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Darn it Swede, now ya got me wantin one! ;)
Seriously, that's a fine lookin revolver, the grips look pristine. Are the rounds full length brass with the bullet loaded inside? That's the way it looks in the pics to me, kinda like a 38 Special wad-cutter round.
 

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Yes, the bullets are below the mouth. When you pull the trigger the cylinder moves forward to seal against the barrel. The longer case helps to make the seal and is supposed to add 100-200 fps.
 

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Didn't add that I have never shot the 7.62x25 ammo through it yet. Only the .32 long, will probably pick some up over the winter.
 

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O'Reilly--I like your holster, it's in better shape than mine. I also like the star logo on the pistol.

I've only shot one .32 long round so far. The case expanded quite a bit and the case had to be pushed out. Does yours do that?
 

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At one time there was someone marketing extra cylinders for these revolvers in 7.65 mm (or possibly .32 long).
 

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FAC in Minnesota is selling .32 auto cylinders for $45. I bought one. It's made in Korea and is a real piece of crap. The cylinder pin bore is half again as big as the pin so the cylinder moves around to much and will not rotate.

I had the pistol out yesterday and although the cases expand (.32 S&W long) it shot pretty good. Of course I forgot to bring the .32 mag's along.
 
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