.32 Rimfire Long, N.A., Lead, 1 Cartridge not a Box, OUT
OUT of STOCK, LOOKING TO BUY! .32 Long Rimfire, Navy Arms, Brass Case, Lead, Click on Picture or Title for More details.
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One Cartridge, not a Box: .32 Long Rim-Fire, by Navy Arms of Brazil, early to mid. 1990s production. Brass case and lead projectiles, should fire, due to age, no one can guarantee they will fire due how they were stored, but we have had no complaints in over 650 sales of this item. No returns!
History of the .32 Long Rim-Fire cartridge: The 32 long rimfire was introduced in 1861 for the Smith & Wesson revolver and later in many pistols and rifles. Stevens made rifles until 1936. Ammunition manufacturing was discontinued in the late 1950s, except for a small production of Navy Arms brand by CBC of Brazil in the mid 1990s.