There were some fairly large revolvers made in Europe for the .25 ACP, but I don't know if any qualified as the largest. I think the prize probably goes to the HK4, but the Walther PP is about the same size. A lot had long barrels due to an Austrian law that banned pistols with barrel lengths under (IIRC) four inches.
Kaynbred, if you have a .25 Jo-Lo-Ar, congratulations, they are very rare. Going by what I have read, there were three versions, one 9 shot, one 8 shot and one 6 shot, the latter two designed to reduce the size of the pistol and make it more competitive. I have seen one of the 9 shot pistols; I doubt the others were ever made in any quantity.
February 23, 2010, 09:15 PM
Isn't there a Thompson Center Contender barrel in .25 ACP?
(Taking advantage of the terminology of the TC being a "pistol")
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