Subtle is the way to go during concealed carry and these tiny guns that can shoot guarantee that, whether carried as backup or primary weapons of choice.
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Japanese 2mm Pinfire Pistol
Who knew that tiny guns that can shoot can also be aesthetically appealing. That is exactly what the Berloque 2mm pinfire handgun from Japan delivers
Besides a rounded butt, hammer, and trigger, the pistol is nickel-plated and features an Aztec-designed grip. It also has “JAPAN” markings beneath the barrel.
As an antique produced in the 1950s, this tiny gun has vents on the top and fires blank projectiles only. This is not to say that you shouldn’t be cautious whenever you are loading and firing the gun.
- Length: 1 ¾ “
- Caliber: 2mm pinfire
Bond Arms Backup
Tiny guns that can shoot are the embodiment of easy concealed carry and the Backup by Bond Arms is no different. It comes with a 2.5-inch bead-blasted barrel that is sturdy enough to fire powerful 9mm and .45 ACP rounds.
A textured frame complements the barrel, not to mention other features like a cross-bolt safety mechanism, spring-loaded locking lever, and retracting firing pins.
- Caliber : 9mm, .45ACP
- Length: 4.5″
- Barrel Length: 2.5″
- Weight: 19 ounces
- Grip Material: Rubber
- Sights: fixed rear, Front blade
- Grip Size: Standard
Dyson Lepetit Protector Ring Pistol
Third on our tiny guns that can shoot list is the Le Petit Protector ring pistol. It is manufactured in several variations including 6 shot/4 mm and 5 shot/5 mm pinfire versions, and a smaller variation called the “Femme Fatale” that holds seven rounds of 2mm pinfire.
Mechanically, this ring pistol is quite simple, with a manually indexed cylinder and cocked hammer. Remember that it can only be reloaded by entirely removing the cylinder. Though its aesthetic borrows from the 19th century French or Belgian guns, these tiny guns were produced recently.
Next on our list of tiny guns that can shoot is the Wheellock pistol which dates back to the late 1500s and early 1600s. It features a 2 ⅜ – inch bored barrel chambered for .152 caliber, a trigger guard, steel lock assembly, and of course a trigger.
Unlike most miniature wheellock pistols that come with ivory or metal stocks, this tiny gun comes with a burl walnut stock. As a shooting pistol, it features a trigger extending through the trigger guard to guarantee effortless shooting.
What’s more, the hammer is neatly engraved, not to mention some astounding file work and an ebony ramrod with a copper tip. You will notice a loop on the left side since miniature wheellock pistols were worn by high-ranking men and women like jewelry.
- Overall length: 4″
- Caliber: .152 caliber
- Barrel length: 2 ⅜”
British Three-Band Percussion Enfield Rifle
The legendary Three Band Enfield is a rare model of the first standard-issue rifle in the British Army.
This rifle changed military tactics with its outstanding features not limited to an adjustable ladder-back sight for target acquisition, a brass trigger guard, a brass butt plate, a functional lock with a nipple, and lastly a cleaning rod.
All in all, this tiny gun that can shoot avails a rare opportunity to own a crucial piece of military history that immensely influenced war on three continents.
- Barrel Length: Approximately 39 inches (may vary)
- Caliber: .58 inches
- Overall Length: Approximately 56 inches (may vary)
- Ammunition Type: .577 Lead Ball & Powder with Percussion Cap
- Feed System: Muzzle-loaded
- Action: Side Action Percussion Lock
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Tiny guns that can shoot don’t get better than the lipstick pistol that was used by KGB operatives during the Cold War. This single-shot pistol was chambered in 4.5 mm and was small enough to slip past the most untrusting border guards.
It was designed to fire once the barrel is pressed onto a victim thereby delivering the ultimate “kiss of death.” It was, however, discovered at an American checkpoint in West Berlin.
- Caliber: 4.5mm
The Flashlight Gun
If you think that everyday gadgets posing as lethal weapons is a movie, this flashlight gun will prove you wrong. This tiny gun that can shoot was first discovered by a North Korean secret agent on an assassination mission on Park Sang-Hak. The flashlight gun was discovered alongside two pens
The pens either inject on contact a paralyzing poison that overpowers the victim within seconds or fire one single bullet projectile also filled with a killing venom. But the flashlight gun features three holes each of which is an actual gun barrel and is activated with a single push of a button.
At the time of discovery, the two pens were common as they were standard issues for North Korean secret agents but the flashlight gun was new. Isn't it quite nifty that such tiny guns that can shoot exist in real life?
Another one of our tiny guns that can shoot is the Kolibri which was designed by Franz Pfannl – a German watchmaker. Roughly a thousand pieces of this tiny handgun were made between 1910 and 1914 at the beginning of World War I.
Besides its size, the Kolibri pistol utilizes the same blowback mechanism enlisted by modern .32, .25, and .22 caliber pistols. It is, however, chambered in the now rare 2.7mm centerfire cartridge.
This cartridge's speed of 650 feet per second, results in less muzzle energy. Even with its small surface area and high velocity, this pistol is still dangerous.
Lastly, this tiny gun that can shoot is semiautomatic and has a six-round magazine. The minuscule size of the projectile significantly reduces recoil.
- Caliber: 2.7mm
- Magazine capacity: 6
Ninth on our list of tiny guns that can shoot is the C1ST by SwissMiniGun which is one of the smallest if not the smallest revolver in the world. However, this is not to say that it is not packed with a ton of astonishing features as is the case with its full-sized counterparts.
It weighs in at 19.8 grams which is a little over two inches and 5.5cm long and can effortlessly fit on one’s palm. What’s more, it is chambered for 2.34mm caliber rimfire cartridges that can either be blank or live rounds.
Since their first production in 2005, only a few of these guns have been produced making it mostly a collectible.
Contrary to its size, this tiny revolver will set you back at least 6,000 dollars and at least 60,000 dollars for the Nr. A1YG version designed with 18k gold and customized with diamond or ebony grips.
Note: The Nr. A1YG version comes with a rocket launcher attachment with luminescent rockets exploding red, green, or white.
Colt 1855 Root Revolver
These tiny gun was in production from 1855 until 1870 during which Colt made around 40000 of them in two sizes. The 28 caliber version had about 30 000 pieces with serial numbers 1 to 30 000.
The larger 31 caliber version had about 14 000 pieces with serial numbers 1 to 14 000. It was the only Colt manufactured gun with a solid frame at the time.
There you go, gun lovers. With this list, you now have a wide pool of tiny guns to choose from for your primary or backup firearm options. On the other hand, you have a variety of collectible options to choose from if these tiny guns are too small for you to handle.
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