If it ever occurred to me to conceal carry this is exactly what I'd do. In a concealed carry situation I cannot imagine capacity matters all that much. Revolvers are just too dependable to not to carry.
Revolvers have some draw, notable the point and click aspect and the reliability. I have no argument there. I find autos more comfortable to shoot, though, and it is much easier to carry a reload for an auto than a speedloader for a revolver. As far as capacity goes, I really hope I don't need 15. The Glock 36 holds 6+1, and that is fine with me. But I feel a reload is a good idea. Just in case.
^You can't limp wrist or or have a casing stovepipe with a revolver. Just throwing that out there.
True. And in many cases you won't be in the ideal shooting position, which makes limp wristing and such a real possiblity, even if you know what you're doing. And if you're in close, a revolver will always fire when point blank (in contact with a body) whereas if the slide partially slides back on the auto from being in contact, it won't fire. I'm still partial to the auto for some reason.
If its nock down power you want i think you should look at the 357sig army spec ops has it in feild testing right one of my old army buddys that is still in is gunsmith and he said the ballistics are amazing very fast and he said it has the ftlb's higher than the 45acp and i cant remember what model it is but it does come in a compact model give it look see my friend gives it very high marks.
45 has plenty of knockdown power, and while the 357 sig is cool, it's very exepnsive, harder to find, and there aren't many carry guns made in that caliber.