Now, in my professional capacity, it’s my business to help you make the most of whichever gun you decide to carry, in whichever caliber you choose to shoot, and whichever holster you decide to carry it in. That’s one of the reasons I really love my job.
You see, in order to provide you accurate information about gun, I get to learn about as many guns as I can, I almost said I get to learn about ALL guns, but that would be false. I will never be able to cover them all. What I can say is this: Regardless of what you carry and where you carry it, the two single most important elements are your "Training and Preparation".
Whether you carry a Kel-tec or a Kimber, a Charter Arms or a classic Colt, the most important thing you can do is train to use that gun as effectively as you can. We can’t all be Navy SEALs. There is no such person as James Bond or Jason Bourne. But you can rise to your potential and be prepared everyday.
A .32 ACP may not knock a vicious attacker backward. But it will put some holes in him and he won’t know it is a .32ACP when the shooting starts. He will just know the odds are no longer completely in his favor. That might be enough to insure you can escape. If escape isn’t an option, at least your gun — any gun — gives you a chance. And if you learn to do things right, those holes you are putting in your adversary will help you when no one else can.
So instead of fighting about which gun is better, simply resolve to carry a gun everyday.