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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The PSA .25 ACP Featherweight Baby is available for immediate shipment


This following came in via Email from Precision Small Arms (PSA):

Be among the first to take delivery of the all-new Blackberry-sized FEATHERWEIGHT. Machined from steel and aerospace aluminum billet to exacting standards, obsessed over in the making, this world class 6.35mm (.25 ACP) concealed carry pistol will last a lifetime and be there when you need it. Low serial numbers still available. When only the very best in personal protection will do.




Ok how much?

My dad had a Baby Browning he often carried in summer or when wearing light clothing that wouldn't conceal his snubnose revolver.

I shot it a bunch. I thought it was a decent shooting gun. My dad subscribed to the "It's not the size it's the shooter and the aim" club and believed it was better to be armed with a .22 or .25 than nothing at all.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Andrews has the lightweight for around $600, but I dunno if that is the going rate.

I like the little critters; I'd have to agree, they sure would seem to be much better than nothing ;)

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
This is an interesting beastie, but a little high for my budget right now. Besides that I have been offered an orginal by a friend who isn't in a hurry to sell it. Perhaps later in the year.

Anonymous said...

I have a brand new PSA GR4005 Featherweight, gold trigger for sale in a presentation box made in Italy.
Comes with 3 factory mags and accessories.

I have $775.00 into it. Will sell for $700.00 solid.
Must ship to an FFL dealer.
Gary / Texas