.32 Remington with 110 grain bullet

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.32 Remington with 110 grain bullet

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I never realized that .32 Remington was available at one time with a 110 grain "Hi-Speed" "Mushroom" pointed bullet.


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Really cool. I wonder how much more f.p.s they push than the 170's?

Never knew about them until i ran across that auction. That sure is a pricey box of ammo.

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I may have that info in one of my old books. I’ll try to find it for you.
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I’m sorry,but none of my books even list this 110 gr. Loading. The earliest book is 1932. So it may have been discontinued before that.
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I'd love to know a FPS on that round!
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So maybe it was discontinued between 1927 and 1932. I’m sure coyote hunters loved that round. However it must not have sold very well.
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2550fps is pretty smokin out of an 8/81. Look at the 87gr for the 25Rem, hot rod @ 2700fps!
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