I recently located the box of UMC .32 Colt New Police Mid-Range cartridges shown below. The mid-range cartridge is similar to the .32-44 S&W Target cartridge, having a flat nose conical lead bullet seated deep in the case with just the nose of the bullet protruding a bit past the case mouth. I had never seen a UMC example of this cartridge, but have seen the WRA Co loading. I assume production by UMC was quite limited, but have no catalogs or production information to support my assumption. Winchester first listed the mid-range load in 1907, but did not list it in 1908, then listed it again from 1917 through 1930 according to Dan Shuey (WRA Co Headstamped Cartridges & Their Variations). Assuming this load was introduced around 1907, when Winchester first listed it, that would allow only about 5 or 6 years of production by UMC prior to their merger with Remington Arms.