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  1. Sold All Gone

    All Items Sold
    Ammo, Components & Reloading Items: 2 Sets Lee 32-20 Reloading Dies, 1 Lee 32-20 Factory Crimp Die, 1 Dillon 550 32-20 Conversion Kit Condition/Extras: Lightly used. Less than 50 rounds loaded. Price: Lee Die Sets- $35.00 Each, Factory Crimp Die- $10.00, Dillon 550 Conversion Kit- $50.00...
    $35 USD
  2. 32-40 38-55/375 & Other Non Standard Caliber
    I have both a marlin 1893 chambered in 38-55 and a marlin 1894 chambered in 32-20. I am wondering if they are able to run modern ammo safely. I have saved all my casings from older ammunition that I have, but I know the least bit about reloading them. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
  3. New Member Introductions
    Inherited a few rifles to find out that one of them is a Marlin Lever Action. Serial number puts it as date of manufacture 1890. 32-20 stamped on the barrel- Marlin Safety on top of the receptacle. Seems to be in great shape. I know it has been hanging on a wall for the last 55 years. Don't...
  4. Marlin Collectors
    Just added a model 27 in 32-20 to the herd. Pre Safety about midway through the production, #37xx. Waiting on firing pin and mainspring. The latter, mainspring appears to have been homemade, nothing wrong with that if you do the job correctly. It's twice the thickness of the original which...
  5. 32-40 38-55/375 & Other Non Standard Caliber
    I have had the hypenated bug for a while and I am lookin at the 32-20 in a handgun. Elmer Keith and Skeeter Skelton both loved them,but some say you should stay with a 38 special, because a 32-20 is "outdated and obsolete". I am considering getting one,but I have heard handloading is very...
  6. Handguns
    Do any of y'all know where you can get a revolver in 32-20 or 327. I can't find any anywhere
  7. Marlin Collectors
    I love to shoot old guns. Here is a Marlin 1888 in 32-20. Plinking at 25 yards.
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