Glaser safety slugs were invented to give superior stopping power over conventional bullets. Glaser blue uses a #12 shot core of over 220 fragments for maximum ricochet and overpenetration. Glaser silver uses a #6 core of 31 fragments to penetrate 50 % deeper. Both blue and silver have the same bullet weights, velocity and muzzle energy in a given caliber.
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Caliber : 32 North American Arms
Bullet Type : Round Nose
Bullet Weight : 55 GR
Muzzle Energy : 191 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity : 1250 fps
Rounds/box : 6 PK
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Submitted By: Charles H. On 06/20/2014
I thought we owned these great Glaser BLUE Safety Slugs in every caliber they made. Then, enter - stage - left.....the North American Arms .32NAA round.
Fits my wife's Guardian perfectly for the intended purpose. Equally happy in the DiamondBack .32NAA Barrel Conversion I'm sure....too. They fit in the standard .380 magazines...since they are just a necked-down .380 using a .32 bullet diameter to UP THE ANTE' in belly-gun ballistics.
I'm beginning to wonder why nobody's come up with full-moon clips so we can shoot these little babies out of the .327 Magnum's that are fast becoming cult favorites in my neck of the woods?
A half dozen SERIOUS rounds that belie the .32 caliber designation and take performance to the next level.
Thanks GLASER ~ you've given me reason to search out new shootin-irons in this caliber on my gun-shop pilgrimages.
[5 of 5 Stars]