Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Hoyte, Sep 8, 2020.
Two little ones...a Bernardelli VP in .25 ACP and Baby Bulldog in .32 Colt.
Colt Mustang XSP
I can't stand it
Picked up a BUGII over the summer and it quickly became one of my favs. My boys call it pew pew.
NAA 22 Short...
Still have it...
H&R 999 Sportsman in .22. I still have it.
Firearms International.25 ACP
S&W J Frame for me it’s as small that I feel comfortable with bringing into a defense position without fumbling and loss of speed. My 351C coming in at 11 ounces Makes for great small gun.
For about 10 years my smallest gun was a Kel Tec PF9 (9mm), which gave way a few years back to a Seecamp LWS 32 (.32 ACP), which as of last year or so gave way to my Bauer .25 Automatic (.25 ACP). This is the smallest hand gun I own, or have ever owned.
That’s a beautiful gun. Grips go perfect with it.
Beretta 950. Or, maybe a Jennings .22....I am so ashamed. It was decades ago, honest, I was young and stupid. I swear.
I am a huge mouser fan. The Walther Model 9 is the smallest commercial autoloader followed closely by the Baby/Bauer. Here's a shot that shows some of the guns mentioned in the thread.
Browning 25, but I'm tempted by those naa mini revolvers!
Smallest revolver: NAA Sidewinder 22 Magnum, picked it up at a pawn shop. Smallest autoloader: Raven P-25, my grandmother bought it new in the mid 1970's.
My Cobar .38 spl stack barrel derringer.
I don’t own it, but I shot an XDS in 380 acp this weekend and was stunned at how compact it is.
Seecamp .32. Glad I replaced it with an LCPII.
Ruger LC9S PRO hdbiker
I have a Remington vest pocket derringer. It's very tiny. Black powder 22 rimfire. 3 digit serial # Made somewhere between 1863-65. Spring is still strong, refinished in the 1800's.
Still haven't shot the Belgium yet, reminded me to get some ammo from that guy up north...
Smallest modern pistol... Colt 1908 Vest Pocket Pistol
It depends on how you measure them.
Either an AMT .380 Backup, a Cobra Derringer in .22 Mag or a NAA Mini convertible .22.
A few people mentioned the 2mm pinfire guns. I just wrote a little article about them:
They've got to be about the smallest and definitely the smallest in my collection.
I had a Bernardelli VB like Pete's except .22 Short. I thought about the .22 Long but ammo was getting scarce even then. Not a big enough frame for Long Rifle.
I carry full size guns most of the time,but one of these or both are always on my person.The main point is have a gun
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