Precision Small Arms PSA-25


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Precision Small Arms PSA-25 The Traditional model (blued)Precision Small Arms PSA-25 Silver
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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings of the Precision Small Arms PSA-25 pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

The PSA-25 is a subcompact semi-auto chambered in .25 ACP and built on either a steel or an aluminum frame. It is essentially a reproduction of the FN/Browning Baby pistol originally produced in 1931.

A large number of finishes are available, including blue, stainless, satin, mirror, gold plating and more.

The Specs
Precision Small Arms PSA-25 The Traditional model (blued)
The Traditional model (blued).
Frame Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Width Height Weight
steel .25 ACP 6+1 4.11″ 2.13″ .88″ 2.88″ 9.7 oz.
aluminum .25 ACP 6+1 4.11″ 2.13″ .88″ 2.88″ 7.25 oz.

MSRP for the Traditional (hot blue finish): $649.99
MSRP for the Traditional HP (high polish hot blue finish): $749.99
MSRP for the Bone & Charcoal Color Case Hardening: $1,003.99
MSRP for the Traditional Color Case Hardening: $922.99
MSRP for the Nouveau-Satin (grit nickel finish): $649.99
MSRP for the Nouveau-Mirror (high polish nickel finish): $749.99
MSRP for the Stainless: $774.99
MSRP for the Black Stainless: $854.99
MSRP for the Beauxarts Stainless (high polish finish): $949.99
MSRP for the Featherweight (high polish chrome slide): $1030.99
MSRP for the Featherweight-S (high polish): $1,220.99
MSRP for the Featherweight-T (high polish, and titanium trigger/firing pin/grips): $1,727.99
MSRP for the Montreaux RG (polished 18K rose gold plated): $1,193.99
MSRP for the Montreaux YG (polished 24K gold plated): $1,085.99
MSRP for the Montruex SP (polished sterling silver plated): $1,085.99
MSRP for the Diplomat (high polished hot blue): $1,145.99
MSRP for the Renaissance HB (hot blued and engraved): $2,875.99
MSRP for the Renaissance FB (French blued and engraved): $2,875.99
MSRP for the Renaissance Coin (glass/zircon bead blasted nickel finish): $2,875.99
MSRP for the Renaissance YG (24K gold plated): $2,875.99
MSRP for the Imperiale (24K gold inlay filigree): $3,526
MSRP for the Grand Exhibition No. 1 (orange, green and yellow gold inlay filigree and resettes, and a solid 18K gold trigger: $5,280

Precision Small Arms PSA-25 The Stainless model
The Stainless model.
Precision Small Arms PSA-25 The Featherweight model (aluminum frame).
The Featherweight model (aluminum frame).
Precision Small Arms PSA-25 Renaissance model
The Renaissance model (engraved, ivory grips, gold-plated highlights).
Precision Small Arms PSA-25 The Grand Exhibition No. 1 model
The Grand Exhibition No. 1 model (engraved, gold inlay, ivory grips, polished blue finish).
Precision Small Arms PSA-25 Imperiale model
The Imperiale model (engraved, gold inlay, ivory grips, polished blue finish).
Precision Small Arms PSA-25 The Montreau 24K model (a 24K gold-plated finish).
The Montreau 24K model (a 24K gold-plated finish).
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  1. I bought this gun used for $175 and its great! It even came with a tiny little CCW holster. Nobody carries these anymore for defense but they are a great toy and piece of history. Shoots fine and is beautifully made.
    If there ever was a fashion purse gun, this is it!

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  2. I bought this gun used for $175 and its great! It even came with a tiny little CCW holster. Nobody carries these anymore for defense but they are a great toy and piece of history. Shoots fine and is beautifully made.
    If there ever was a fashion purse gun, this is it!

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  3. Recently bought one of these. I use it for back up CCW. I practiced with it, but I would like to know how to break down for cleaning.

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  4. Recently bought one of these. I use it for back up CCW. I practiced with it, but I would like to know how to break down for cleaning.

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  5. These are definitely the most beautiful and well crafted .25 acp pistol. The history is fascinating and how can you go wrong with a Browning designed weapon. When you consider accuracy? It outshoots my Ppk/s handedly. When you consider conceal-ability there is nothing better. Then there’s the .25 acp ammunition. I’m from the old school of accuracy trumps everything else. Whether it’s a 9mm or .22 long rifle I’m gonna aim the same and put a round or two in someone’s eye. If you take bullet proof attire into consideration, I’ll still take the .25. A 9mm is no better than a .25 for penetration against armor so here again you’re looking at an eye/head shot. Then we get to the appeal of any gun. I have yet to show someone my PSP-25, baby Browning or Bauer .25 that they didn’t fall in love with it. It’s a very friendly and non-intimidating weapon. Even first time female shooters are drawn to it. My wife and daughters wanted one as soon as they saw mine. The biggest complaint from me is the safety. The safety on it now is awesome and locks out the slide. The problem is the ability to carry a round in the chamber. I wish the safety also blocked the firing pin. It’s still the best all around .25 for concealed carry. I also have to admit that I may be addicted to the Baby B. In all of its incarnations and search gunbroker almost daily in hopes of getting a great deal on one.

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  6. These are definitely the most beautiful and well crafted .25 acp pistol. The history is fascinating and how can you go wrong with a Browning designed weapon. When you consider accuracy? It outshoots my Ppk/s handedly. When you consider conceal-ability there is nothing better. Then there’s the .25 acp ammunition. I’m from the old school of accuracy trumps everything else. Whether it’s a 9mm or .22 long rifle I’m gonna aim the same and put a round or two in someone’s eye. If you take bullet proof attire into consideration, I’ll still take the .25. A 9mm is no better than a .25 for penetration against armor so here again you’re looking at an eye/head shot. Then we get to the appeal of any gun. I have yet to show someone my PSP-25, baby Browning or Bauer .25 that they didn’t fall in love with it. It’s a very friendly and non-intimidating weapon. Even first time female shooters are drawn to it. My wife and daughters wanted one as soon as they saw mine. The biggest complaint from me is the safety. The safety on it now is awesome and locks out the slide. The problem is the ability to carry a round in the chamber. I wish the safety also blocked the firing pin. It’s still the best all around .25 for concealed carry. I also have to admit that I may be addicted to the Baby B. In all of its incarnations and search gunbroker almost daily in hopes of getting a great deal on one.

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