- Tip-up barrel
- Soft recoil
- Lackluster sights
- Heavy trigger
A metal-framed .32 ACP semi-automatic pistol is almost an oddity in today’s world. Despite this, the Tomcat is an interesting pistol. A tip-up barrel means you never have to rack the slide, making it accessible to just about every shooter regardless of strength or dexterity. The .32 ACP cartridge is also extremely soft shooting, and even with a heavier trigger, this gun is accurate and fun to shoot.
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The Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 380 features a 2.75-inch barrel, a 6+1 capacity of .380 ACP, and an unloaded weight of only 12.3 ounces. This double-action-only pistol also includes a manual safety. With an extremely light overall weight and small footprint, the Bodyguard makes for a solid choice when it comes to concealed carry.
There is no denying that the Beretta Tomcat 3032 is an aging design in a world chock-full of 1-inch wide micro-compact pistols with high capacity. However, the Tomcat is very easy to operate, and the recoil is absurdly mild. This gun is so much fun to shoot while still remaining concealable, even by today’s standards. A heavy trigger and tiny sights make this gun a bit of a chore to shoot if you are trying for extreme accuracy, but everything else makes up for its shortcomings. This gun isn’t for everyone, but for those interested in a small, soft-shooting, pocket-sized gun that is oozing with that cool factor, the Tomcat may be worth a look.
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