Regarding carry capacity.
I read this quote earlier, in another post. I have never felt undergunned with a 5 shot 38. I mostly carry autos, but not for reasons of capacity. Do you think that the amount of ammo in the gun is a real or perceived advantage? Point - How many reloads occur during a gunfight between a Citizen and a bad guy? I don't think that reloads happen often.
Just never saw the point to limit the amount of rounds I can put on BG when todays small semi-auto's are plenty reliable. For instance I carry a Kel Tec PF9, 7+1 of 9mm, plenty powerful and two more rounds than a revolver and still fits comfortably in my pocket
The old saying that you can't miss fast enough is certainly true. However, if you can hit the target, does the umpteen round magazine really help, in reality?