Although I rarely (if ever) carry them, I've always loved the handguns in calibers such as .22, .25 ACP, .32 ACP, etc. There's just something about the smaller calibers and the history behind them that has always intrigued me. What would you say is your favorite "small" handgun caliber and handgun chambered in it? NOTE: By "small" I'm referring to handgun calibers with power generally relative to and/or lower than a .380 ACP. Mine would have to be .32 Smith and Wesson, either Long or Short. Got hooked on it after shooting my grandpa's H&R 732, have loved it ever since.