^-- This. However most folks will think that if you can get a .380 in a .32 package, that's the way to go. I don't particularly agree, not only for the reasons above, but because the .32 gives you another round.I think the .380 ACP might be too much of a good thing in guns the size and weight of the LCP/P3AT. The .32 ACP, on the other hand, is fun to shoot even the the tiny P32, and I suspect the .32 ACP isn't as hard on the small parts required to make such a small gun work.
Hello,I'm guessing the P32 has sold more overall but I'm curious, which are they selling more of these days- P32 OR P3AT? I'm sure someone here will have the answer.