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FIE Titan .25 Italian

Discussion in 'Saturday Night Special' started by chesster, Jul 14, 2007.

  1. chesster

    chesster

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    Got a nice nickel or chrome one for $50. Near mint. Seems to be well fitted except for the white plastic grips which wiggle a bit. It is not a Beretta 950 but what else is!!!
     
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  2. eddief4

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  3. michael t

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    mine goes bang every time I pull the trigger and has never jammed. I paid 50 for mine also.
     
  4. Blast

    Blast 'nuff said

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    I had one back in the late 80s. Mint condition, nickel finish, black grips. It shot everytime. Bought it from a friend of a friend for $40. Sold it for $50 a couple years later. Was still in fine condition.
     
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  5. bac1023

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  6. martin08

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    Got one in my right front pocket as we speak. 7 + 1up, quarter cock and in an Uncle Mike's size 1 holster. Black, wood grips.

    Always puts eight for eight on paper at 30 feet.

    Does the Chrome one in the OP say it was imported (Miami, Fla or something)? Or is it a pre-'68 ban edition?
     
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  7. zakarop

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    I have owned several of these and shot a number more. Never a problem. Good for what they are. Find you a spare mag or 2 and a little spare ammo. Makes a nice hide out or Onion Field piece.
     
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  8. keninnavarre

    keninnavarre bulletproof

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    Ive got a couple of those, I just cant pass them up for $50 or less. Ive always been interested in mouse guns, since I was a kid. Got 11 or so in .25 and 5 in .22.
     
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  9. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall Wallbuilder and Weapon Bearer

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    I never fired a .25, never really wanted to.

    But when I see how Baby Brownings are so much smaller than any .22 or .32 out there, they catch my eye.
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  10. Gray_Rider

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    I had one many years ago. Reliable as a brick and fed everything I put in the magazine.

    A tad heavy for just a .25. Sold mine when the KelTec P32 (which also has been reliable as a brick for over seventeen years), came out.

    Sweet little gun.

    Would buy one again tomorrow for $50!

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