I didn't see any previous discussions on this in the search function, so here goes. For ever, I've enjoyed having small frame, rim fire handguns. Over the years I've had several derringer models, some work well, some others, not so well. I currently have a Cobra .22 magnum derringer that works as well as any other I have owned. It is a joy to shoot and reasonably accurate. I'm thinking about picking up an NAA Mini Revolver (5 shot) in .22 magnum, and would like feedback from anyone who has owned one. I don't care what your cousin Larry said about his NAA, I only want first hand info. Just so we don't get side tracked with topic creep, under no circumstances will I ever consider carrying one as a self defense gun. I'm a believer that any self defense handgun should be of a caliber that begins with the number "4," so that's not even an issue. I only use the little pistols for target / plinking. I just want to get some input on the reliability and quality of workmanship. I saw Bob Munden shoot one accurately at 100 yards on TV and they have been around for decades, so I may want to purchase one.