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Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Michael Tinker Pearce, Sep 9, 2019.

  1. Michael Tinker Pearce

    Michael Tinker Pearce Member

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    it's MOUSEGUN MONDAY!

    Show us your itty-bitty blasters, be they .22, .25 or .32.

    Top left- S&W Model 61-1 in .22LR, bottom left- S&W .32 Double Action 4th Model, top right- Colt Jr. .25ACP, bottom right Mercury Automatic in .22LR
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  2. JERRY

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    I don't have a pure "mouse gun" pic... But here's a really crappy pic I took once of what I consider my "pocket pistols" (my J-frames didn't make the cut for that consideration)...

    Top row: NAA Earl (.22LR/.22WMR cylinders), NAA Black Widow (with Pug grip; .22LR/.22WMR cylinders)
    Second row: Beretta 950BS Jetfire (.25 ACP); Beretta Pico (.380 ACP -- I know that's not part of this discussion...But it's in the pic :D )
    Third row: NAA Mini (.22LR); Walther TPH (.22LR)
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    Here's a pic of the Black Widow in its current configuration, with CVang grip...
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  5. JERRY

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    I know .380 was omitted because there is always "that guy" who wants to include the Walther PPK et al. as his pocket gun and tries to make the argument for its mouse gun inclusion..... that said, I did include the LWS .380 because it is the same size as the LWS .25
     
  6. Michael Tinker Pearce

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    Works for me!
     
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    A couple High Standards in .22 mag. (One without grips for deep concealment...we thought it was cool a long time ago)

    NAA .22 short and LR.

    Seecamps in .32 and .25.

    Beretta 21A.

    Bauer .25.
     
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  8. MikeInOr

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    My favorite for shooting is the Kahr CM9. My least favorite for shooting but favorite for carrying is the DB9. The DB9 is about as big as I can pocket. I carry the P32 everyday at work. The center row 4th from the left was my first carry piece, a CZ45 in 25acp. It was eventually replaced with the NAA Guardian (.32 acp) when it first came out. I love the little NAA .22's, the top is 22lr, middle 22wmr, bottom 22wmr sidewinder. Someday I will add a .22short.

    The other four on the left are just my subcompacts... not really mouse guns.

    Even though they get tons of bad press and bad reviews I have always considered adding a DoubleTap .45 to my collection.
     
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  9. MikeInOr

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    ... double post
     
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    POS, but it goes bang, I ran 25 rounds thru it when I got it with out any FTF-FTE.
     

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    Wasn't at home yesterday, and am not today, to take pictures. Own a Jennings J22, Bauer .25, NAA mini .22LR, Beretta Bobcat 21A, Kel-Tec P32, Taurus PT22, two Taurus PT25s, and a Phoenix HP22A. There's a Taurus TCP in the set, too, but I consider .380 out of "mousegun" caliber territory.
     
  12. bikerdoc

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    I don't have anything lower than 380, but the wife loves her NAA 22 mag.
     
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    Hopkins & Allen Safety Police 32S&W & Beretta Pico:
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    Beretta Tomcat:
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    Taurus PT-22 Annoying Cricket:
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    JERRY

    Nice Seecamp Trifecta!
     
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    One definite Mouse Gun and one that's a Mouse Gun but it's a .380:

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    If I can include some very small .380s then I have two more:

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  16. JERRY

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    thanks, but its two 32s and one 380. I just could bring myself to get the 25
     
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    Mouse guns?,,,
    I have a couple.
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    Taurus 22-PLY and Taurus 25-PLY,,,
    These little rodents have been virtually flawless performers.

    They are very ergonomic and point naturally,,,
    Both are very easy to hit with.

    Very fun range toys,,,
    They bring out my inner James Bond.

    Aarond

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  18. bannockburn

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    JERRY

    Do it JERRY, do it for your Seecamp collection!
     
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    Michael - I also have a "Junior Colt" in .25 but you have the nicer looking wood grips. Mine are black plastic.
    It was NIB (until I got it) still in the vinyl pouch and original box and was an inherited gun.
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    9mm is the smallest I have! P938 Legion. I have no mice...…...
     
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    That prompted me to go look and see what the breakdown in my semi-automatics looked like and it turns out to be pretty even; I have as many 32acp semi-automatics as 9mm Parabellum and 380 combined.
     
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    I'm feeling photo challenged these days but my mouse herd includes a .22LR NAA revolver, a .32 Seecamp, a .380 LCP, and also a .380 Interarms PPK. Yup, they all work bettern' sharp sticks.
     
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    JTHunter

    I had the Astra Cub version of your Junior Colt. Mine was in .22 Short and I was amazed by the amount of craftsmanship that went into making such a tiny gun work!
     
  25. Meeks36

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    Looks like I'm buying a Keltec P32 this weekend. Seeing all these mouse guns makes me miss my .25. Going to step up to .32 will post picks.
     
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