Glock 32 .357 Compact Pistol

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8.9

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I have owned my Glock 32 for 11 years now and I still enjoy shooting it. It usually stays at home or in the car and still looks like new. I had it fitted with Tritium night sights on the rear and they still glow in the dark even after 11 years. The recoil is considerably less than the .40 S&W round. It is definately my choice for personal defense if ever needed.

7

Good

The rate of twist is 15 to 1. To slow. Accuracy suffers a little. But at legal self defense distance this is no issue. I have had MANY GLOCK hand guns and they are the finest hand gun you can own. Glock 20 n10mm is my all time fav. For conceal carry when your life and your family members lives are on the line. Glock is the only choice. My choice-Glock 32 in 357 sig.

8.9

Great

I have owned alot of different hand guns over the last few years, but the 32 has been my gun of choise for nearly two years. the 357 sig. is fast and has a very manageable recoil. it is a 9mm on steroids. easier to coneal than my commander para 45 and has six more rounds. if your looking for a great handgun you need to check one out....

6.8

Fair

I just bought the G32 after agonizing over my three narrowed down choices of G19, G23 or G32. I finally decided on the G32 for it's power and speed. I expected all sorts of snappy recoil and to only be able to shoot it for a bit due to this. I was pleasantly surprised by its very manageable recoil. I love this gun. It's my first Glock. (Likely not to be the last) I plan on getting aftermarket barrels so I can shoot reloads in 9mm and 40. I do find it less easy to conceal than my other smaller handguns. Other than that, It's great.

6.3

Fair

this is the only glock I carry concealed. powerful accurate and very dependable.

7

Good

I shoot my Glock 20sf regularly 10m is great! but to have a compact like the G-32 which is lighter and smaller than G-29sf, and still puts out .357 mag ballistics with 14rds! Thats a Dynamo in a small package! I'm getting one soon and a .40 cal KKM Precision conversion barrell too. What a combo! perfect couple that with a Kahr P-45. Booya! Bang ! Bang !

6.3

Fair

Sal

The glock 32 is a powerful gun that is really fun to shoot. The ammo is a little expensive, but what do you want with the power to stop someone with one shot. If you buy this gun you will not want another. Glock is the best on the market.

8.4

Great

Sal

Great gun. Glock 32 is a powerful gun and fun to shoot. Glock guns are the best on the market. The 357sig ammo is a little expensive but what a powerful round. So buy it and you will not want Any other.

7.5

Good

I have the Glock 32. It handles real well... shot over 4000 rounds, still feels and looks like new.....easy to clean, conceal and carry...has enough stopping power for a mid size handgun....bought 40S&W replacement barrel, two powerful handguns into one.....what else can i say.:)

7.4

Good

Glock makes three models in 357 sig caliber.The service pistol is the Glock31 with a 4.5 " barrel.The compact is the Glock 32 with 4" barrel.The model 33 is the subcompact with 3.5" barrel.The Glock 32 is the 357 pistol that would fit most people's hands the best.Even small hands would prefer it to the G33.The G32 splits the difference between the G31 and G33.The 357 sig caliber is actually a 9mm but it was named the 357 to illustrate it's purpose for existing.In most 125 gr loadings the 357 sig from a 4" barrel approximates 1350 fps muzzle velocity.Some ammo makers add a little more powder and take it to 1450 fps,( the same as a 357 magnum 125 gr loading )What you have in the G32 is comfortably sized ,very reliable,durable,easy to field strip,accurate,light weight 13 shot pistol that is reasonably easy to conceal.It is a 13+1 ( G31 15 shot magazines fit the G32 )357 magnum eqivalent.For maximum concealability it dissappears in a belly band holster even under a tee shirt.In a holster i...[Read More]

8.8

Great

I have a glock 19, 23 and 32. The 19 is what it is and its just fine. The 40 is what is and is just fine. The 32 is the perfect combination of both and again, it is what it is. The recoil is faster on the 32 than the 23 so it is not actually felt as much. Capacity is the same. Ballistics on the 32 (.357 sig round) are incredible. With the bottleneck of the round and the snappy slide recoil you have your highest possible percentage of chambering a round properly every time. Add the fact that it is a Glock and you cannot beat it. I plink all day long with the 19 but when slf defense comes into play I only carry the 32......actually the 33. I have the 26, 27 and 33. Really I just have two gun frames. I have the 23 and the 27 but have both 9mm and .357 barrels for both and its awsome! Final note. I do like the 45 and I do like other makes such as Springfield XD and Smith & Wesson M&P. This is only my choice. I hope to never have to use them except for sport. Good luck.

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