Any of you Gun Nuts R Us ever heard of a Deutsche Werke Pocket Automatic .32 ACP caliber pistol Ortgies patent? Here's a photo I found: I googled the heck out of it down to the last post on the last page and found out they were made in Germany up until the mid to late 1920s, it's single-action with a grip safety and was manufactured in .25, .32 and .380, or 6.35, 7.65 and 9x17mm. It's supposedly an accurate pistol for its small size and was widely used by German army officers and police through WWII. About 200,000 were manufactured during the '20s and many were imported to the U.S. According to various "experts" I found in my Google search, it's either highly collectible and worth up to $500 or not collectible at all and worth no more than $125. I found prices in my Google search ranging from $300 to $500. A local shop has one in .32 ACP with a 3.25" barrel and an 8-round clip for $195. I've got no experience with pocket pistols. Frankly I've always thought .380 is about as small as you should go for self-defense, but what do I know? Not much. Until this month, I thought 9mm was too small and now I got two 9mm pistols. I know DocChronos totes a .32 pocket pistol, so at least one guy on this board thinks .32 isn't too small. What think ye, fellow Steyroids?