Category: Shotguns and Smoothbores
The Remington Model 32 is a type of hunting rifle, designed by C.C. Loomis, who is an inventor and a hunter. This gun model was manufactured by the oldest American-based business, the Remington Arms Company, LLC. The business started manufacturing of this gun and introduce in the year 1932, but it stopped production in the year 1944, with a total production of 5100 guns.
The Remington Model 32 rifle is designed with a beautiful look with more than 95 % of the blue color stunning wood. It is equipped with full choke .022 mod lower and .032 Upper bbl with a bore of .725.
The Remington Model 32 rifle, which is a 12-gauge over and under shotgun, offers an excellent ballistic performance with the barrel length of 30 inches. It can offer the best shooting performance with the bullet of mass 11 grams, with the velocity of 644 meters per second and with a power of 2280 joules. It is a 12 caliber gauge rifle, with break-open action type, automatic ejectors, initially featured with two triggers, but a single choosy trigger has turned out to be a standard feature in the year 1938.
The elaborate Remington Model 32 hunting gun features gold relief representations of hunting dogs on the SN 1462 receiver. The gun is incorporated with a sliding breech cover that fastens the barrels into position from the top. The plaster locks the action and offers protection from every blowback from a penetrated shot shell primer. Moreover, the unique feature to the Remington Model 32 rifle is short of fillets between barrels. The Remington used a muzzle casing to let the barrels expand and contract devoid of locking one barrel to the other barrel.
The Remington Model 32 was a hard-luck firearm. To be an over or under rifle in the year 1931, it was to be noticeable as strange, to contain split barrels was actually strange, and to be costly in the third year of the Great Depression was more or less fatal. This rifle model was made in very small quantities from 1941 to 1947, when it was discarded. Probably only 5100 guns were manufactured during this period. The Remington Model 32 was a magnificent design, far ahead of its era, and today this rifle comes in the form of the Kreighoff K-80, which is fundamentally the same rifle and is much-loved by competitive shooters all over the world.
Grades offered to the gun
It is a standard 32A-grade rifle with serial numbers, ranging from 100 to 6100. Other grades offered to the Remington Model 32 rifle include:
· Target Grade - 32TC
· Trap Special Grade - 32S
· Tournament Grade - 32D
· Premier Grade - 32F
· Expert Grade - 32E
· Skeet Grade - 32
The Kreighoff K-80 legend started in the early 1950′s when a collection of shooting fans took the design of the withdrawn Remington Model 32 to Europe looking for a gun maker. In West Germany, they discovered H. Krieghoff GmbH who is one among the top arms manufacturers of the world, and within some years the original Krieghoff Model 32 rifles were manufactured. As the heir to the Remington Model 32, the Kreighoff K-80 carries on a custom of quality copied on the skeet and the entrap fields of the United States and takes pleasure in a budding reputation in global shooting circles, too.