With states rolling back the regs re: concealed carry permits, mouse guns chambered in .380 ACP are all the rage. But what of the “lowly” .32, used by such CCW stalwarts as the Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless, CZ-50, Walther PPK and Kel-Tec P-32? CORBON is doing their bit to keep the caliber hip and happening with its new 32 auto DPX ammo. The “environmentally friendly” load launches a 60 grain solid copper hollow point bullet at 1050 feet per second. According to the company’s presser, said projectile penetrated nine inches into 10 percent ballistic gelatin (with a four layer denim barrier ). They’re also claiming a consistent recovered diameter of .60 inches. “Recoil and recovery between shots are similar to the lightweight rounds, while soft tissue penetration is similar to the heavy weight rounds.” Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless anyone?