As the California made Davis and Raven pistols proliferated during the 1980s, they crowded the better made Titans from Miami off the market. Principal Titan seller FIE hit hard times by 1990, and offspring QFI appeared briefly in December of 1989. Here is one of the last versions of the good little Titan 25 cheap guns, the SA25 made in Miami. From its AM06000 range serial number, we estimate it was manufactured in 1990. Manufacturer was QFI, Quality Firearms Imports of Miami. Hammer, trigger, grips, magazine release, and other internal parts were manufactured by Fratelli Tanfoglio S.N.C. of Gardone Val Trompa, Italy. Type is single action only blowback action semi-automatic vest pocket pistol, with main safety only. Safety will engage with the hammer at rest or cocked. Construction is steel barrel liner, hammer, safety lever, springs, screws, pins and internal parts, with zinc alloy / zamak or pot metal frame, slide, barrel shroud, trigger, and magazine release. Grip panels are factory Italian hardwood. Type is hammer fired blowback semi automatic pocket pistol, with a safety lever that works reverse from the normal thumb motion on similar guns. Barrel is 2 1/4 inch with six groove right hand 1:16 rifling. Sight is shroud integral blade front with slide integral fixed notch rear. Chambering is .25 ACP Caliber, and the steel magazine holds 6 rounds, 6 + 1 fully loaded capacity. Note the European style butt mounted magazine release; note also that Tanfoglios do Not lock the slide open on an empty magazine. Trigger is .225 alloy smooth face, with matching steel Commander type serrated hammer. Trigger pull is 10 pound vicinity. Weight empty is 12 ounces. Finish is anodized alloy, with screw and lever blued, and semi gloss grip finish. Surface detractions are moderate even wear to the finish. This is, after all, a pocket pistol, and that’s where its owner carried it. We rate it as Good, perhaps Very Good, 70 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. We do not believe this pistol has been fired more than 200 times. Replacement pricing on a hammer fired .25 like the Berettas ranges upwards of $400. We’re offering the Italian American QFI .25 in the photos, however, for only $ 119.00.
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