I have a P32. With the 10 round extended magazine, it is surprisingly accurate. After a year of mostly carrying, it developed a crack in the stock under the barrel. Fortunately Keltec warranties the pistol for life. Just prove ownership, ship it to them, it will be repaired and returned.
The .32 ACP round is not a .45, but it will work well in its intended purpose. The ballistics are pretty good, and arguably more accurate than a .380. I would not want not be shot with one. the extended magazine holds up to 10 rounds, and in inexpensive and available on the Keltec site.
I added a crimson trace laser to mine and it boosts my confidence in low light scenarios.