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Mouse guns - Primary & Secondary podcast with Claude Werner

Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by HiredHand, Oct 13, 2018.

  1. pstmstr

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    Here’s a video of my S&W 340 M&P .357 Mag mouse gun. It’s getting jacket weather out, time to practice up for Walmart visits.




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    I’ve taken Claude Werner’s class and it was a learning experience.


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    I was at that match! We all thought that was pretty cool.
     
  4. HiredHand

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    Here is Ken Hackathorn running the Wizard drill and explaining the scoring.

     
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    Real mouse gun! Weighs next to nothing, fits in pocket and not noticeable. Finally found a gun that won’t pull my pants down!
     

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    We need details. You have to post details!
     
  7. bigred1

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    ^^^^^ I agree, pics makes it real but we need the details on that little gem. ^^^^^ @John6185
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean by details, but it is a .25 caliber ACP, stick it in your pocket and you forget it's there-sort of like a pocket knife. I bought it used of course, this one was made in 1967 based on the serial number. I had to clean it up, new grips, and "recalibrate/reset" the trigger arm because it was not working. it had to go in front of the spring vs rear where it was. I live in a community where there are no fields to shoot a firearm and I wanted to see if I had the trigger arm installed properly and had some hollow point ammo that I took the bullet off the casing and poured out he powder. (Not supposed to dry-fire this weapon) Then I put the shell in the barrel and pulled the trigger -BAM! I had it right.
    Total height: 0.2362′
    Length: 0′ 4″
    Barrel length: 2.11″
    Weight: 275 g (9.7 oz)
    Cartridge: .25 ACP 6,35mm
    Wars: World War II
    Produced: 1931–1979, 1982 -?
    John Moses Browning was a Mormon and couldn't find a market in the United states for this particular weapon so he traveled to Europe and found his niche whereupon it was manufactured and became a weapon used by our military flyers during WWII. The value? Whatever the market allows, usually going between $300-$400 and sometimes onward to $800 for one in near new Or mint condition. I paid $264 for this particular gun. At close range it can be very effective but at long range is another question. They are somewhat difficult to clean because of the parts and springs-I think there are 13 parts in the pistol. There is a clone, the Bauer .25 that is a replica of the Baby Browning and the parts do interchange. The clips are somewhat expensive as well, around $35.00 and as expected, they are tiny as is the gun.
    I hope I have answered your posts to your satisfaction, also, there is no external hammer. Correction, there are 30 some odd parts! Here is a photo of the clip:
     

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    Yep, I believe that covers it for me. I just like hearing about firearms like yours. Thanks @John6185
     
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    You're more than welcome! And thank you for asking, I learned some things also.
     

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