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Recent Browning .25 clone?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jigglyjames29, Apr 17, 2013.

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  1. jigglyjames29

    jigglyjames29 Member

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    I remember seeing new (mid 2012+) clones of either browning or colt .25 autos... can't really remember which, but now it's burning me up inside.

    Any help?
     
  2. 351 WINCHESTER

    351 WINCHESTER Member

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    Bauer made very good copies of the Browning. I think someone elese was or still is making them, just dont' recall their name.
     
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    Precision Small Arms makes a very high quality licensed copy of the Baby Browning. I have seen a number of them from time to time at various gunshops and gunshows and I am always impressed by the quality materials they use in their construction and by their attention to detail with their manufacture. However be prepared to pay for all that craftsmanship as the last one I saw, a basic blued model, was priced at around $650.
     
  5. MICHAEL T

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    Just find a used Bauer They were quality made and are not junk. I still have a shoot mine.Its from late 1970's .

    650 bucks is to much for this pistol I looked at 1 last year and just did see that kind of money for a remake of my Bauer .
    Bauer is a Clone of the little browning parts interchange,
     
  6. toivo

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    My Precision Small Arms Baby Browning clone:

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    It's a very well-made pistol. Maybe not the most practical handgun in the world, but cute as a bug (get it?) and lots of fun to mess with at the range.

    PS: Agreed that they are very pricey -- I got a really good deal on mine from a newly-licensed FFL who really wanted to generate some sales.
     
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  7. bannockburn

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    I would have to agree that $650 is a lot of money to pay for a .25 caliber pistol. However there are still Baby Brownings out there that can be found for considerably less than the price of a new PSA model. I picked this one up a couple of years ago, LNIB with the manual, for $400. Extremely well built and just an amazing design.
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  8. jigglyjames29

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    Thanks guys!
     
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