Parkerized SLIDE AND BARREL (NO RUST), 10 ROUND MAG WITH +1 EXTENSION + 1 IN THE PIPE = 12 ROUNDS AND A LOT OF GRIP & SOME EXTRA WT. PULSE LASER FOIL SWITCH. FMJ (NO RIM LOCK), REDUCED HAMMER SPRING (LIGHTER TRIGGER PULL). BELT CLIP, BLACK ANODIZED TRIGGER W/ ADJUSTABLE STOP AND SHORTER PULL, FLUFF & BUFF. PLEASE DO NOT TELL PEOPLE YOU GUN JAMS WITHOUT TELLING US WHAT AMMO YOU USE. THIS IS NOW BETTER THAN A GLOCK 17 IN MY POCKET .... WHATS IN YOUR POCKET ?
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I have carried the P-32 for 14 years. Simple and reliable, light weight, easy to conceal, and it saved my life once.
I will never buy another Keltec automatic pistol. I purchased one gun, and all it did was Jam. I returned the gun to Keltec, and they sent me another one, which also malfunctioned too many times. I then sent the second gun back to them, and Keltec sent me another gun, which also Jammed like crazy (I used several types of good Ammo too.) Stay away from Keltec, their small caliber autos are no good !
My review for the KelTec P-32.
The P-32 I purchased a few years ago has performed very well. It's not a perfect carry pistol, but it has the benefit of being on one's person if trouble starts, serving as a 'break contact' tool. Close in defense is this pistol's strong suit. I regularly function-check and re-lubricate the pistol to insure it functions as it should.
ilove my kel-tek .32 except i have had problems with the mag.the cart.hang on the cart.and it will not feed thus it jams. if i could correct this the .32 would be super.any advice on thi problem would be nice- could it be the amo i'm using? i have no trust in this weapon.
The second time to the range and my wife and I put 47 of 50 in the 5.5 inch bullseye at 5 yards. The three outside were mine. Only 100 shots so far and not any problems of any kind. A true pocket pistol. The one at home will only protect me at home. The one in my pocket goes with me everywhere. Kel-Tec hit a home run with this one.
Extraordinarily accurate with both Winchester Silvertips and Sellier & Belliot 73 grain FMJs. Inside of seven meters this piece will put the entire magazine into a 2" circle without much fuss. I like to use the S&B FMJs as the roundnose bullets prevent rimlock in the magazines. Besides, there's really not enough velocity with a .32ACP to create consistent expansion out of the P-32's short 2.5" barrel. The trigger has a longish stroke, but its pretty smooth and light. Trigger overtravel affects accuracy a bit, but a proper 2-handed grip will deliver good hits at distances inside ten meters. The sights are small, but are snagfree and redundant for contact shots or short point-and-shoot situations. For the price, this pistol is a great value as a backup or a tool that will allow you to break contact when the chips are down. Its safe, reliable, and accurate enough.
Have one of these and it is the best for CCW, think my BlackBerry is bigger and heavier. At the range using FMJ and JHP rounds, no feed problems and the 8" metal plates get knocked down. I wouldn't want to be shot with it, figure dump a full magazine would be like a 00 Buck blast, so while not a 45, it's something. I had to replace the Magazine release, super service from Kel Tec...called and part showed up next day. Easy to work on too. My fault with plastic mag release, need to hold button down when putting in or taking out magazine, letting it "click" just wears it out. If you want something super little, easy to hide/carry, very light, no recoil, not a rim fire, and low price, this is it.
The mag release can't be reversed. There is no slide lock release. Did the reviewer actually handle a P32?