Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by JellyJar, Jul 25, 2016.
And so to goes...
CI Bernadelli VP and Sata.
Not saying either is best just sharing pictures.
I like the Ortrgie even though as has been pointed out the grip safety is rather easily pushed in. It is not a spring loaded bit like on a 1911 but more of an on -off push button of sorts in that it pops out to put the gun on safe when the slide is wracked but once pushed in it stays in until reset. During one move or another I have lost the little IWB holster I had to keep it oriented right when carried so with that finicky safety it is a safe queen these days.
Oh for those of you that have seen none of my Ortgies pictures that is NOT a one inch grid, but an old Japanese "GO" board the .25 ACP is laying on.
The Bernadelli has a safety behind the trigger on the left side that is easily pushed off with the thumb by right hander.
The SATA has a little thumb safety the same place as a 1911, though thanks to its small size it is not as easy to work.
As a kid, a friend of about 16 at the time had a Mauser 1910 .25ACP. It was large enough to actually hold on to but still had teenie tinnie sights. Price of ammo kept us from shooting it much.
Interestingly the Mauser was captured from a Japanese Naval Officer by the kid's dad in WWII.
Nice stuff. Good picture.
I really like the slipper your little '08 is wearing. Does it have a spring clip on the far side for IWB carry by chance?
I also like the rig your S&W is in and the grip adaptor on it.
edit: I just paid attention to the rig your Baby Browning is in. Is that a thigh holster?
That is an ankle holster the lightweight Baby is in. It is so light and small you forget you are wearing it !
It has a very solid "combat" trigger. The CZ 45 is a neat gun, but it's a little large. The JetFire holds up well in the size/weight category compared against its modern counterparts. It's slightly smaller than a Kel-Tec P32 (and weighs about the same).
That's because you haven't fired my Beretta 21A Inox, my Jennings J-22 or my Beretta 70S. All three of these shoot .22LR ammo as fast as you can pull the trigger. But still, I know what you're saying. I use CCI Minimags in all three and have found them to be exceedingly reliable. I've also found my little stainless Jetfire .25ACP to be as reliable as any auto can be reliable.
But, neither they nor the Davis can beat any other gun for "the best .25 pocket pistol" out there.
I do like the Jetfire. My PT-25 Taurus holds nine in the mag as well, and few could argue that ten of those little pills zipping at/into someone will give them pause..
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