I think that the .327 is just a great cartridge. On paper it is just as good as a .38 Special and it has a flat trajectory. But you only get it in revolvers. Why have no-one attempted in producing the pistol equivalent? Is it perhaps because of the fact that the .327 is not popular? Maybe it did not catch on because revolvers are not so popular like they were in the past? I just think a 25-shot .32 ''Super'' in a Glock 17 sized pistol would be a good SD or home SD weapon. 25 shots with 115gr ammo at say 1300fps should be as good or better as 13 shots out of a .45? Is something like this perhaps in the development process?