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Army Trade-In M32 40MM Grenade Launchers Released For Sale

TUCSON, AZ – May 3, 2019 – MILKOR USA INC has just released a small group of Army trade-in original M32 40mm Grenade Launchers for public sale. Only 53 units are ever being made available, and a number of them have already been claimed.

The M32 is a hand-held, gas-operated, semi-automatic, six-shot 40mm grenade launcher. Proudly made in the USA, the M32 fires all DODIC NATO and Standard 40mm (40x46mm) Low Velocity, Lethal, and Less Lethal grenades. All six of the M32s 40mm grenades can be fired in three seconds, effectively covering an area of 20 x 60 meters without reloading the weapon. With Low Velocity Grenades, the M32 is accurate for pin-point targets at distances of up to 125 meters, and has a maximum range of 400 meters.

Each sale will include: (1) M32 Grenade Launcher, (1) M2A1 Reflex Sight, (1) carry bag, (1) sling, and (1) 40mm cleaning kit. Some accessories may not be original issued equipment, but original issued equipment will be allocated on a first come, first served basis (while supplies last). Some launchers have been repaired or upgraded with current M32A1 generation parts. All launchers are functional, but as actual issued and fielded weapons, they have varying degrees of wear. Some launchers may have squad markings etched or painted on the exterior. Other signs of use/customization by the original user may be present.

Buyer is responsible for taxes, transfer costs, and all other applicable fees. Full payment is required to begin ATF transfer paperwork. If the Form 4 is denied, we will refund all payments less a $200.00 processing fee. Guns are sold AS-IS. Buyer must sign an end-user agreement. 

MILKOR USA INC info@milkorusainc.com 520-888-0203

28 Responses to “Army Trade-In M32 40MM Grenade Launchers Released For Sale”

  1. Mr Mxyzptlk says:

    Gas-operated?

    • Rob says:

      Yes. The cylinder is too heavy to be part of the trigger pull like a normal DA revolver. Instead the cylinder is wound before being loaded. Then a gas piston activates a mechanism to move the cylinder to the next to fire position. I thought it was a mistake as well when I first read the description until I got on the range with one.

      • Howard says:

        No, spring driven. The user rotates the cylinders when reloading.

        • Rob says:

          Read what I wrote. The action is wound while reloading like I stated. A gas piston is what engages the spring mechanism to move to the next position and allows the wound spring to advance the cylinder. If the initial trigger pull doesn’t fire the round the cylinder will not advance because the gas piston did not trigger the spring to move the next to fire round into position.

  2. Howard says:

    Despite me being the only person in the world that dislikes the M32, I’m sorely tempted to buy one for the bragging rights. I am curious what the cost is.

  3. Zack S says:

    What do I need to do to start the process of purchasing?

  4. ERIK SOLBERG says:

    Price per unit is $15K, only 53 available.

  5. Bill Gaines says:

    I’m an FFL dealer with my class3 license. I would like to see about getting one of the m32’s.

  6. Interested in the M32 system with accessories.

  7. Patrick Sweeney says:

    I thought there had been a Clinton-era directive that surplus firearms be destroyed, rather than let us taxpayers have a chance at them.

    • straps says:

      Maybe it’s classified as a “destructive device” as opposed to a firearm? Just speculating here.

  8. Walker says:

    So im assuming I’d actually be able to purchase ammo for this??

    • DangerMouse says:

      I’m guessing you’ll have to transfer this as a destructive device on a regular form-4.

      After that, you should be able to purchase smoke and chalk rounds. Tear gas if you can find a dealer that will sell it to you.

      Lethal rounds would require a form-4 and tax stamp for each and every round.

  9. Stirling Wright says:

    Thank you for youre time!

  10. Charles says:

    What’s the cost on the M32 40mm grenade launcher?
    Thanks

  11. Scott Campbell says:

    What is the pricing on these? Thank you

  12. Vernon Primeaux says:

    I’m interested in purchasing one of these M32 Grenade Launchers. I can take delivery at Gator Guns, on Cites Service Hwy., Sulphur, Louisiana. How much is the cost, and what other information do you need from me?

  13. Toni Horn says:

    I am ready to purchase. Please forward availability.

    Thank you,

    Toni Horn
    775-265-1182

  14. Shawn says:

    I am interested

  15. I would like to purchase one of the 53 grenade launchers being released. Do you have a price?

  16. Nate says:

    Those asking how to buy this is the comment section will never actually buy one…

    • Bill says:

      Don’t bet on that.

      While this is dirt cheap for a select fire weapon, it’s pretty pricey for a DD (destructive device). With only 54 being released, like select fire weapons that are transferable and numbers capped in 86 by Ronald Reagan , it will be an nbrstmemy, unlike an M79 or 203 that can be purchased all day long brand new

  17. 700Pirate says:

    I used the original milkor launcher in africa late, early 2000s, Devastating on vehicles that do not want to stop. Low velocity that time, HEDP. Older Armson OEG sight. very very reliable.

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