.32 Extra Short Rimfire Cartridge by U.M.C.
Item #: Z6933
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Z6933 .32 Extra Short Rimfire Cartridge by U.M.C.
Description: Scarce .32 extra short rimfire cartridge manufactured by The Union Metallic Cartridge company of Bridgeport, Connecticut. These were produced for use in the Minneapolis and Chicago palm pistols, the Remington-Rider magazine pistol, and a few single shot pistols. A decent example with a round nose bullet and a single grease groove or cannelure. There is a little oxidation on the bullet and spotting on the copper case.
Headstamp: Impressed "U”
Measures: OAL .636” CL .369” RD .379” HD .316” CM .315” BDaCM .312”
Reference: "U.S Cartridges and Their Handguns” Suydam Pg. 90-91
Recovered: "The American Cartridge” Suydam Pg. 71-72
Item # Z6933
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