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a handgun in .380 or just 9mm and bigger?
Currently? Don't think so. (BTW - it's not really 'bigger' per se, just longer. They use the same diameter bullet.)

The only one I've seen is the HK4 that comes in .22, .25, .32, and .380. But they were made between 1967 and 1984.
 

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You may also find a P7K3 that was .22, .32, and .380. Most people who own a P7K3 don't shoot them due to their rarity, and lack of available replacement parts.
 

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You may also find a P7K3 that was .22, .32, and .380. Most people who own a P7K3 don't shoot them due to their rarity, and lack of available replacement parts.
Oh yeah, forgot about those. One sold on gunbroker in June for $2,000.
 
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