The NAA Pug is the ultimate deep concealment gun. I consider it a lot more practical than a full-size weapon. There's never an excuse to leave it at home, and it's got quite a lot of power for its size. They are amazingly accurate, too. A guy bench tested all the minis and the Pug had the best groups.
Those little .22s allways interested me. But I have to ask most likely the lamest question ever about them. Is there a hammer safety on one?
I allways wanted one for pocket carry but exposed hammers without a safety scares the bajesus out of me.
You can not accidentally fire these little guns. Throw them against a concrete WALL... drop them off a 100 story building... they simply won't fire until you pull the hammer back & squeeze the trigger.
NAA uses an in-between safety. IE: the hammer rests BETWEEN the rounds.
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