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Wife is again carrying an old Kel-Tec. We both carried one for a long time. She also has a Beretta in .32 she often carries. They work for her as she is very recoil sensitive. Nothing that small in .380 ever works for her but the .32's work fine.
 
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Thanks for the reply. It’s especially meaningful because the Beretta 32 is what I was thinking of carrying in the city. I’ve never carried at home, only when we’ve gone camping, and that was with a Smith and Wesson 380 EZ. My B32 is bulky, which is why I posed the question.
 
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I did for a few years in a ortgies .I think its under powered for real bad situations , but the accuracy at 30 ft .might have made up for it.
But in a old cz , zastava ,beretta , fn ,colt , ppk .ect in good shape i would trust over any modern pistol.
A tomcat pockets well and is reliable
 
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I don’t usually carry, but I am amazed at the accuracy I get from my Mauser 1914 and Beretta 81. Even the Zastava 70 is great. No recoil and accurate follow-on shots. I completely understand why the .32acp / 7.65 Browning was the go-to caliber for pocket carry in the past.
 
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Wife has a Beretta Tomcat .32 she commonly carries.
I have often (over thirty years now) carried a Seecamp .32. Has been my prophylactic of choice when working I.T. projects in retail and office locations where discretion was a must.
Do I prefer to carry something more substantial when possible? Yes, however it's better than nothing, also makes for a great BUG.:(
 
For years I favored a Colt 1907 pocket pistol in 32 acp. Its virtues were friendly carry, natural pointer, nearly 100% reliable. Prized it for years till incredible $$$ opportunity to explore modern options.
Down side was tiny tiny sights & anemic ballistics.
The P32 keltek replacement didn't survive 15 months pocket carry, low use only. After 4 trips to factory it found home with dealer that sold it to me.
A Walther PP 32 was pleasant, accurate, reliable. Also quite pudgy for the caliber.
32 acp remains marginal ballistics.
 

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