.32 cal Beretta Tomcat semi
Quality pocket pistols.
The same dedication to advanced design, uncompromising quality and strict quality control that make the 92F, Cougar and Cheetah such international standouts is found in all Beretta small caliber, pocket-size pistols. Simplicity, safety and practical use are their best qualities.
Practical and Simple .
User-friendly design is common to all Beretta small frames. The exclusive tip-up barrel allows the user to easily load a round directly into the chamber. It also assists in the safe clearing of the pistol by allowing a live round to be easily removed from the chamber and the bore quickly checked. Jamming and stovepiping problems are virtually eliminated by the open slide design shared by all small frame Berettas.
Advanced Materials .
Keeping an eye on quality helps keep Beretta small caliber semi-automatics out front. Beretta pistols in the 3000 Series utilize the toughest of forgings for their barrels, while slides are fashioned from solid steel bar stock. Frames are machined from solid aluminum forgings. The new Inox versions and the exclusive 3032 Tomcat Titanium utilize the finest materials, difficult to machine but exceptionally corrosion resistant and durable.
Forged out of special high-strength steel; precisely rifled for accuracy. The
Inox and Titanium models feature stainless steel barrels.
2)Slide. Machined out of high-strength carbon steel and specially heat treated.
3)Sights. Notched rear sight and blade front sight for fast target acquisition.
4)Safety. Manual, conveniently thumb operated.
5)Contoured Tang. Top of the grip area is precisely curved and relieved to snugly accommodate the shooter’s hand, thus protecting the thumb web from being pinched by the slide and increasing the pistol control upon firing.
6)Frame. Made of a special Titanium alloy, noticeably stronger, lighter and more corrosion resistant than stainless steel. In all other models the frame is made of special aluminum alloy forgings and anodized black or gray.
7)Tip-up Barrel Latch .
8)Trigger Pull. Smooth, crisp pull in double/single action .
Snag Proof Design. Smooth contours permit quick, smooth draw.
Stopping power, concealability - that’s what the new double-action Tomcat is all about. Using 60-grain .32 ACP hollow-point ammunition, this latest addition to Beretta’s small frame collection provides firepower equaling the punch of a .380. Yet, all this serious capability is packed into a compact, lightweight, 4.9 inch (125 mm), 14.5 ounce (400 gr.) package. A drift-adjustable rear sight provides for superior accuracy. This model is available in a Matte black anti-glare finish or Blued glossy finish.
3032 Tomcat Inox.
This new model has a stainless steel slide and barrel. The alloy frame is gray anodized to match the color and finish of the stainless components. The trigger, hammer, safety, magazine and other parts are blued.
3032 Tomcat Titanium .
Titanium is a remarkable material, considerably lighter and stronger than steel. It is also completely corrosion resistant. The new Beretta 3032 Tomcat Titanium pistol has the frame constructed of this sophisticated material, making it a pistol of unsurpassed strength that weighs a mere 16.9 oz (480 grams) The superior corrosion resistance is guaranteed by the use of stainless steel for the barrel and slide.
Media > Reviews > Source: 2002
December 28th, 2002, 09:09 PM
I had a Titanium Tomcat for a short time. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the gun however I ended up selling it and my Seecamp (sold all my guns in .32 and .25 caliber). It fit my hand well, functioned 100% with different types of ammo (range and hollowpoint) and seemed to be well made. The manual states that the magazine is different than a normal Tomcat mag (gives you a specific part number) and that the normal Tomcat mag can damage the Titanium Tomcat. I called Beretta to order some extra mags back in October/November and they did not have any. Said to call back the end of December. You may want to check into the availability of magazines for the TI Tomcat. Someone else reported they used a regular tomcat mag and it seemed to function OK but I wasn't willing to risk breaking my gun by using a mag that Beretta specifically stated not to use. I beleive I paid $429 + tax for my TI Tomcat. Don't know what they're going for now but it was extremely difficult to sell/trade. Seems everyone wants a Seecamp or NAA for some reason.