I'm here to learn about my new to me KelTec P32.
Not new to firearms or forums just KelTec.
All of my other pistols are metal, wood, with hammers, and carried in leather holsters or Mexican Carry just stuffed in my waistband.
That right there probably tells you that I'm an old man.
Anyway, I appreciate the hospitality.
I HAD a P32. It worked just fine. I readily found a buyer, but regret selling it. I "upgraded" to a P3AT, since it was a big increase in foot pounds of energy. Well, with that big increase came a very big increase in kick, muzzle flash, and increased time to get back on target. I think the cheaper 380 ammo was a false savings, as I shoot it even less. I have comfortable 380's in my Bersa Thunder, and find my Kahr PM9 and Boberg S the smallest 9s that I will routinely use for practice.