Introduced in 1931, the Baby Browning was one of the last firearms conceived by legendary firearms designer John Browning. The .25 ACP cartridge used in the Baby is the smallest smallest centerfire round on the market and known to be extremely reliable due to its recessed extractor groove design. The Baby is a furthering of the Vest Pocket design used in earlier FN pistols. It utilizes a single-action blow-back mechanism and a frame-mounted safety that replaced the impractical grip safety on earlier models. It has a full-length dust guard extending to the end of the slide and an area behind the trigger is relieved to allow a user to maintain a more substantial grip on the pistol. This pistol features fixed sights and a 6-round magazine. Its grips and bore are in good condition and its metal is in fair condition.