I am a 1911 enthusiast. I love the .45 acp, because like me, it's short, fat, and slow but still gets the job done. But it is a little much for my wife. So I went out and found a Rock Island Armory Baby Rock for her. I don't want to get into the debate about .380 ACP being a lousy round. But interestingly the .380ACP is 85% the size of a .45ACP. So, the Baby Rock is an 85% scale model of a full frame 1911. Everyone I show the pistol thinks it's awesome. But no one's ever heard of it. It's actually hard to find because there isn't a lot of demand for it. The same is true of the Browning 1911-380. It's sad, because it's concealable, well made, and surprisingly accurate. Plus it isn't over powered feeling like some of the tiny .380s out there, or anemic feeling like a 380 built on a frame shared with a 9mm. Its a frame built for the .380. Plus my wife thinks its adirable that she has a miniature version of my full sized 1911. Out of curiosity, what unique or ingenious pistols have you owned that you feel like the public-at-large doesn't know about, dye to lack of marketing?