.32-20 WCF or 32/20 Winchester, 120 gr. Lead, One Box of 50
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One Box of 50 Cartridge: .32-20 Winchester or 32 WCF new production loaded with a 120 grain lead projectile and a “W-W 32-20 WIN” head-stamp. Loaded to SAAMI Standards.
Please Note: Because this cartridge is used in both a pistol or rifle firearm, it is listed in both Shooting and Collectible Pistol and Rifle Sections.
History of 32-20 Winchester caliber: This cartridge should not be confused with the 32 W.S.L. Winchester, 32-40 Winchester and the 32 Winchester Special; those are all different from the 32-20 W.C.F. The 32-20 Winchester or 32-20 WCF (for Winchester Center Fire) or also called just plain 32 Winchester, was introduced in 1882 as a “black powder” cartridge for the Model 73 lever-action rifle. It was not long after the introduction that most other manufacturers were making rifles and pistols for the caliber as it was very popular as a mid-power cartridge for the day for small to mid-size game out to 150 yards, but under-powered for deer size game. The most popular firearm this caliber was chambered in, was the Colt “Police Positive” pistol.