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Anyone Have Baby Browing For Sale?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by All Your Guns Is Mine, Sep 18, 2005.

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  1. All Your Guns Is Mine

    All Your Guns Is Mine Member

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    Does anyone have a Baby Browing .25 for sale? Been looking forever for the little bugger, if so, please email me at benny1636@aim.com with pictures and a price. Thank you.
     
  2. StrikeEagle

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    Well, I won't sell mine, but I wish you the very best in finding yours. :)

    This is my favorite .25... I'd never trust my life to it, but I think of it like a little flawless jewel. I love the things. :)

    StrikeEagle
     
  3. sgt127

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    I just looded at Gunsamerica. Theres quite a few of them ranging from $250-499. Also, a bunch of Bauer .25's. I have both a Baby Browning and a Bauer. If I wanted to carry it, I think I would go with the Bauer for the stainless. Not really wanting to sell either of mine, but, I can tell you the Bauer is a good little gun. Good luck.
     
  4. MICHAEL T

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    Bauer is same basic gun( Parts interchange ) only stainless. I have had mine since early 80's and won't sell mine either. I know they can be found at gun shows both the Browning and the Bauer. Pawn shop I go to has a Bauer with box and papers. I don't think its been fired or only a few rounds .I think he wants 250 because of box and papers. Normal around here for a Bauer is 150 to 175 range. 100 + more for a Browning.
     
  5. mini14jac

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    On Gunbroker.com, you can find a half dozen Bauers for $169 - 200.
     
  6. Moonclip

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    My Bauer sucked, had galling isues even with the correct grease. I'd be willing to give another a second chance though or better yet,find a Browning.
     
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    "My Bauer sucked, had galling isues even with the correct grease. I'd be ...."

    Mine too-and it would rust.
     
  8. MICHAEL T

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    The Bauer was made as I remember by Frazer Arms in Mi. When the Bauer, stopped .They contuined with production only this time in their name. My Bauer serial # is under 10000 and has been a loyal friend. all these years.
     
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