Colt Model M in .32 ACP

Colt Model M General Officers Pistol

Once a market leader for concealed-carry pistols, this handgun eventually became a badge of honor issued to those with stars on their epaulettes.

James Bond’s Walther PP & PPK

How many articles about the Walther PPK have started out with, “Bond, James Bond,” and then delved into the film history of Ian Fleming’s greatest secret agent?

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.

The FN Model 1910

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

New for 2020: Beretta Bobcat and Tomcat

Beretta is offering threaded-barrel options of its Bobcat and Tomcat models.

Kel-Tec P-32: The Most-Influential Handgun in the Last 20 Years

Sometimes a small gun can have outsized effect. Here's why the Kel-Tec P-32 deserves more credit than it gets.

Classic Guns: Colt Model 1908 General Officer's Pistol

Even Colt’s diminutive .380 ACP found its way to war. Here's an example of the Model 1908 General Officer's pistol, used by Brig. Gen. Ridgely Gaither in WWII.

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?

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.

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.

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