I carry a M1934 Beretta .380 ACP I inherited from my father. I looked up the serial number and it was made in 1943. He brought it home from WW2 and carried it around in his pocket for many years as a bartender in the late 1940's in a rough neighborhood. I've fired many hundreds of rounds of .380 FMJ with no problems. It is the grandaddy of the modern Beretta automatics. Very simple, rugged and reliable. I've got the original leather holster with spare magazine holder. I work primarily out of an office as a security manager and carry my pistol in a Lighteningwear deep concealment holster, with a spare magazine. Ready to go if and when needed.