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Lets see the smallest pistol in your collection

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Bhargrin, Jun 21, 2013.

  1. Bhargrin

    Bhargrin Sharpshooter

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    Stinger .22 pen pistol. Because this pistol must be in a pistol configuration to operate, it does not require any more paperwork than buying a pistol.

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    The trigger does not protrude until in the firing position.

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  2. neginfluence04

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    that thing is AWESOME how much was it and where can I get one?
     
  3. Bhargrin

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    It was originally sold by Braver man Corp back in the early 90s. Because the company was very niche specific they didn't last long as a company. It originally sold for $75.00 in 1993. I have seen a few listed recently on gun sale boards for around $260.00.
     
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    this is my smallest its a 1930 thru 1950 Hercules 38 spl teargas pen Hercules Gas pen 001.jpg Hercules Gas pen 002.jpg
     
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    My belt buckle gun.
     
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    Micro Desert eagle, nice small 380, its double action only and has no mechanical safety.

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    Guy I work with just picked one of these little fireballs up. I asked him what it was and he called it his belly gun. I looked at him perplexed and he explained "because the only way you can hit someone with it is to shove it in their belly and pull the trigger." - should be fun to shoot!
     
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    Smallest pistol I have is a Kahr CM9. Fits easily in my pocket holster.

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    This is my belly gun:
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    Ok, it's a Wikipedia picture, not my particular Baby Browning, but on my iPad that pic is just about life-size. ;) Speer JHPs in .25ACP make it suitable for dispatching small animals, but if I stick it in your gut and pull the trigger, you're gonna have a bad day, and, in its holster, it's about the size of a wallet.
     

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