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Seller:Top-Rated Plus Seller holsterman&#x;️(,)%, Location:Palatine, Illinois, Ships to: US, Item:GUN HOLSTER FOR RAVEN 25, TITAN, EXCAM TARGA. PLANET HOLSTER Made in the USA AGENT KANGARO COMBINATION CLIP-ON / BELT WITH MAGAZINE POUCH FOR THE RAVEN MP25, TITAN 25, TARGA 25 This is a brand new holster from a USA manufacturer. It combines the ruggedness and stability of a belt holster with the convenience of a clip-on. It's multi-layer nylon cushion fit design molds itself to the shape of the gun. This holster is ambidextrous and includes both 2" wide belt loops and a sturdy, high carbon, black metal clip. The holster may be worn either left or right handed; it includes belt loops on both sides and the metal clip can be moved from side to side. The polyslide sight channel, soft nylon lining and reinforced thumb break insure a quick release and a smooth draw. The thumbreak is positioned across the hammer instead of the grip for a natural feel and a positive draw. An extra magazine pouch mounted on the front channel of the holster is standard. The holster is constructed using only top grade, new materials, and no surplus automotive foams, fillers or liners. The nylon exterior provides resistance to scuffs, abrasions and moisture. The interior features a smooth nylon lining and a closed cell foam moisture barrier. It is sewn using nylon thread and edgebound with nylon binding tape using double needle stitching to provide about 14 stitches per inch reinforcement. The combination of materials and hand finishing provides a strong, good looking, long wearing holster. See our shipping guarantee under Payment Instructions below. WE CARRY HUNDREDS OF GUN HANDLING ITEMS IN OUR STORE, PLEASE SEE THE INDEX ABOVE. CUSTOMER SERVICE We would like you to know that we follow the below guidelines in all of our transactions. 1: Encourage our customers to review our feedback profile prior to purchasing. (This is a really good idea anyway.) 2: Answer all emails within 10 hours of receipt. We actually average 3 hours or so, but have to consider foreign email that often arrives in the middle of the night. 3: Ship really quickly. We normally ship your products the day after your payment arrives, once in a while on the same day if we receive payment early in the morning. Foreign orders may take an extra day as they have to be taken to a Post Office. Friday, Saturday & Sunday orders ship the following Monday. 4: We can't guarantee that you will like our products, but we can guarantee a really prompt refund if you choose to return them. We would like to hear from you prior to returning an item; sometimes we make errors, and would like a chance to correct them. See #5. 5: We make errors (Wrong item, wrong size, etc.) now and then. Please let us know and we will correct our errors immediately by sending the correct item, picking up the incorrect item, or refunding all of your money, whichever is most appropriate, and whichever you would prefer. Since reshipping and paying for return shipping is pretty expensive, we try really hard not to mess up very often. 6: If you do not receive an item within a reasonable time (10 days in the USA), we will reship that item at no cost to you. We use the USPS and UPS tracking services to confirm delivery of your item. 7: If we've missed anything that you think is important, please let us know. We would like to give you the best buying experience you have ever had, not just on Ebay, but anywhere. BID WITH CONFIDENCE Read my policies on my SquareTrade Seal stwithpolicies stwflbp On Nov at PST, seller added the following information: On Jul at PDT, seller added the following information: Items sold to countries other than the United States may be subject to customs duties or taxes. Please check with your local authorities. Planet Holster is not responsible for any duties or taxes that might be incurred for delivery outside the United States.Condition:New, Restocking Fee:No, Return shipping will be paid by:Seller, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, Type:Belt Clip Holster, Brand:Federal, Color:Black, Material Type:Nylon, Model:RVN, Style:Hip, Handing:Ambidextrous, For Gun Make:RAVEN, For Gun Model:25, Country of Manufacture:United States, Material:Nylon, MPN:RVN

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Our Concealed Inside the Waistband (IWB) Holster is made in the USA by SideFire Holsters. It attaches to your pants using a reversible metal clip. This allows for placement in the small of your back, on your side, or in front. It also allows for left handed use. Small of back carry provides deep concealment and is usually the most comfortable place to carry.

The metal clip is made from strong steel and will keep the holster in place on a quick draw. The holster is made from durable Cordura ballistic nylon. The inside of the holster is lined with soft fabric to protect the surface of your gun.

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Pocket pistol

Term for a small, pocket-sized semi-automatic pistol

"Palm pistol" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Palm Pistol.

In American English, a pocket pistol is any small, pocket-sized semi-automatic pistol (or less commonly referencing either derringers, or small revolvers), and is suitable for concealed carry in either a coat, jacket, or trouser pocket.[1]

Pocket pistols were popular in the United States until the s and s, when most states passed laws limiting or prohibiting the carry of concealed weapons. However, the passage of "shall issue" firearms license laws in the s and s, resulted in a resurgence in the popularity of pocket pistol in the United States, creating new markets for small, simple, reliable, concealed carry firearms.

In general use, the term pocket pistol is purely descriptive, but "mouse gun" (used especially for those of the smallest calibers) is often a pejorative. Likewise, pocket pistols, due to their small size, often are lumped in with Saturday night specials, another pejorative term, which are typically inexpensive small caliber handguns.

History[edit]

The pocket pistol originated in the midth century as a small, concealable flintlock known as the Queen Anne pistol, the coat pistol, or the pocket pistol. This was used throughout the 18th century, evolving from a weapon reserved for the wealthy to a common sidearm in broader use as more and more manufacturers made them by the start of the 19th century.

Original Remington Model 95 derringer

The original 19th century vest-sized pocket pistol was the Philadelphia Deringer. The advent of the metallic cartridge gave us the classic double barrel RimfireRemington Model 95 which achieved such widespread popularity, that it has completely overshadowed all other designs, becoming synonymous with the word "Derringer". The Remington double-barrel derringer design is still being manufactured ( years after they were first introduced) by American Derringer, Bond Arms, and Cobra Arms, all of whom manufacture derringers in a variety of calibers from long rifle to Long Colt & gauge.[2]

caliber Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless

Introduced in the late 19th century snubnosed revolvers such as the "Banker Special", "Sheriff's Model", and "Shopkeeper Special" versions of the Colt Single Action Army revolvers were made by Colt's Manufacturing Company.[3] The Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless models were produced from to just before World War II. They were chambered in either S&W or S&W with a 5-shot cylinder. They were most often produced with a 2-inch, 3-inch, or inch barrels.[4][5] These top-break revolvers were designed for fast reloading and concealed carry as the hammer was internal and would not snag on drawing the revolver from a pocket. They also had a grip safety. They were known as "The New Departure" to reflect the company's new approach to designing revolvers.[4] Compared to other revolvers, this design of sacrifices power and range for maneuverability and concealment. Similar "hammerless" designs proved popular with other manufacturers such as Iver Johnson and Harrington & Richardson. In , Smith & Wesson introduced the more modern hand ejector model the Smith & Wesson Centennial Model

Colt Model Pocket Hammerless

The Colt Model Pocket Hammerless is a 9-shot, ACP caliber, self-loading, semi-automatic pistol designed by John Browning and built by Colt Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. The Colt Model Pocket Hammerless is an 8-shot, ACP caliber variant introduced five years later. Despite the title "hammerless", the Model does have a hammer. It is covered and hidden from view under the rear of the slide. This allows the pistol to be carried in, and withdrawn from a pocket quickly and smoothly without snagging.

Browning pocket FN pistols, Auto, various issues. Three different Safe systems.

The first widely used and successfully semi-automatic ACP pocket pistols were the FN Model , Colt Model Vest Pocket and later the Baby Browning. The FN was designed and marketed along with ACP cartridge in The M is a very small 7-shot, striker-fired, single action, blow-back operated semi-automatic pistol. It features a grip safety and the manual thumb operated safety that locks the slide in the closed position when engaged.

The FN Model , also known as the Browning model , was a departure for Browning. Before, his designs were produced by both FN in Europe and Colt Firearms in the United States. Since Colt did not want to produce it, Browning chose to patent and produce this design in Europe only. Introduced in , this pistol used a novel operating spring location surrounding the barrel. This location became the standard in such future weapons as the Walther PP and Russian Makarov. The Model incorporated the standard Browning striker-firing mechanism and a grip safety along with a magazine safety and an external safety lever (known as the "triple safety") in a compact package. It was offered in both ACP (8-shot) and ACP (7-shot) calibers, it remained in production until It is possible to switch calibres by changing only the barrel.

Also noteworthy for European pocket pistols are the Mauser Model and Mauser Model , chambered for ACP and ACP respectively, both of blowback and hammerless design, which were very popular as civilian small handguns. The ACP version was considered powerful enough for the Kriegsmarine as well as security forces of the Third Reich, and reworked as the Mauser Model , with only minor modifications. The Mauser HSC, produced during the war in ACP for the Navy and later police and army units, saw substantial production and sales after the war (upgraded to ACP), and was successfully introduced to the US market.

The Colt Detective Special is a carbon steel framed double-action, snubnosed, 6-shot revolver. As the name "Detective Special" suggests, this model revolver was used as a concealed weapon by plainclothes police detectives. It was made with either a 2-inch or 3-inch barrel. Introduced in , the Detective Special was the first snubnosed revolvers produced with a modern swing-out frame. It was designed from the outset to be chambered for higher-powered cartridges such as the Special, considered to be a powerful caliber for a concealable pocket revolver of the day.

The Walther PP (Polizeipistole, or police pistol) series pistols were introduced in and are among the world's first successful double action, blowback-operatedsemi-automatic pistols, developed by the German arms manufacturer Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen.[8][9] They feature exposed hammers, a traditional double-action trigger mechanism,[10] and a fixed barrel that also acts as the guide rod for the recoil spring. It was offered in both ACP (9-shot) and ACP (8-shot) calibers. The Walther PP and smaller PPK models were both popular with European police and civilians for being reliable and concealable. They would remain the standard issue police pistol for much of Europe well into the s. During World War II, they were issued to the German military, including the Luftwaffe.[9]

Smith & Wesson Model 36

The Smith & Wesson Model 36 was designed in the era just after World War II, when Smith & Wesson stopped producing war materials and resumed normal production. For the Model 36, they designed a small concealable 5-shot revolver with a 2" barrel that could fire the more powerful Special cartridge. Since the older I-frame was not able to handle this load, a new frame was designed, which became the J-frame.

The new design was introduced at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) convention in , and was favorably received. A vote was held to name the new revolver, and the name "Chiefs Special" won.[11] A 3&#;in (76&#;mm)-barreled version design went into production immediately, due to high demand. It was available in either a blued or nickel-plated finish.[12] It was produced as the "Chiefs Special" until , when it then became the Model Smith & Wesson would also introduced the J-frame Smith & Wesson Centennial (hammerless models) and Smith & Wesson Bodyguard (shrouded hammer) models.

The Makarov pistol was introduced in As the new standard issue sidearm for all Soviet military, police and security forces it was intended to be carried both holstered and concealed. It can still found in front-line service with Russian military, police and security forces. The Makarov is a medium-size, 9-shot, 9x18mm, blowback-operated, all-steel construction pistol. The general layout and field-strip procedure of the Makarov pistol is similar to that of the Walther PP.[13] The 9×18mm cartridge is a practical cartridge in blowback-operated pistols; producing a respectable level of energy from a gun of moderate weight and size. Other, more powerful cartridges have been used in blowback pistol designs, but the Makarov is widely regarded as particularly well balanced in its design elements.[13]

Beretta ACP Jetfire with the tip-up barrel open

The Beretta s are 9-shot, ACP (Jetfire) or Short (Minx) semi-automatic pistols introduced by Beretta in They build on a long line of small and compact pocket pistols manufactured by Beretta. They are very simple and reliable blowback operated pistols with a single actiontrigger mechanism.[14] Their frames are made out of aluminumalloy, their slides and barrels are carbonsteel.[15] They feature a unique tip-up barrel for ease of loading. Early models (** and *B* Pre) do not have a safety lever, employing a half-cock notch on the hammer instead. Later models (*BS* Post) are provided with an manual safety lever.[15][16] In Beretta would introduce a double-action version the Beretta 21A Bobcat. And, in they introduced the larger ACPBeretta Tomcat.

The Gun Control Act of prohibiting the importation of inexpensive handguns prompted George Jennings to design the Raven MP, an inexpensive 7-shot, ACPsemi-automatic pistol. Jennings kept costs to a minimum by manufacturing the Raven from injection-molded Zamak, a zinc alloy. It came in chrome, satin nickel or black finish. The grips can be either wood or imitation mother-of-pearl handles. Raven has been referred to as the original "Ring of Fire" company.[17] Along with Jennings Firearms (later Bryco Arms, now Jimenez Arms), Phoenix Arms, Lorcin Engineering Company, Davis Industries, and Sundance Industries, they were known for making similar cast zinc alloy Saturday night special type pistols.[18]

In , the Heckler & Koch P7 (AKA: PSP) was introduced. These were small 9-shot, 9&#;mm Luger pistols that featured a unique front strap grip safety that allowed them to be carried safely not only holstered but, concealed in a pocket. They were designed to replace the ACPWalther PP in German service, with a similarly sized but more effective 9×19mm Parabellum pistol.

Between – the P7 received several modifications, mainly to address American market demand and shooter preferences. These modifications resulted in the P7M8 model. A new magazine release lever (available on both sides of the frame) was installed just beneath the trigger guard, which forced designers to modify both the pistol's frame and magazine.[19] The trigger guard was equipped with a synthetic heat shield that protects the shooter from excessive heating and a lanyard attachment loop was added in place of the previous magazine heel release. The P7M13 was also introduced with a round double-stack magazine.[20]

Seecamp LWS 32 ACP semi-automatic pistol

In the mid s, particularly small and high-quality pocket pistols were introduced, such as the 7-shot, ACP Seecamp LWS These modern double-action only pistols are safer to carry than the older single-action designs. Often selling for significantly more than its US$ retail price. During the mids, demand so far exceeded supply that contracts for guns were sold up to two years before the guns themselves were produced, and the guns themselves were then often resold for as much as $ USD upon delivery.[21]

North American Arms model NAA22S mini-revolver, chambered in Short.

North American Arms Mini-Revolvers (often called derringers) are 5-shot, rimfire, single action revolvers, which have a spur trigger design. They are reminiscent of late 19th century pocket revolvers, only much smaller and made completely of stainless steel.[22] Mini-revolvers were developed by Freedom Arms in , which stopped selling them in and then sold the design to North American Arms. Since then, North American Arms has further evolved the design, switching to a safety cylinder design, featuring notches machined halfway between the chambers. As a result, the revolver may be safely carried with all five chambers loaded by resting the hammer in a safety notch. Older NAA mini-revolvers can be retrofitted with this safety cylinder design upgrade at no cost to the owner simply by returning an older design NAA mini-revolver to North American Arms for an upgrade.

9mm Luger Kel-Tec-P with its 10 shot magazine

More recently, modern pistols with polymer-frames have been introduced, such as the 8-shot, ACPKel-Tec P and 9 mm LugerKel-Tec P The P uses an aluminum receiver inside a polymer grip housing held on with polymer pins. The slide, barrel, and magazine are steel. The standard magazine holds 10 rounds, or 12 rounds in states not limited to round magazines. Both fit flush to the bottom of the pistol. At &#;oz (&#;g) unloaded, the handgun itself is comparatively light. The P lacks an external manual safety, relying instead on a long and heavy double action only (DAO) trigger pull, which requires 9 pounds of pressure, to prevent accidental discharge. A firing pin spring and low-mass hammer prevent discharge if the gun is dropped. The P will also accept some Smith & Wesson 59 series magazines.[23] An available adapter wraps around the base of round Smith & Wesson model style magazines. The light weight P11s introduced the "subcompact" concept. Prompting, other manufactures such as Glock and Springfield Armory to introduce similar pistols.

The Glock 26 is a 9×19mm "subcompact" variant designed for concealed carry and was introduced in , mainly for the civilian market. It features a smaller frame compared to the Glock 19, with a pistol grip that supports only two fingers, a shorter barrel and slide, and a double-stack magazine with a standard capacity of 10 rounds. A factory magazine with a +2 extension gives a capacity of 12 rounds. In addition, factory magazines from the Glock 17, Glock 18, and Glock 19, with capacities of 15, 17, 19, 31 and 33 rounds, will function in the Glock More than simply a "shortened" Glock 19, design of the subcompact Glock 26 required extensive rework of the frame, locking block, and spring assembly that features a dual recoil spring.

Calibers[edit]

Semi-automatic pocket pistols are typically chambered in LR, ACP, ACP, and ACP calibers for the older designs. However, newer subcompact designs are also made in 9 mm Parabellum, Smith & Wesson, and ACP. These pistols typically have magazine capacities ranging from 5 to 15 rounds.

Pocket revolvers typically range from LR, Special, and Special for the older designs. However, the newer designs are also made in Magnum and Magnum. These revolvers typically hold 5 to 10 rounds depending on the caliber.

Derringers such as the older Remington Model 95 were chambered for Rimfire. However, modern derringers are chambered for everything from LR to Government, even gauge shotgun shells, with the LR, Special, Special, Magnum, Magnum, and Colt being among the most popular calibers. Today, 2 round derringers are the most common. However, in the not too distant past, 1 to 4 round derringers have also been made.

Concealed carry[edit]

Pocket pistols as the name suggests are usually small pistols carried in a coat, jacket or trouser pocket. They are used for concealed carry by those desiring a discreet self-defense gun, or desiring to carry a backup gun. They are point and shoot pistols, intended for fast one-handed operation. The typical ACP pocket pistol is designed for close range work and has an effective range of about 7 yards ( m).[24]

An example of a Beretta TomCat pocket pistol in a leather holster

Pocket pistols are typically hammerless designs, made with rounded edges and with few controls, to prevent snagging and to make them easier to carry. Revolvers are also typically hammerless, or have shrouded, or even bobbed hammers, all allowing the gun to be drawn quickly with little risk of it snagging on clothing. The shrouded and hammerless models may even be fired through a coat or jacket pocket.[25]

While some of the cheaper semi-auto pistols are best carried with an empty chamber, higher quality pocket pistols are designed to be carried with a round chambered and with a safety engaged (ON). Many older pistols (and even some revolvers) also had grip safeties for additional security. However, the newer double-action-only pistols are made without manually operated safeties, but with a long and heavy trigger-pulls – similar to revolvers.

Pocket holsters are highly recommended for the safer carry of pocket pistols, with standard practice being to carry the holster (sometimes with a second magazine sub-pocket stitched into the holster) in a front or rear trouser pocket with nothing else carried in the pocket that could snag on the gun when drawn. The most popular pocket holster designs are typically made of form-fitted leather, with a heavy layer of leather worn outward from the body to prevent printing of the gun outline on tight clothing, although Kydex holsters are also used, especially for thicker pocket pistols for which the added thickness of a leather holster would cause an excessive overall thickness. The use of moisture and vapor-barrier layers in the holster stitched closer to the body in the holster is recommended to prevent damaging the finish of the pocket pistol due to sweat. This extra layer also serves to increase carry comfort, and to prevent chapping or blistering the skin under the holster due to repetitive motion rubbing or friction that can occur while walking, jogging, or running.

Pocket pistols are derided by some gun enthusiasts who claim that they provide inadequate self-defense due to their small size, small caliber and poor sights.[citation needed] Still, the numbers sold speak of a wide degree of popularity, with some models having been sold in quantities in excess of 3 million over 30 or more years.[citation needed]

Models[edit]

Semi-automatic pistols[edit]

Two variants of the Colt Model Vest Pocket.
Kahr CM9 subcompact 9x19mm

Revolvers[edit]

Ruger LCR in 38 Special +P
Smith & Wesson Model LS Ladysmith

Derringers[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^McLeod, Terence (). Concealable Pocket Pistols, How to choose and use small-caliber handguns. Boulder, Colorado: Paladin Press. ISBN&#;.
  2. ^Ramage, Ken (). Gun Digest . Iola, Wisconsin: F+W Media, Inc. p.&#; ISBN&#;.
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Holster raven pistol 25 caliber

Those are the fanciest grips I have ever seen on any Raven pistol to date. They appear to be made out of actual turquoise, is that correct? Same with the holster.

This model of pistol was designed by George Jennings as a replacement for the cheap "Saturday Night Specials" that had been banned for importation with the Gun Control Act of Raven began production of this pistol in , and continued to make them until the plant burned down in In , his son Bruce formed another company called Jennings Firearms which made a virtually identical model. A few years later a son in law Jim Davis started a company called Davis Industries that made a model of the same basic design. After the Raven factory fire, a group of former employees started Phoenix Arms which also continued to make this model. So this explains why you see similar guns with different names. In essence they are made by related entities and or people that are related and they have all capitalized on the market for very inexpensive handguns after importation of similar low quality handguns was banned. Raven alone sold about two million of them over the complete production run.

There were a few variations over the years. I believe yours is the second variation that was made. The grips are certainly custom made and were never offered by the factory like that. In fact the grips and holster are probably worth more than the gun itself to the right buyer.

Sours: https://www.gunvaluesboard.com/how-much-is-a-ravenpistol-worthhtml
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