Well, as of a few hours ago, it's my 32nd birthday, so I figured I would celebrate by going shooting in the morning, and taking along some of my .32's.
I'll be updating the thread with shooting results, after my time at the range, but first I thought I'd show a picture of a selection of .32 bullets so that folks who aren't familiar with them all would have a little reference if I talk about them later in the thread. There are a few absent examples from my collection of molds, but this is a pretty good representation of several of the designs available for the .32's.
L-R: .313" RB, custom 80 gn .315 DEWC, lee 85 gn TL DEWC, Lyman 313492 type 3 WC, Lyman 313445 SWC, Lee .314-90 TL SWC, Lyman 313631 GC SWC, Custom 110 gn .315 SWC, RCBS 32-098 SWC, Ideal 31133 HP, Lyman 311008 RNFP, Lee 100 gn .311 RN, Lyman 311410.
The custom WC mold is the most recent addition, it just came in today. The 110 GR SWC mold is also a recent addition, and was made by a custom maker here on the site, but I'm not sure if he's got the time to make more right now, so until he says so, I'll not mention him, other than to compliment the work. The cast iron mold is excellent to use, and the bullet is like a miniature 358477. It shoots very well from my guns
You can see the difference in the nose profile of the 31133 and the 311008, even though they are "supposed to be" the same other than the HP, another case of Lyman's mold cherry changes I suppose. The 311410 I have casts at .3135" and 128 gn. it's a bit heavy and long for most revolvers, but I use it in my .32 rifle to good effect.