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Beretta 3032 Tomcat Reviews

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Postby johnnyz » Mon Oct 10, 2011 9:06 am

Blev, my S&W 360 is lighter than the Tomcat 3032. It is so comfortable in my front pants pocket that I often forget it is there. 13 oz with a stainless cylinder.



Tomcat held 7 shots of .32. S&W hold 5 shots of .38 or .357



Not trying to sell the S&W as it is not cheap, but it is a no brainer to me on reliability, comfort and power.



I suppose you can throw a non-functioning Tomcat at a BG's head though.
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Postby tony101365 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:23 pm

I have own my Beretta .32 Tomcat since 2000. I have fired it it many times for shooting practice and just plain fun. I can not recall ever having a jam and as I always clean my weapon after it's use and check it very well I have never seen a crack in no frame or anything loose to report. It is very reliable and for it's size it will put a hurting on anyone at less than 10 yards away. I have had many revolvers and pistols and shot from a 1911 to a M16. I'm a USMC veteran and I will endorse the Beretta .32 Tomcat anytime.
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Postby johnnyz » Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:58 am

tony101365, Perhaps you are lucky or have not noticed the crack. The reports and experiences of reliable frame failure are rampant. The failure of Beretta to acknowledge their design fault is just as reliable. This little .32 piece of disappointment has turned me away from any weapon with the name Beretta on it.



Post again when you find the crack.
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