Magnum – .32 H&R and .327
Now we're getting somewhere. Both of these cartridges fire a similar sized projectile (usually somewhere in the neighborhood of 85-95 grains), and can pack a pretty decent punch. Furthermore, they both generally tend to be controllable in terms of recoil, which can only mean that you're able to rapid fire much more accurately. This is great for those times when six .32 H&R Magnum holes in your attacker are better than one from a bigger projectile. These tend to be harder to find on the shelves, however, and may need to be purchased online.