Sootch00 Review: Baby Browning, The Legendary Mouse Gun

The Baby Browning: A classic in design and quality

The Baby Browning was produced at F.N. in 1905 and was officially imported by Browning in 1954. This 25 autoloading pistol was discontinued in 1969.

Specifications:

  • Length: 4.1″
  • Height: 2.9″
  • Width: .75″
  • Weight: 9.5 Ounces Empty
  • Barrel Length: 2″
  • Caliber: .25 ACP
  • Capacity: 6+1
  • Number Produced by FN: About 500,000 from 1931 to 1979

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pmrii

In the late 1950s and early 1960s the Baby Browning was carried by a lot of diplomats when they went overseas. In 1965, after returning to the states, I often went shooting at the local public and police gun range. I was often chided about how inaccurate the gun was and I would make bets that I could hit the target at 50 feet. Often the bets would be $5 and I would walk away with $25+ in winnings. Sometimes the bet would be to hit within the target. Although the 25 cal has a bad rep and the Baby Browning has a short barrel, if you know how to aim and squeeze you can hit the target.

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