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Old 02-17-2008, 01:40 AM   #1
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Beretta 3032. Man this is a sweet little pistol for a back up weapon. Very well made. I'm going to get a pocket holster and a few more mags and I'll be set.

I only shot 8 rounds through it (with no troubles) and I'm very happy with this weapon so far.

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Old 02-17-2008, 11:45 PM   #2
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Well, I shot a total of 60 rounds threw this little Beretta without a hint of a problem. I threw a pop can into the snow and hit more than not at 30' or so. Very well made pistol.

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Old 02-18-2008, 06:52 AM   #3
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There's nothing wrong with a good backup gun.

However, the most important thing is making sure you have a good PRIMARY weapon.

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My primary weapon at the moment is a Beretta 92FS 9mm. I'll have the Beretta P4-Storm in a 45 caliber in a few weeks.

I'm trying to get all the guns I've been wanting to buy before the next election.

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My primary weapon at the moment is a Beretta 92FS 9mm. I'll have the Beretta P4-Storm in a 45 caliber in a few weeks.
The only things that count are their reliability, and your ability to handle them well in an adverse situation.

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I'm trying to get all the guns I've been wanting to buy before the next election.
That's the same advice I've been giving a lot of people I know.
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The only things that count are their reliability, and your ability to handle them well in an adverse situation.
Practice makes perfect.



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I shot the Tomcat again this morning. 50 rounds of Remington 71 grain / muzzle energy 129 / FMJ. Perfect performance. After 110 rounds of the Beretta recommended ammo. I feel confident to cc this weapon. I have some various holsters scheduled for delivery today. Ammo too

If anyone is interested I'll report the results with the new ammo. I bought 4 or 5 different types and name brands of the recommended ammo.

Tom

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I shot the Tomcat again this afternoon. 50 rounds of Winchester 71 grain / muzzle energy 129 / FMJ / flat nose. I shot 8 rounds of 60 grain extreme shock also. Combined with the 50 Remingtons mentioned above that makes 108 rounds without cleaning the pistol.

So far I shot 168 rounds of various amunition without a glitch.

I'm going to clean the mouse up, load her up with Extreme Shock for now and give her a rest in my pocket.

I hope this info was helpful.

Tom

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Beretta is a good maker and "kudos" on your purchase...How about a few pics?

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Thanks Varro. I will post some pics.

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