.32 Smith & Wesson Longwith REM/UMC H/S by Remington, One Cartridge, not a Box!.
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One Cartridge not a Box: .32 Smith & Wesson Long )aka 32 S&W Long and .32 Colt NP for New Police, NOT .32 Colt) by the older Remington / UMC Company, (UMC = Union Metallic Company); with early “REM-UMC 32 COLT NP” headstamp and loaded with a 100 grain lead projectile.
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History of this caliber:
.32 Smith & Wesson Long, also called the .32 Colt New Police and .32-44 Target was developed for the Smith & Wesson first model, solid frame revolver introduced in 1903.
It was later chambered in the Harrington & Richardson (H&R) and Iver Johnson revolvers and some European countries.
This cartridge is considered the smallest cartridge adequate for police use in the USA and is still used by detectives and plain clothes officers.