This is my son's Beretta #84 BB .380 a.c.p. These are great guns, a little big, but great none the less. .32 a.c.p. is not the most powerful round, but will do in a pinch. Lots more effective than a fly-swatter.
U.S. SAAMI spec .32 a.c.p. ammo is purposely weak, lots of those old 1903 Colt and 1907 Savage pistols still in daily use. Find some European made ammo, it is loaded with a good bit more pressure. Dynamite Nobel brand comes to mind, as I have a few boxes of it. European ammo shoots like +P compared to U.S. brands.
I like the .32 caliber, have a Beretta 70 and Walther PP, four S&W revolvers in .32 Long and .32 H&R mag. I may be prejudiced.
Don Hume makes holsters to fit the Beretta.