Spoke on that number [033-25579684 given by @syed], a 'gentleman with bengally accent' answered the phone; what I understood is:-----it will take another two more months to launch the web site and god only knows when the e-booking will start [Dadas got very little time to enter 'the mountain load of data' from those 2000 pending applications from 11 am to 4pm during their five days week paid rest programme as they are busy in goram chai khabo, pani khabo, chaval machi kabo, etc, etc... I am now seriously considering between phirangi and desi .32 revolvers.
Here is some stuff which would assist you in taking an informed decision infaour of revolver:-http://www.chuckhawks.com/handgun_home_defense.htm http://artofmanliness.com/2009/07/23/th ... e-defense/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=9301&start=0http://www.gunaccessory.com/32_IOF_Pistol/
"My top choice for a home defense gun is a revolver. Revolvers usually hold six cartridges, but some hold more. Revolvers are ambidextrous. Perhaps best of all, they can sit fully loaded and untouched for decades, as all springs are normally at rest, and still be ready to go into service at a moment's notice. Just grab the gun and commence firing should the need arise. Medium size revolvers, the kind I usually favor for home defense, come in two action styles, single action and double action"..........Chuck Hawk - gun writter