Thought I would share my experience - Last Thursday, I bought a new Beretta 3032 Tomcat .32. On Friday, I took it to the range and fired 55 shots. No malfunctions. Kind of a fun gun. Love the tilt-up barrel, the single action alternative, and the positive safety
On Monday, I took it to the range again and, as I pulled the trigger on what would have been the 40th round for that day, it failed to fire. I checked and found a round in the chamber and the hammer fully cocked. The trigger was limp as if it were connected to nothing. After I cleared the gun, I was still unable to lower the hammer. Some linkage obviously disconnected or broken.
Later the same day, I called Beretta and said, "I have a 4 day old Tomcat here that is broken!" She told me to ship it to their address with a letter of explanation. When I asked if she would be providing a shipping label, she said that is not part of Beretta's warranty! I protested but to no avail. So, now, I have paid $30 to get my 4 day Tomcat back to Beretta. If it keeps breaking, I will spend more on shipping than the cost of the gun!
Now, I am back to having only one little .32 - this sweet little Seecamp that doesn't break!