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Old 01-10-2012, 12:53 AM   #11
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So...........Nothing else????????????
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Update... Just found a NAA Guardian in 25/32/32naa/380. Obviously it'd be the 380, but what do y'all know about the Guardian. I know that NAA makes some quality pieces. It looks like it's well built.
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(380) Ruger LCP and SW Bodyguard are where you want to start.

(9mm) Ruger LC9, Kel-Tec PF9, and Kahr CM9 are near micro in size and available under $400.
This. I have both the LCP and the BG380 and you cant go wrong with either. LCP may be easier to find since LAPD ordered 6000 of the BG380 as backup guns. They are scarce now.

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The Guardian is nice but kind of heavy.

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I've never shot a Guardian but I think the concept of necking a .32 down to a .25 and a .380 down to a .32 the way NAA has is a great idea. Aside from it being unique its got some pretty impresive speed (I'm a big fan of velocity) and I would assume the bottleneck design of the cartridge would all but eliminate a ftfeed issue that can plague some micros. That's another reason I like and trust my XDSC .40 converted to .357 sig another unique,fast and reliable cartridge. As far as NAA's quality goes I have one of their micro SA revolvers in .22 mag and as far as I'm concerned its a well designed,reliable and very concealable little firearm. Loaded with Hornady Vmax bullets it shoots about 1450fps and with no more than you have to hang onto its got suprising recoil. The only bad thing I can think of with the Guardian is unless you get the .380 I think either NAA or one other ammo company are your only option for factory ammo, I'm sure its pricey and prob hard to find. If I were in the market for a micro though Id get the .32 NAA I think its cool
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Take him Kahr shopping.
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