Mauser 1910 25 acp

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  1. Hoyte

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    My google skills are lacking, it seems there’s different answers in different places. does anyone know the dimensions of the Mauser 1910 pistol? Height? Overall Length? Barrel length? Width? Thanks
     
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    Here you go for some of your info.
     
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    That is smaller and lighter than I expected
     
  4. Hoyte

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    I bought one and the oal is actually 5.625”. I got them to update it.
     
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    I think , other than some very obscure one, the smallest .25 acp in factory production was the Bernadelli VP , my example is .22 Long, and not that reliable feeder :(


    My favorite of the ultra minis .25acp is the Astra Firecat, mine is very reliable and not much bigger than the Bernadelli AND it has a grip safety ! Its considerably smaller than a Colt 1903.
     
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    The Bauer maybe? Man, those things are TINY.
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    The Mauser 1910 is not one of the smaller .25s. That said, I bet it’s more pleasant to shoot than many. It’s notably smaller in the hand than its .32 cousin, which itself is in Colt 1903 form factor territory.

    The Bauer is a clone of the Browning Baby, which is very small. Though I believe word on the street is the Bernardelli and maybe the Walther TPH(?) are a hair smaller. The browning is right on the edge of impractical, so I’m not sure what the others get you in the real world.
     
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    The Lightweight Model Browning Baby is truly near impractical size, nevertheless fairly reliable , I carried one in an ankle holster off and on from late 70s to 2000 . In the earlier times before body scanning equiptment it went thru airports more than once and allways to Mexico and South. I was never bothered, I guess it's all attitude mostly :)

    The lightweight baby Browning is unseen in the center ankle holster there with the pearl Grips and chrome aluminium frame they all came with
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    IIRC the Walther Model 9 is the smallest production 25acp out there.

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    The overall length is 9.9cm (3.9"), height only 7cm (2.75") and width only 1.7 cm (.7"). But it was still a 6 + 1 format with a 2" barrel.
     
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    The 1910 is not small for a 25. It has a 3" barrel and actual sights.

    My Bauer doesn't function properly, but it's in a different size category than my 1910.

    I wouldn't count on a 25acp for SD, but the 1910 would not be bad as a pocket plinker.

     
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  13. Eugen

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    Here a tiny 6.35mm (25acp) Haenel-Schmiesser made in 1921.:thumbup:
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    Not positive but I thought that the Bernardelli Vest Pocket Model was the smallest .25 ever made. I came across this LNIB Lightweight Baby Browning about 10 years ago and it was priced so unbelievably low that I just couldn't pass it up!
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    I forgot about the Walther Model 9, it is very small .
     
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