The Glock 25 is a semi-automatic medium-frame pistol chambered in .380 ACP. Glocks have a simple, dependable and easy-to-use design, which is why they’re the preferred handgun for many law enforcement agencies, but the G25 was created specifically for South American civilians who aren’t allowed to carry military-caliber weapons.
The Glock 25 was introduced sometime in 1995 and made use of the .380 ACP cartridge.
When Gaston Glock bequeathed to the world his most perfect series of polymer-framed handguns, it was only a matter of time before he shrank them down to size. By 1995, he had designed a pair of tiny pocket guns, chambered in easy-handling .380ACP. These pistols, the seldom seen Glock Model 25 and 28, are guns you will probably never be able to own.