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Gun Source offers Phoenix Arms HP25A Pistol, RAHP25ANB, Nickel Finish, Single Action Only, 3 Inch Barrel, Alloy Frame, Plastic Grips, 10 Round Capacity, Fixed Sights + Free Shipping. The small size of the Phoenix Arms HP-25A Pistol doesn't take away from it's power. Compact enough for a concealed carry the Phoenix Arms HP-25A Pistol is comfortable in the hand and gives you easy pointability too. Great for self protection, plinking around, informal target shooting the Phoenix Arms HP-25A Pistol is great for you.
Phoenix Arms HP-25A Pistol
Model: HP25A
Manufacturer Number: RAHP25ANB
Action: Single Action
Caliber: 25 ACP
Capacity: 10 Round
Barrel Length: 3 Inch
Grips: Plastic
Sights: Fixed
Frame: Alloy
Weight: 20 Ounces
Product ID: 45394
UPC: 753733103233
MFG ID: HP25ANB

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Comments (19)

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Its a rat/snake gun you libtards. Get a life. Acting like you know your sh*t on guns.

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You're going to shoot rats with the least accurate 3 inch barrel on the planet?

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Guess he don't know his sh*t...lol

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X que no lo puedo pagar si ya me cobraron 1. 95 x el procecimento

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Only on this site can a product get 8 up votes vs. 0 down votes and then have 11 comments stating how shitty the product/company is.

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Down-voting requires a reason, & "crappy product" isn't an option on the list...

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I have this pistol, wish I wouldn't have bought it... I guess it could be a last resort backup to your everyday cary. But I definitely would bet my life on it... lucky I only paid 90.00 for it off another site... wish I had the 90 back....

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WOULDN'T BET MY LIFE ON IT

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I have the .22lr version with a 5 inch barrel. It's ok. Nothing special. I feel like this pistol would be a fun plinker in 25 acp and probably more reliable. 25 acp is not cheap though and a bad idea for self defense. All that being said I would never buy anything from NGOA no matter the price.

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http://weaponsman.com/?p=31823
"Carry a 25 if it makes you feel good, but do not ever load it. If you load it you may shoot it. If you shoot it you may hit somebody, and if you hit somebody – and he finds out about it – he may be very angry with you."

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IIRC, it's in the beginning of Dr. No [1st Bond story], when Bond is forcibly introduced at M's insistence to his trademark PPK; Bond is returning from a long convalescence after getting the sh!t kicked out of him by a Soviet agent who didn't take kindly to Bond shooting him with his (heretofore favorite) Beretta in .25acp. One must assume that Bond's shooting skills were such that he was normally able to put one behind the ear any time he had to use it prior to that encounter. He gets sent to Q section, where Major Boothroyd ["Q"] tells him how spiffy the PPK is, with its "mighty" .32acp round "that hits like a brick thrown thru a plate glass window..." [Bwaaahahahaha...]

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I have pictures of my 22lr model that literally almost blew up in my hand, stay away from this gun and company.

https://imgur.com/a/D3pQQj1

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I think blow up in your hand is extreme, but definitely cracked your slide. Which is kind of impressively bad shooting 22lr.

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25acp? Never seen that round for sale.

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It’s available

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They've made some, and nobody's buying it, so it will always be available!☺

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I see they removed my comment on this gun and company from two days ago.

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What did you say?

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That this pistol and company weren’t exactly 5 star rated.

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