Are these dead or outgoing calibers?
+1. Carrying less than this just doesn't make sense.I consider a 380 (Ruger LCP) the minimum for self defense and prefer something bigger (more powerful).
I can't imagine a 25 or 32 being easier to carry / conceal than a LCP.
I have little faith that a 380 would quickly stop a determined / drugged / psychotic attacker... less power = nope.
What would you consider the smallest locked-breech .32? The PSA clone of the Baby Browning is still in production, and it's definitely smaller than a Kel-Tec P32. It's also smaller than a Seecamp, although the Seecamp isn't locked-breech.As to .25's, I don't think there are any .25 ACP pistols in current production that are smaller than the smallest locked-breech .32's.