I've been wondering this for a while. Why is it that with an increasingly large number of .380 pocket guns available, why haven't any manufacturers stepped up to produce a .380acp shotshell for pest control? We've got 9mm shells already but most 9mm handguns are larger and less comfortable to carry around your property. The wimpy .380 pressure is irrelevant because shotshells won't cycle in most guns anyways since there is no resistance from the bullet being pushed down the barrel the pressure disperses too quickly to push the slide back. I don't see why a hot shotshell isn't produced for this caliber. If the wimpy .22lr can do it our of a handgun, I imagine a .380 could do it too. I feel like somebody is missing out on money here!