New extreme warm weather pocket piece.

New extreme warm weather pocket piece.

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    New extreme warm weather pocket piece.

    I brought this home yesterday, a NAA Pug in .22 magnum.

    No one ever said it'd be easy.


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    You lost me on the extreme weather part.
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    While not my choice, I'd be a bit concerned about that rubber grip snagging on everything. But there's a time and place for everything.
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    It is so small and light, even with lightweight shorts, carrying this is a breeze. With the DeSantis pocket holster, the gun stays put and draws smoothly so far.
    No one ever said it'd be easy.

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    So is an airweight snub, which is alot more effective.
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    I can carry my Glock 19 in gym shorts and no tshirt in 115 degree Arizona summer and stay concealed with a belly band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpencerB View Post
    I can carry my Glock 19 in gym shorts and no tshirt in 115 degree Arizona summer and stay concealed with a belly band.
    You wear a belly band with no shirt and stay concealed? I didn't realize the flesh colored belly bands were that realistic .
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    under the gym shorts more around my waist actually lol
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    Glad you can carry a full sized duty gun in any and all conditions. I can't. I carry a CZ75 9mm as my carry gun most days. I go to a Kahr .380 in a beltslide or pocket holster some days, and now can throw this mini revolver in my pocket as one other option.
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    No one ever said it'd be easy.

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    .22 mag. works great on old cars I used to shoot at. Like most guns,I don't see people volunteer to get shot by one.
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    I like those little guns and I like .22 Magnum, but I can't see it for a carry gun.

    We had a thread here a few months back and some folks pointed out that there are 22 Mag 8 shot snubbies available. I think those would be better choices, but then might as well go to 38 sp. E.g., ULTRA-LITE MODEL 941 .22 MAG. REVOLVER IN BLUE STEEL

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    Quote Originally Posted by mk70ss View Post
    Glad you can carry a full sized duty gun in any and all conditions. I can't. I carry a CZ75 9mm as my carry gun most days. I go to a Kahr .380 in a beltslide or pocket holster some days, and now can throw this mini revolver in my pocket as one other option.
    Just stating that it can be done, glad you have something because it's sure better than nothing man
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    I would consider something that small. The .22 might not stop a threat as quickly as the larger calibers but in the right hands the .22 is a capable and proven killer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devo6684 View Post
    I would consider something that small. The .22 might not stop a threat as quickly as the larger calibers but in the right hands the .22 is a capable and proven killer.
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    I understand post and replies now. Carry his new find of gun in left pocket while in his right pocket carry a great pocket gun. I like because with 2 guns he does not need to reload.

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