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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Mark F, Feb 14, 2011.
It was so cute, I had to buy it. NAA 5 shot .22 Magnum. It even has an itty bitty Hogue Grip!
Novelty item is right. I can't think of a single practical use for it but I still want one.
I have shot one before, they have quite the little pop to em.
Awwwww ain't it cute?
Redefines pocket carry.
Nice. I'll eventually get the PUG to go along with my standard model NAA .22 mag.
I can't think of any reason not to get one, they just plain look fun! I wouldn't mind one of their Earl models, either.
And, my NAA collection grows...
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.
They have a "Safety notch" in between chambers so the hammer can sit between rounds instead of right on top of one.
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.
Ya did good.
Well scratch another I cant get. Not Massachusetts compliant.
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.
You'll be glad you did....
I have lusted after these before; if i get one, it will probably be the cap n ball one. I don't really carry, only Mississippi carry (in the car, legal). That topbreak model they have looks neat too.
Sure. You gonna pay me in Texas What I make up here?
Wait.......... I think I have a buck fifty here... that enought?
Sold! Ill be there by Saturday.
Won't have to, costs a helluva lot less to live in Texas.
Genitron.com: Details for NAA Mini-Revolver .22 Magnum Revolver
recoil factor: 3.937 lbs