Yes, I have one.
Some people'report' thatthe small Berettas (21A Bobcats and3032 Tomcats) are 'jam-o-matics' but IMO, these people are usually just ignorant/inexperienced re:guns and/or how to shoot them in general.Still, other ignorant people see such posts and repeat them. This then becomes Internet-wide "evidence" and therefore "proof" that the small Beretta's are crap/unreliable. My experience with them (two 21As andone 3032,all in inox finish -- I don't buy non-inox Berettas) is quite different and very satisfactory.
In a nutshell:
1. Zero malfunctions so far (but I did my usual 'semi-auto pre-shooting break-in routine' with it before I ever actually shot it -- so I can't say it would or would not have malfunctioned out-of-the-box with NO such pre-shooting break-in routine).
2. The inox Tomcat issmall 'chunky' gun (due mainlyto the 'fatter' slide the inox version has, solves any issues of slide cracks the earlier non-inox/thinner slide3032ssometimes had -- but I have no data re: how many guns actually had this issue) but that's fine with me. Small means someone trying to leverage it out of your hand is VERY unlikely to be successful, and if they DID try, you just fire it and blow some fingers off! Then, while they are somewhat distracted, shoot them in the head multiple times for good measure. Very tidy.
3. It's DA and SA...I do NOT care for DAO guns, which means that the other .32ACP choices in this genre (such as the Seacamp, NAA Guardian) don't qualify. And the Keltec P-32 is too 'iffy' re: quality, durability and reliability for me.SA allows for very accurate fire at longer ranges, if required. Small guns are more accurate than most people know orcan shoot them.
4. Quality-made...and the pricing reflects that!
5. Being a gun in current production (and production facilities here, unlike some of the other small SA/DA foreign autosin .32ACP), you can find parts and magazines for it! Not true of the other guns...which are nice guns, but parts, even magazines are REAL hard to get. I'm talking about the Zastava M-70 (in .32) and CZ-82/83 (in .32). Lots of the latter in 9x18 Makarov, buttry to find even the GUN in .32ACP version. Then .32 magazines. Forget it! Beretta mags are much easier to get (or qualityMec-Gar mags, the only 'aftermarket' brand to consider here).
IMO, .32ACP is just fine for self-defense. As per the included info sheet re: ammo choices (Beretta does not recommend the HOT stuff), Iuse Aguila .32ACP FMJ ammo exclusively (but any OTHER .32 FMJ of the same power level as stated on that info sheet would be fine).
I think that gives you a pretty good overview...good luck,
-- John D.