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.


  • 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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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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