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Mouse (sized) guns - pics!

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by P95Carry, Feb 25, 2005.

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  1. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    We have done mouse guns - probably several times but - with I reckon a lot of new blood since the last time - let's be seeing your ''mice stompers'' ;)

    Let's say - nothing bigger than a KT pocket semi - this is more a size deal than a cal limit ... and not to include ''J'' snub revo's, Maks, Thunders etc.

    To kick it off .........


    Rohrbaugh Firearms R9s, in 9x19/9mm Luger

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    Kel-Tec P3AT, in 9x17/.380

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    NAA Mini revo - in .22 mag

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    So - let's be havin' 'em :)

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  2. mtnbkr

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    I don't have a pic of it alone, so here's my "stuff".

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    Chris
     
  3. HighVelocity

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    Mine are both NAA's :)
     

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    They so teeny! :uhoh:
     
  5. WillBrayJr

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    Did anyone ever look at the Downsizer. They're basically the same size as a NAA mini 22lr revolver but are chambered for centerfire rounds.
     
  6. P95Carry

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    Downsizer?? Any info Will - not familiar with it.

    I was just gonna say welcome! - then I saw you've ''been around'' a few months! Oh well - welcome anyways:)
     
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    kahr mk40; kershaw leek.
     
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  9. P95Carry

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    Thx carebear - I recognize that. But does that not take just one round?

    BTW folks - any derringers more than welcome in this section.
     
  10. skidmark

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    mouse(sized) guns - Downsizer

    :) I've carried a Downsizer (also called the world's smallest pistol) as EDC for at least the last 5 years. It's just a shade smaller than a standard playing card (or a pack of old-style Camel unfiltered for the elder statespersons) and carries one :what: (yep! just one) center-fire pistol cartridge. Mine is .45 ACP. :D
    You need a special, ubertactical deloading device to pry the cartridge brass out of the chamber after each shot. I use an urban-camoflaged one that resembles a BIC stick pen, unless you look close to see the powder accumulated on the blunt end.
    There is a ball detent that holds the tip-up barrel in place. I can get off tactical reloads in about 10 seconds (think muzzle-loader only reallllly tiny) and my groups are less than 8 inches at 1.5 yards. :neener:
    This is really a true belly gun - if you do not stick it in the BG's belly you are not goiung to be sure of hitting him (about 7/16ths inch on rifiling down the barrel - if that much). If you do touch it off at that range, the flash will do more damage than the bullet.
    Besides my standing offer at the range - I'll pay you $5.00 if you fire it, reload and fire again in under 45 seconds, or you pay me $10.00 for the one shot -- I've only touched it off in anger once. Blew the living snot (on purpose) out of the air bag on my formerly classic Mercedes that got totalled in Hurricane Gaston. Center mass on the hub of the steering wheel from 2 inches! Lots of scorched leather, a great puff of whatever that powder is (cornstarch?) and a great feeling of having put a fine car out of its misery just before they hauled it away to the glue factory, or whatever they do with cars that have been sitting around growing mold after being drowned.

    Oh - in case anybody wonders. I think my S&W 325PD has more felt recoil than the Downsizer, but everybody else that has ever tried it has only 2 words to say: "Day Yummmm." I think that's Southern for "owwie!" cause they are usually either holding their hand or doing that shaking it down like they were holding a giant thermometer movement. Over the years I've paid out $10.00 and collected enough to pay for lots of ammo for my other toys.

    Come on out to Dominion Shooting Range in Richmond and try it out. Or just call them and ask if they have every shot that teeny-tiny little .45 and what did they think.

    stay safe.

    skidmark
     
  11. P95Carry

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    Skid' - I am intrigued!! Not for me tho - I think my primary ''small (ish) choice'' is R9 ... 6+1 of 9mm sounds better somehow. Even the NAA mini I think will keep me from wanting one.

    No offence to the lil' fella, you understand! :)
     
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    This is little. :D
     
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    I think big

    My littlest gun is a CZ RAMI in .40 S&W. It's not a pocket gun, unless I'm wearing my leather coat. In which case flap pocket+pocket holster=flap holster ;)

    Here it is next to the compact CZ 85 Compact and the really full size CZ 97B in 45 ACP.

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    Not small, but the smallest I have. Looking at an equally not small Taurus Instant Backup 9mm as a revolver companion. No plans on anything smaller than that.
     
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    Wow, the Downsizer seems pretty neat. Shooting one of those in .357 seems pretty sadistic, and I would love to!

    On the webpage, under gun writer reviews there is the following:

    That is hillarious, I hope a single shot weapon functions flawlessly, you can't really have ftf or fte now can you?
     
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    That Downsizer reminds me of the old Liberator pistols back in WW2. The little single shots our guys dropped into German-occupied territory to supply the resistance people and unnerve the Krauts.
     
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    Here is mine. It looks like most every other P-3AT though. :scrutiny:

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    For size comparison:

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    Everybody needs at least one for the pocket.

    This P-3AT sports a P-Sight, Hogue HandAll Jr., Limbsaver recoil pad and Bersa finger extention. R.J. Hedley provided the leather.

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  18. P95Carry

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    That's a nice setup Revival :)
     
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    Thanks!

    Here is another view.

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    Here is my Baby Browning beater. It was rescued from an obscure life as a rusted hulk to an obscure life as a beater. Works every time however!

    The little 2mm revolver below is a SA/DA Austrian Berloque 6 shot. Truely tough to reload for!

    The little single shot key chain derringer is really a last resort for concealed carry. It is written that High Brow European ladies would stick this in the ear of an overly amourous admirer in order to effect a get away. Also a 2mm round.
     
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    Mice. Actually more like rats!!

    Kahr MK9 Elite.

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    East Deutsch Pistolet Makarova


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    My standard issue MG, P3AT, is on it's way back to the womb for repair!!!
     
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    If I go by WWG tomorrow I'll bring my Mustang and my camera. I'd like to see the R9 next to it's little older brother.
     
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    My NAA Guardian .380 mouser.
     

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    For a minute I thought .380 Mauser was some cartridge I hadn't heard of.
     
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