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Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

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ROHITMONA
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Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby ROHITMONA » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:44 pm

Dear friends, i have to choose between Smith wesson model 31-1 revolver in 32 s&w long cartridge and Ashani pistol.My query is that Sw revolver is v reliable but Iof pistol .32 acp ammo. Has more power and range. What should i select .32 sw long or 32 acp ammo weapon?

Thanks plz suggest



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Surbhit pandit
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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby Surbhit pandit » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:01 am

32 ACP Ashani pistol mark 2 is best option for you ,it is more powerful than 32 s&w long revolver.I have done many penitration tests of both ammunitions so according to me pistol is better option in mark 2 pistol you can carry 9 round in pistol,8 round in magazine and 1 in chamber.



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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby Prabhath » Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:44 am

The Smith & Wesson is a better quality weapon anyday. Try and test fire both and stick to what suits your requirement and budget.



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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby drshamsherrana » Thu Apr 19, 2018 7:40 am

Tho s&w long is ain't dat powerful but is very reliable unlike d ashani as it is a junk weapon n can freeze in btw shots
Again choice is urs
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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby SARGE7402 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 10:40 pm

You folks do understand that the .32 ACP (for the semi auto) is semi rimmed and will chamber and fire properly in a S&W revolver? I've fired hundreds in my Rossi with no ill effects.


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ROHITMONA
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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby ROHITMONA » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:57 pm

Guys finally opted fir Smith 2 inch snubby in absolute 100%condition with original box and accessories. Posting some pics for my friends



B25
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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby B25 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 11:02 pm

I guess you made the right choice.




drkarthikm
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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby drkarthikm » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:19 pm

ROHITMONA wrote:Guys finally opted fir Smith 2 inch snubby in absolute 100%condition with original box and accessories. Posting some pics for my friends

How much did you pay for it, I am also contemplating buying one , the gun looks unused, but the trigger and hammer are quiet loose , the dealer says it is a minor issue, but I was wondering an unused weapon should be tight to pull the hammer and trigger. Please enlighten me.



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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby drkarthikm » Wed Aug 15, 2018 11:47 am

Dear Rohitmona,
would appreciate if you can post some pictures and also your feedback on firing, accuracy of S&W, it would be of value and a guide for others like me looking at buying a S&W 31-1 snubby.
I fired the IOF mark 4 , the trigger & hammer pull is heavy , sparks fly off on the sides not pleasant to the hand and not a good weapon for quick use.
While the ashani IOF pistol is good and easy to use.
thanks.



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Re: Smith wesson 32 long revolver vs iof Ashani pistol

Postby drkarthikm » Sat Aug 18, 2018 7:37 pm

hi guys,
very disappointed with the members of the forum, people try to get all the information they wish to have but show little enthusiasm in sharing there personal experience with others which will help in deciding buying and handling hand guns.




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