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32 Auto 50gr Xtreme Cavitator Ammunition

32 Auto 50gr Xtreme Cavitator Ammunition

SKU : 12310050S

$ 26.50

  • Cartridge:  32 Auto
  • Bullet weight (gr):  50
  • FTM - Fluid Transfer Monolithic
  • Box qty:  20
  • Velocity (fps):  925
  • OAL (in):  .945
  • Penetration (in):  13.5
  • Wound cavity (in):  1.5
*Patent Pending
Note:  Feeding Capabilities
The list below will outline which 32 Auto's we tested the XC's in and which Guns we have been notified by our customers that there have been feeding concerns:
Tested / Verified
    Berretta 32 Tomcat
    Kel-Tec P-32
Noted Concerns
    Walther PP Manurhn 7.62 

Barrier Performance Chart per FBI Protocol 

Gel Shots

The following Gel Shot was taken when we completed our Sheet Metal Barrier Testing.  When we conducted the test we put the XC up against 2 Leading Brand Jacketed Hollow Point Bullets.  The XC was the only one to Penetrate two layers of Sheet Metal.

The following Gel Shot is the Barrier Test for Auto Glass.  In the Auto Glass test we also tested 2 Lead Brand Hollow Point Bullets and the XC achieved 8 to 9 inches of penetration.


1. All handguns must be broken-in per the manufacturer’s instructions.
2. Once the handgun is broken-in per the manufacturer’s instructions, it must be properly maintained.

Suppressor Safe - The projectile is machined from solid bar stock.  This is not a frangible bullet produced from powdered metal.

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Xtreme Cavitator

 There are many excellent older cartridges with performance constrained by the metallurgy available for the firearms at the time they were designed. Some are so good, as in the 45-70 Government, they have been updated for modern pressures and re-released as modern cartridges, others, like the 32 ACP will probably remain with low operating pressures, due to the number of guns in existence.

  • CNC machined from solid copper or brass, not formed or swaged
  • Exceptional accuracy from the advanced manufacturing process

  • Barrier-blind projectile

  • Deep penetrating with large wound cavity

  • Expansion is initiated by hydraulic energy – expansion only where it is required