed. Mag.
A perennial favorite double-action wheelgun is now available in a versatile new chambering.
Ruger Expands with LCR in .327 Fed. Mag.
Ruger introduced the Ruger LCR in .327 Fed. Magnum, the newest variation of the revolutionary LCR.