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Old 03-21-2014, 01:38 AM   #11
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All I can say is, I love mine !........Put it in your pocket & go, nobody gotta know..............Better than a sharp stick !..
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I found out today about the .22lr conversion cylinder. I couldn't find a price for it, but you have to send your weapon to NAA so they can time the cylinder to the weapon. I always thought they would be interchangeable between frames, but they are not.

I also checked out their .22 cap and ball model. Pretty interesting. I have a feeling I'll be buying more of their products in the future if the Pug shoots good at the range next week.
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Thanks for the input guys. I'm not familiar with .22wmr ammo. I know that any ammo with Gold Dot on the box is good, so that's why I bought 5 boxes of it.
Smart to buy several boxes. The guys at my lgs said that .22 WMR is an anomaly around here. I've not seen any in quite a while.

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Old 03-21-2014, 07:31 PM   #14
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...I also checked out their .22 cap and ball model. Pretty interesting. I have a feeling I'll be buying more of their products in the future if the Pug shoots good at the range next week.
I like that one, the "earl" iirc. It looks like a tiny version of my 1858 Remington replica.
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I like that one, the "earl" iirc. It looks like a tiny version of my 1858 Remington replica.
I really like that one too. I wanna get the one called the Hogleg too.

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Neat gun, congrats on bringing it home.
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Those are fun poppers or lunch guns, as I called mine, it took no less than 40 ptarmigan off rocks or running on the ground and those birds are excellent food supplement when out guiding hunts in Alaska.
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Neat gun, congrats on bringing it home.
Thanks JW! I still haven't shot her yet, I'm trying to get a day off. I've never shot a .22 mag before. I bet it will be loud with a one inch barrel.
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Those are fun poppers or lunch guns, as I called mine, it took no less than 40 ptarmigan off rocks or running on the ground and those birds are excellent food supplement when out guiding hunts in Alaska.
Interesting, I never considered it a hunting weapon. Please tell us more about hunting with a mini revolver when you have the time. Thanks.
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I have NAA Pug I carry everyday. You have a great little gun. enjoy

PS...there's a picture of it in my avatar
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