What 32 is this?


#1

What .32 pistol cartridge is this? It’s longer than the .32ACP and though it states its for a Mannlicher pistol, isn’t this Spanish made?


#2

7.65 Mannlicher ctg for the M1900,1901 and 1905 Mannl;icher auto pistol. The M1905 was an official sidearm of the Argentine Army which would explain the Spanish label.


#3

[quote=“Shotmeister”]What .32 pistol cartridge is this? It’s longer than the .32ACP and though it states its for a Mannlicher pistol, isn’t this Spanish made?
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Orange is right, you have a box of 7,65 Mannlicher ammo produced by the “Borghi” small arms ammunition factory (today “Fray Luis Beltran” ammunition factory) for the 1905 Mannlicher pistol wich was the standard argentine army sidearm until it was replaced by the 1911 .45 ACP, and the Browning Hi Power.
Nice one !!!.


#4

[quote=“DGFM”][quote=“Shotmeister”]What .32 pistol cartridge is this? It’s longer than the .32ACP and though it states its for a Mannlicher pistol, isn’t this Spanish made?
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Orange is right, you have a box of 7,65 Mannlicher ammo produced by the “Borghi” small arms ammunition factory (today “Fray Luis Beltran” ammunition factory) for the 1905 Mannlicher pistol wich was the standard argentine army sidearm until it was replaced by the 1911 .45 ACP, and the Browning Hi Power.
Nice one !!!.[/quote]

Forgot it !!!, it


#5

Thanks.
Funny, Cartridges of the World did not show that.


#6

[quote=“Shotmeister”]Thanks.
Funny, Cartridges of the World did not show that.[/quote]

Even Cartridges of the World is a good basic book, there are more specific and accurate books, and regarding Argentina you will be suprised with the crazy things we made here.
Warmest regards !!!.