Chambered in .25 ACP, the Baby Browning micro handgun design was a popular option for a pocket pistol imported from Europe during the 1950s and 1960s.
This past month two noteworthy pistols, one owned by President Theodore Roosevelt and another used in the James Bond film "Dr. No" staring the late Sean Connery, sold at auction.
During the Vietnam War, the men of the Studies and Observations Group (SOG) carried an astonishing array of firearms while operating behind enemy lines.
In this review, we look over a 1970s Italian handgun that is now available through AIM Surplus and chambered in the old but not forgotten .32 ACP cartridge. This is the Italian-made Beretta Model 81 Cheetah, a smaller cousin of the venerable Beretta Model 92.