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Smallest I've ever owned: AMT 380 BackUp II. Had it from 1997 to 2010.
The 380Backup was the first firearm I owned. Very slim; not a plinker. I went on to own several of the AMT DAO models, including the .45ACP - very well-made gun.

The smallest was a Walther TPH .22LR; that was sold to a buyer in Hawaii; no extra charge to ship it from Targetmaster in Chadds Ford, PA.



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I've got a few others (Ruger LCP and LCP2), but this Seecamp LWS380 is my favorite because of the quality of the build and tiny size (for a .380 ACP).



It's also a Milford. You've got a keeper there!




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I had a Hogue on my LCP before and it was great. I ended up trading it and then trading and getting another LCP. I got another Hogue but the fit was loose so I took it off. Kinda at a loss on what to do.


Maybe buy another to see if that one is a defect?
 
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I will probably end up doing that. The hogue does really improve the tiny gun.

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I had a Hogue on my LCP before and it was great. I ended up trading it and then trading and getting another LCP. I got another Hogue but the fit was loose so I took it off. Kinda at a loss on what to do.


Maybe buy another to see if that one is a defect?
 
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Beretta Bobcat .25 ACP



Sig P226 .40 S&W
Sig SP2022 9mm
RIA 1911 Gov't .45
...and more
 
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I posted this elsewhere, but it's a slow day (as are most of them these days). I added a new mouse gun. This one makes my Seecamp look large by comparison.





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I have S&W M&P BG 380,Jennings .32 auto. Cobar .38 special stack barrel derringer.I call them my mouse guns.


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Todays .380 Work from Home Mousegun

 
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This is my wife's EDC KelTec P3AT. I sent the slide to CCR several years ago to have it finished in her favorite dark red. Holster is from Big River Leather.

I have the same pistol with stock slide and no exotic leather on my holster.

100_6175 by Brad Benzing, on Flickr


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No picture but a Walther PPK.

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I posted this elsewhere, but it's a slow day (as are most of them these days). I added a new mouse gun. This one makes my Seecamp look large by comparison.



I didn't forget the offer I promised. Just waiting on better news on thr virus front as I have a high risk family member. Thanks, John


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mouse gun du jour

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Baby Hammerless. Late 1930s. .22 short. Nonfunctional... Well, it would fire. Once.

EDC is a 938.




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I lost my HDD so I'll have to replicate the photo of my "poor man's food protection" pic with my Raven .25acp and a Cup-O-Noodles...




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Walther PP .380 and Ruger LCR in .22Mag. The Ruger was acquired from a member here. Thanks Again!




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My mouse guns are a .Jennings .32 auto,S&W M&P BG 380. & Corba .38 spl stack barrel derringer.


I was born by the river,like the river I been running every since,I know a change gonna come.Sam Cooke

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In addition to my Seecamp LWS380, I have a few other "mice", the most enjoyable to actually shoot is my all stainless (with electroless nickel finish) Sig P238.


"I'm not fluent in the language of violence, but I know enough to get around in places where it's spoken."
 
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