I've shot my Keltec p32 for maybe less than 100 rds. No failures I can recall, haven't shot it for maybe 15 years (I'll dig it out and give it a whirl). But I'm thinking of getting another. My current pistol is a white grip with a 10 rd extended mag and a blued slide. I don't mind the white frame, that's the least of my worries. I want the most sweat-resistant pistol. There are two to my liking. One is the tan - tan: https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog..._id/718002286?postLoginLaunch=saveItemTrigger and the Parkerized: https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog...kel-tec+p-32-pk+p-32+7+1+32acp+27"+parkerized Difference in price is not a factor. <joke>Neither is the fact that the brown one only shoots left</joke> Which do you figure would be more corrosion resistant ? I might even get two if the corrosion inhibitions worth it and the pistols are reliable. So, does anyone have at least 500 rounds through one of these babies ? Any FTF's or FTE's ? Hard boundaries = 14 oz unloaded, less than or equal to 4" high, 4.5 " length and 0.9 " width. Significantly smaller than a p365 which I will also likely get (someday). must have at least 7+1 in .380 to 99+1 in .32 acp. What is better at near this size/weight: Berreta, Pico, Kahr, Diamondback, others because if we're gonna go larger, we're going straight to the p365. At the upper end we have: CM9, Kryptek Camo 14 oz, 8 rd extended mags available I'm really liking this Kahr. It's definitely smaller than a p365 and would be better in my pocket. I hear the trigger is good. A buddy of mine had FTFs with a cheaper model, how is the reliability with this model ? And the DiamondBack DB9 at 12.;8 OZ w/ 12 rd extended magazines available ?