ok, I have one, but don't know what ammunition works?

Well, not every .32 works the same. It seams that we are not really going to be able to tell everyone what will work in their individual pistol. All that I really can do is tell you what works very well in my pistol...

I'll list loads here that I have tried and have seemed to work fairly well
I bench rested a bunch of different loads from 1.4 to 2.1 in .1 grain
increments. When I bench rested the 2.0 grains of Bullseye with the
Hornady 90gr HBWC, it had a very nice group. However when I shot it
offhand it didn't do so well... It's a bit too powerfull. The 1.8
just seemed to work easier on the line. or course YMMV

I tossed the Meister in there because it's cheap. $32 per thousand.
it makes it much more economical to shoot for practice, even though it
doesn't seem to group as well. The Hornady is $28 per 400. ($32 with shipping)
If I end up shooting a bunch of that I'll probably test it out with 1.4 and 1.6gr

NOTE:I use bullseye because I got a 8lb keg for christmas
and I'm too cheap to buy different powders. It works well for .45
so I see no reason to change up for a differnt caliber
It makes the change to small primers much easier

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