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7.65 French MAS Pistol Cases* (32 French Long) - Product Review
Item: 7.65FRENCHMAS  Temporarily Unavailable - Back-Orders OK
Manufacturer: Buffalo Arms Co.
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 4.333333 stars
(based on 3 reviews)
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Reviewed By: Matt M.
Review Date: 7/20/2015
Brass is uniform and very well made but as another reviewer notes the rims swell and become deformed with every reload. It runs perfectly with first reload and gets more unreliable as I use them in a MAS-38 {first posted under the dies accidently}***We can see about making the rims thicker, but this may make the cases to far out of spec. to function. Dave***

Reviewed By: Jeff E.
Review Date: 2/9/2015
It's good clean firing ammo ! Cycled flawlessly ! It's great to see someone making quality ammo for this little piece of history !! If you have one of these guns this is the ammo that will give you loads of enjoyment !!

Reviewed By: Michael S.
Review Date: 10/8/2013
Although this product performs well, I think you'd be better served by using the new 327 Federal mag brass, it has to be thicker in the lower part of the brass, since it runs a pressure of 45,000 PSI, and therefore would not swell as bad as the reformed 32 S&W long brass does, just my 2 cents worth of thought. I think the 1935A is a pretty strong pistol and could take a pretty good load, in fact I've even loaded 5.7 grains of AA7 behind a 90 gr Hornady XTP .309 dia., it really slung the brass and flattened the primer much more than the earlier load of 3.0 grains of Titegroup!
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