Case Gauges for .32 cal. Revolvers
By Wild Bodie Tom
Case Gauges for .32 cal. Revolvers
.32 S&W Long.32 H&R Magnum.327 Federal Magnum
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Case Gauges allow you to test your reloads as you make them. But finding case gauges for .32 S&W Long, .32 H&R Magnum or .327 Federal Magnum is darn near impossible.

Wild Bodie Tom to the rescue!
Tom has these .32 cal. case gauges precision machined to SAAMI chamber specifications. To test a round, just drop it into the case gauge. If it fits into the case gauge correctly, you are assured that your reload meets SAAMI case dimension specs. This virtually eliminates the odds that you'll get to the range with cartridges that won't chamber properly.

Available for the Following Cartridges:
.32 S&W Long (T1427-SW) – Out of Stock
.32 H&R Mag. (T1427-HR) – Out of Stock
.327 Fed. Mag. (T1427-FED)

Note: Case gauges are sold individually.

NOTE: This Product has been Discontinued
The manufacturer has discontinued making these case gauges. The .32 S&W Long and .32 H&R Magnum are out of stock. Since .327 Federal Magnum is simply a longer version of the other two cartridges, you can use that case gauge to check .32 S&W Long and .32 H&R Magnum cartridges. The only limitation is you will not be able to check case length or COL … but those can easily be checked with calipers.


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.32 S&W Long
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.32 H&R Mag
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.327 Fed Mag
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To download the SAAMI Specs for these cartridges, click on the icons above.

Specifications
Gauge Dimensions Cut to SAAMI Specifications
Material 12L14 Steel
Diameter 1.0"

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
Thanks for Providing these Gauges.I have been shooting the 32 S&W and the 32 H&R Mag for years (and now the 327 FED MAG). Thanks to your company I have been able to obtain case gauges for those cartridges. The gauge for the 327 Fed Mag that I received from UniqueTek appears of excellent quality. Thanks for providing these gauges. I do not knw of any other source for 32 caliber gauges. Written by Clark C. on Tue 19 Jun 2018 8:00:42 PM GMT
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