Waiting for my Beretta 81, I've got .32 ACP on the brain, so I am thinking of guns in that caliber that would be fun but probably don't exist. I am not thrilled with the very limited current production .32 ACP options (Kel-Tec P32, Beretta Tomcat, NAA Guardian, Colt 1903 repro....). So here are a few ideas: --A polymer-framed semi-auto along the lines of a 7/8 scale Glock 43X so even slimmer and holding 10 rounds of .32 ACP; --Six rounds of .32 ACP in a very light small frame revolver (Ruger LCR, S&W J-frame, etc.) with an ejector star made for the semi-rimless cases (moon clips would be fun, too); --An all-metal (aluminum or steel frame) single-action semi-auto, a modern take on the Ruby, dead simple, just the one safety/slide catch, with thin grips to make an easy to conceal package. Any of these sound interesting? Let's hear your ideas!