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.224 32 FA

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Type
  
Revolver

Designer
  
Freedom Arms, Inc.

Parent case
  
.327 Federal

Place of origin
  
United States

Designed
  
2009

Case type
  
Rimmed, bottleneck

The .224-32 FA is a proprietary cartridge designed in 2009 by Freedom Arms, Inc. for use in their Model 97 revolver. The .224-32 FA was designed to provide a high-performance .22 caliber centerfire cartridge that would work in a revolver, and is capable of taking varmints and predators up to the size of coyotes.

Firearms chambered for .224-32 FA

Currently (2011) there is only one factory chambered firearm in .224-32 FA, the Freedom Arms Model 97 revolver. It has a six shot cylinder, adjustable rear sights, and barrel lengths available in 4¼", 5½", 7½", and 10".

References

.224-32 FA Wikipedia