If anyone cares, the serial number range on this F.I.E. Titan model E27B .25 Auto pistol is 245,000 range, made, by our poor memory, some time in the late 1970s or early 1980s. Our late 1960s and early 1970s records show a transition from five to six digit numbers in the late 1960s, so this one was probably made in the late 1970s or early 1980s, before the onslaught of the vastly inferior Ravens, Jenningses, and their descendants, the pot-metal High Point firearms. The Titans and identical Targas, marketed by Eig Cutlery descendant Excam company, are actually pretty good little guns, simply made and easy to disassemble and maintain. Despite the pot-metal frames on these .25s, the slide and other parts are mostly milled steel, and they are real guns, unlike the current crop of pot metal and polymer that our market is now awash with. The only design flaw to this pistol is that its safety operates in a manner reverse to normal; in order to fire it, a person has to shift his grip slightly to operate it with his right thumb. This Titan .25’s frame finish is down to a matte gray, with its plating worn off; but the blue slide and barrel have 70 to 80 percent of their surface finish intact, and the hammer’s chrome is fully intact. Mechanism is Very Good, and the bore and chamber are clean. Rifling has a rippled effect, but these are not known for pin-point accuracy anyway. Own this good solid little Carter-era .25 Auto for only $ 119.95
$12 flat fee shipping to the lower 46 states; $20 to Alaska or Hawaii. No shipment on this gun to California or South Carolina. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Cashier's checks are a waste of time & money; we hold them longer than we do personal checks.
We can accept FFLs not only in the mail, but also by scan or fax, so long as they are legible and signed. We always include our FFL gun lock and a copy of the Federal Youth Firearms Safety Act brochure with handgun orders in order to make the transferring dealer's life easy. We offer a 7 day money back return privilege, excluding return shipping and also excluding NIB guns and lay-aways.
We accept lay-away with 20% down, balance in 90 days - lay aways not refundable, though. Local pickup ok; local area Non-licensees add $10 TBI fee + 9 3/4% Sales Tax. Internet phone hours 8:30 - 4 CST Mon - Sat CST.
Robertson Trading Post
117 Front Street
PO Box 365
Henderson, Tennessee 38340
7319897641 8:30-4 CST Mon-Sat
john at robertsontradingpost dot com
We consider trade offers. Blue & Walnut Good, Black Plastic bad. No like plastic guns except SP-1s. S&W, Colt Stainless Very Good. We even like RG, H&R, Taurus, Rossi Revolvers. Gold, Silver good, esp. Morgan Dollars and Walking Liberty Half Dollars. We like .243 and .30-30 very much. Remember, these listings cost time and money, and NOBODY keeps their guns clean
$12 flat fee shipping to the lower 47 states; $20 to Alaska, California, or Hawaii. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Cashier's checks are a waste of time & money; we hold them longer than we do personal checks.
We can accept FFLs not only in the mail, but also by scan or fax, so long as they are legible and signed. We always include our FFL gun lock and a copy of the Federal Youth
Tades Accepted: Traditional good
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