.32 maxi ball

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mudcreek

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Any suggestions as to source for .32 maxiball? Plan to try them in a traditions crockett
 

brewer12345

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I believe Track of the Wolf sells the bullets and the mold.

If you try them, please update us on their performance vs. round ball.
 

bubba.50

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A feller on gunbroker has 500 for $49.00 and that includes free shipping. I’ve bought from him a couple times & he makes a good bullet.

I have it saved if you’d like his info send me a PM
 

mudcreek

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I found some on blank blank. Not sure about the true diameter, but they are cheep enough to try.
 

bore_butter

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hope your have better luck than I did with the TOTW 36cal maxi balls. the diameter of the bottom was so large that it almost took a ball peen hammer to get them started. I wound up melting them into .50 call maxis.
 

Griz44Mag

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hope your have better luck than I did with the TOTW 36cal maxi balls. the diameter of the bottom was so large that it almost took a ball peen hammer to get them started. I wound up melting them into .50 call maxis.
Wow, I'll bet they are REALLY hard to get started now! :)
 

QuinnTheEskimo

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I’ve got a .32 Maxiball mold but I’ve yet to find anything I need to shoot one at.
 

Bassdog1

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I love to shoot 32 cal and would like to get a good 32 maxi ball mold for my cherokee rifles the 1 in 30 twist should shoot them real good and I target shoot a lot.
 

deermanct

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I bought some from track of the wolf last year for my 32 Crockett. They shoot and load well. I don't recall what I paid for them but not too expensive.
 

rodwha

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What kind of twist is generally needed for it?

1:48” is a little slow for a .32, no? As in somewhat like 1:60 for a ~.50 and not so much suited for a conical?
 

dh9

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I purchased some from TOTW. Seem to shoot fine, but a lot more expensive than balls.
 
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