NAA .22 Mag revolver

Paul5388

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Feb 17, 2013
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I bought one today just to get something that won't pull my pants off! It looks sorta like this one and only weighs 6.7 ounces.
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The NAA .380 Guardian I have is larger and weighs 18 ounces loaded. That puts a strain on my galluses this new one won't participate in. Just remember, you can't put a belt on a funnel. :D
 

Dawico

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I has the same gun (in .22 mag only). I love it and it goes with me everywhere.

As long as you understand it's limits it is a fine carry piece.
 

pistolpadre

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Feb 25, 2013
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i have a little feedom arms (forerunner of NAA) .22 mini.. this is the 1" bbl model that will go in a belt buckle holster.. Don't have the belt buckle, but i've had the little mini derringer for close to 30 years, and it's a sweetheart.. as someone said it's imperative that you don't try to make it something it's not, but if you except the pistols limitations its a fun little gun and easy to reload (5 rounds) , i use a two handed grip, it takes a lot of experimenting but worth it.. yes it can group.. i normally make jokes about it's weight, and shooting ability.. fact is if you hold with one hand and use the other to operate the hammer and trigger you can get it to actually group out to 7 yds.. and yes if you carry it all the time, which of course is advantage one of the little guy, you will forget and take it through the washer twice a year.. time to clean and oil.. i love mine, and boy is it loud.. which might be it's saving grace as a defensive piece..
 

txbikerman

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I have a 22 mag derringer i have had for 30 years. Not very accurate. But fun nonetheless.


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Paul5388

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Feb 17, 2013
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I also have a Cobra .38 Special Derringer, but it doesn't hold enough rounds and I just bought a 525 round brick of Remington Golden bullets ($25.99). Since this NAA also has a .22 LR cylinder, I thought it was ideal for the task. I had a Freedom Arms .22LR 30 years ago, but it split my thumb nail while shooting, so I sold it for $100.
 

ROGER4314

Been Called "Flash" Since I Was A Kid!
Jul 11, 2009
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I've had several of those over the years in LR and Magnum and swapped them off. The Mag model I have now isn't going anywhere! I really like the little pistols.

Flash
 

Sugar Land

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I have the 22lr and the 22 mag. I could not hold on to the mag until I put the folding handle/trigger guard. Good for about 18" but very convenient to throw in the pocket. It gets carried the most for me.

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London

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Sep 28, 2010
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I've LONG been fascinated by derringers and more recently by the mini-revolver. Problem with the latter is the grip(s) are so small, I couldn't manipulate the gun one-handed. NAA's Black Widow grip solved the problem for me.

See 1st picture in link:
http://www.texasguntalk.com/forums/handguns/42678-yet-another-hand-cannon.html




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The trick is this: If you are right handed, use your right thumb and forefinger to grip the gun. Pull the trigger with your left index finger.
 
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