I have been home a month from Afghanistan and finally got a "range pass". My son and I had a hoot shooting the Marlin 1894 32 Magnum that was converted to 327 Federal magnum. We shot it at 50 yards. Brockman's did the job and functioning was great, he also put the sights on. The range faces due south so we had problems with the sun in our eyes. My groups were strung horizonally, I attribute that to the sun. By the way that red diamond is "real little" at 50 yards!!
Functioning and feeding operation on the marlin was very reliable and with more practice I am sure I can tighten the groups up.
My wife bought me a S&W K-32 my wife had bought me two years ago. It was sad it took two years to get to shoot it. I included a comparison picture of the .327 versus the .32 long. We had the range to ourselves and got to practice good marksmanship, gun safety and checking out the targets frequently. My son got pretty good calling his shots. We also verified our zero's with our deer rifles, both are in 270. He outshot me, with a 1 inch group.