Federal 25 ACP Ammo – 50 Rounds of 50 Grain TMJ Ammunition
Popular Firearms Chambered in .25 Auto
Many firearms have been chambered for the .25 ACP cartridge, including several revolvers, most variations of the Revolver de Poche, or Velo-dog, a small revolver used during the early 20th century to defend its user against dog attacks. The unique Lercker pistol, also designed to fire the .25 ACP, was fully automatic with a 20-round magazine and fired 1,200 rounds per minute.
Today, buyers can find a variety of antique semi-automatics chambered in .25 Auto that was manufactured in Belgium, Italy, Germany, and the former USSR. Many modern firearm manufacturers have also made guns for .25 Auto ammunition, including Kel-Tec, American Arms, Phoenix Arms, and Taurus.
Magazine-fed, .25 cal chambered firearms are available in both striker-fired and hammer-fired varieties. Some of the modern favorites include: