THE smallest .45 .......

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  1. JohnHenry

    JohnHenry Well-Known Member

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    i don't like it
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    not smallest ....

    9mm version cant find the .45 ..

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    Reporter needs to learn how to write and the editor needs to learn how to edit.

    Might be "5/8 of an inch wide", but that's a big difference from "the world's smallest at 5/8 of an inch".

    Now, this is a small 45. Semerling. Not 2 shots with two more stored in the grip to quickly reload (hopefully). 5 shot magazine. 19 ounces fully loaded. No longer in production, which is why that one can be "smallest in production".

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    :) I like that little two shot Herzel derringer. Small, light, easy to slip into your pocket when you run to the store for some forgotten item. I think I will purchase one sooner or later. I do believe that two 45 slugs will suffice in most situations. I read that they use ball bearings in the action for a smooth trigger pull.
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    they did , they did ..
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    Looks like they are still being made to order ;)

    http://www.amderringer.com/lms.html
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    It's not for me.
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    i'll stick with my G36 if i want a small .45....it'll shoot circles around some of these newer "pocket rockets", and is a soft shooter
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    I agree.

    Hi Woody.
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    I like the sw 945 3.25 not the smallest but small enough and shoots verry good
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    Nice, but I prefer the stainless steel AMT Backup in .45, 6 rounds of potent .45 and fits in a back pocket like a wallet.
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    "Tatical Reload" Now that don't make much sense for this type of gun!
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    That has to kick like a mule.
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    Someone posted the other day about needing a light gun to carry in their shorts. Maybe this is it. Otherwise can't see owning one
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