Maybe I'm just a little behind time on this. But I was wondering about a round I just found out about. NAA came out with a 32naa. Essentially it's a 380 necked down to a 32. My guess is that it's superior in velocity compared to the 380. I know a lot of you won't even have a 380 much less a 32. But I was looking for more info on the 32naa. Also I have to wonder is this round going to be one of those obsolete cartridges that you can't find or do you think it'll be one to take off and become the new craze? I can't help but to think that this newer faster round will become a hot seller and be finding other manufacturers putting out pistols in 32naa. To be perfectly honest, I would like to see more of them. I believe it's a good starting point for a new era. In which brings me to another point. We all know about the 357Sig. And of course there are other bottle neck cartridges out there. But how long before some company take the idea to the extreme with something like a 45acp necked down to a 9mm, or a 40 to a 9, or a 9 down to a 32, heck maybe even a 9 down to a 25.? I can clearly see where this bottle neck feature can be a brilliant thing. I mean for the people that prefer velocity over diameter, this can create a really hot load. Yeah a 25 is tiny, but if you've got a 9mm casing pushing a little 45 gr hp, well I could foresee that little booger running out of the muzzle at 2000+ fps. A fast tearing round like so could really foo some damage. Maybe it's just me, I don't know. Please feel free to let the opinions ( and facts if you have ) fly into a discussion. I'm intrigued by this as well as overly curious.