In the spirit of the very successful snubbie revolver thread. I dusted off these four Mousers which have been dormant in my safe for a quarter century:
(Now, you too can admit it if you have any like these in your collection!)
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From top to bottom:
1.) Beretta Model 20 .25ACP The only one of these I ever considered carrying (and usually opted not to do so).
2.) West German Walther TPH .22LR alloy frame. (Very rare in the US due to GCA 1968). I should have opted for the even rarer, (and much more reliable) .25ACP. Those familiar with "Walther Bite" from the slide of the classic PP series will find the TPH even more biting.
3.) and 4.) Beretta Model 21A's in .25 ACP and .22LR. The Pimp-Gun nickle finish is softened by the nice, though bulky and somewhat impractical hardwood grips. The .22 version affords cheap practice for the more reliably-functioning .25's. Unlike the more compact, now-discontinued Model 20, these are available in both .22LR and .25ACP.