Great Chart! Only thing missing is my personal pocket pistol, a Colt Mustang Pocketlite .380 (a gun I'm in love with, BTW).
I had been looking for a moderately priced NAA .32NAA caliber(for stoping power) but just recently decided not to get partly for the same reason listed, and accuracy and a lot of bad reviews. I think for the money a Bersa is the route, plus very good reviews. I would change my clothes preferences to accomodate my carry issues if I needed to carry that much. NAA is in the process of changing vendors, away from Taurus, and should be delivering to distributors in Sept. I heard they plan no new design changes, so I disappointedly decided to choose something else for now.DocChronos said:I have been carrying the NAA .32 as a back pocket "church gun" for several years. It's a reliable shooter, although it does tend to beat up your hand with much range time. I figure in a hot situation, I won't notice the sore hand. It also likes to stovepipe the last round in the magazine, but it's easy to clear when you change the mag and chamber a new round.