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smallest 25, and 32 pistols?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by G.A.Pster, Feb 26, 2009.

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  1. G.A.Pster

    G.A.Pster Member

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    What are the smallest 32 and 25 pistols that have been made?
     
  2. Dragk913

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    I don't know if it's the smallest, but the NAA Guardian is a pretty small .32 (they also make a .380).
     
  3. Claude Clay

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    but for a 25; i had one the other day. i put it down on the desk and cant find it now.....colt 1908 kinda defines the 25. though if it is the smallest. i do not know.
    do a search cause there is a diagram posted that will be of interest.
     
  4. HisSoldier

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    Bayard .25, .32 and .380 were all so small that they are hard to hold onto. I've been reading up on them because I may have to make a firing pin for one. Size wise they are a lot smaller than a Kel-Tec. It's hard to imagine anything much smaller in an auto pistol than a Baby Browning. (4.3 MM Lilliput, :))
     
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    CZ Duo (.25)
     
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    My Beretta 418 is on the smaller side, but is plenty heavy.

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    Baby Browning/Bauer automatic.

    Next to my P32:

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    As Bobo mentioned, the Walther Modell 9 is reputed to be the smallest one around, slightly smaller even than the Baby Browning. The Model 9 was approximately 4 inches long and weighed 9 ounces. Magazine capacity was 6 rounds. About 250,000 examples were made from 1921 to 1945.
     
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