Either tomorrow or Wen I will be going to the gunshop to set up the transfer for a gun I bought online (the S&W 57, no I still haven't set it up yet ). When I do I will be buying another gun at the same time. I have a few that I'm thinking about. With most I am pretty good on the plusses and minuses in relation to each other. However, I'm considering an NAA Guardian and they have one in .32acp and in .380. Well... If I buy an NAA Guardian should I get the .32 or the .380 and why? What are the advantages of each? Early on I seem to recall that the .380 had more problems than the .32. Was that simply something with the early models that has been solved or are the .32 NAA Guardians still more reliable than the .380 Guardians? I don't really want to hear about a .32 v. .380 caliber debate. I know that each has advantages and disadvantages in relation to each other. What I am specifically looking for is a comparison of the NAA Guardian in those calibers. Are there any quality and reliability differences anymore? What NAA Guardian quirks should I look for? How do you like yours (if you own one)?