The Beretta 3032 Tomcat has an unloaded weight of 14.5 ounces and a barrel length of 2.4 inches, according to the manufacturer's website. It can be fired using both single and double action, and its magazine can hold seven rounds of 7.65 mm ammunition.
One of the main benefits of this model of handgun is its ability to be concealed, according to Beretta. While comparing the weapon's size to that of a smartphone, Beretta touts the gun's ability to fire a powerful round comparable to larger caliber handguns. It also touts the handgun's ease of operation, which results from such features as a two-position safety and a magazine release that is easy to locate and operate with one hand.
Another feature typical of Beretta pistols is a tip-up barrel design that allows the user to load a round directly into the chamber without having to rack the slide. This makes it easy to load in cold weather, and it makes it easier for people with weak hands to load the weapon. The manufacturer also notes that this pistol is designed to be concealed, as evidenced by the snag-free lines and the sights that are engineered to easily slide in and out of a holster. These benefits make this weapon an ideal choice for concealed carry and self-defense.