On some list of new carry handguns, I see this entry:
Now, I will admit to being Old & Slow-Witted, but as I see it, the only reason to choose the .380 Weenie is to have lotsa boolets to pump into someone — e.g. using a magazine holding 12+ rounds, or at least two 6-round magazines so that he gets the point, so to speak.
Shooting a marginal self-defense cartridge in a slow-to-reload six-shot revolver seems… well, silly.
And I like Charter Arms revolvers, by the way: I carried a .44 Spec Bulldog (loaded with Winchester Silvertips) for years. But this makes no sense to me at all.