Precision Small Parts, PSP-25 (Baby Browning) Semi-Automatic Pistol, Made in Charlottesville, Virginia
Guns International #: 101582431 Seller's Inventory #:
Category: Browning Belgium Pistols - Baby Browning - .25 Pistols
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Company: Barboursville Arms Inc, LLC
Member Since: 10/12/14
First Name: Jerry
Last Name: Pownall
Country: United States
Phone: (540) 207-0597
Number of Active Listings: 20
Total Number of Listings: 86
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Cash, Check, USPS Money Order
The PSP-25 (Precision Small Parts) is a USA-made version of the Baby Browning produced under license from Fabrique Nationale. It is a semi-automatic, striker-fired, blow-back pistol, with a 2.13-inch barrel, one six-round magazine, a black checkered plastic grip panels, fixed front and rear sights, and a polished black finish. The left side of the slide is stamped “PSP-25” (first line) and “CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.” (second line). The serial number is stamped below that on the frame. There are no other markings on the gun except for the "S" for safety. Other specifications, as described in S.P. Fjestad Blue Book of Gun Values, 40th Edition, are: Total Length: 4.07 inches; Height: 2.89 inches; and Width: 88 inches; Unloaded Weight: 9.5 ounces; Pull Weight: approximately 5.5 pounds. It is manufactured of all steel alloy components. Year of manufacture is 1987-1988 in Charlottesville, VA.
Other accessories, aside from those mentioned above, include the original box (one end flap has a 1½ inch tear) with styrofoam-insert case, original owner’s manual, original warranty card (not filled out), original Comprehensive Extended Warranty Program brochure, and original “Firearms Safety Depends on You” brochure.
The overall condition of this gun is 100 percent. The gun has not been fired since purchased. The metal and plastic grip panels are new condition.
An article entitled, “The Baby Browning” can be found on line. I cannot provide the URL at it would violate GI rules; however, but I will email to you upon request. The article talks to the development of the FN 1906, aka Baby Browning, and its link to the PSP-25.
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The buyer pays $650 (sales price) + $20 (USPS Priority Mail) + 10.95 (insurance), if insurance is desired. If insurance is not desired, deduct $10.95. Per the USPS , insurance is calculated as $9.55 for the first $600, plus $1.40 for each additional $100 (rounded up).
The fastest way to get this gun is to pay with USPS (U.S. Postal Service) money orders, as they are like cash, and I don’t have to wait for them to clear. However, I will accept a personal check, other type checks, or other type money orders, but I will hold the gun until it clears my bank; that includes bank checks and cashier’s checks.