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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Limited Edition .25 ACP Baby available from PSA (Precision Small Arms)


The following came in via Email from PSA.


We have partnered with three of the industry's best to bring you something truly unique: Shiloh Sharps of Big Timber, Montana, Yurttas Gun Stock Blanks of Istanbul, Turkey, and Westley Richards of Birmingham, England. These world class companies have contributed their expertise to bring you a most handsome "Ash & Bone" color case hardened version of our classic PSA-25 pistol. Sporting hand polished, air dried walnut burl grips, a 24 karat gold plated trigger and two nickel plated magazines.  Ships with its own black or brown hand crafted Swedish leather zippered pouch. Only 500 of these beauties will be made. Deliveries start July 2012.  Call 970-390-5520 or email us at sales@precisionsmallarms.com to reserve yours today with a $250 fully refundable deposit. Worldwide dealer inquiries welcome.





2 comments:

Glenn B said...

Just went to their website to try to find a price because the required deposit amount of $250 hinted the price would be sky high. The models they already sell go for from about $549 for a standard blued model up to $800 for a featherweight model.

Wow, I can only imagine what the fancy one will sell for, my guess would be over a grand! I think if I was going to spend that much on a pistol, it certainly would not be on a .25 caliber pocket pistol.

all the best,
GB

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
This is like when someone (ubirty I think) started making a repop of the Smith & Wesson single action. Silly me, I thought it would cost less than the orginals.