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    NAA pug

    Read a favorable magazine article on it and thought it would make a nice super small bug / "any gun is better than no gun" gun any one own one?

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    I don't have a PUG, but I do carry 1 of 2 NAA revolvers in .22 mag that I own.
    They make good constant companions.
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    I also have the NAA .22LR with the 1&1/8" barrel...I will sometimes tuck it in a plain cheap holster inside the waist...it's gone...great 'grass cutting in gym shorts' sidearm.
    The pug is the same weapon in .22MAG...and a little thicker...still easy to hide.
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    I've fired one and with as miniscule and heavy the trigger why is there a nead for a pocket holster. But yes I wish I had one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernset View Post
    I've fired one and with as miniscule and heavy the trigger why is there a nead for a pocket holster. But yes I wish I had one.
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    All of these are single action, yes? Can't fire from trigger unless cocked?
    And you put hammer into notch between cylinders, yes? So that it can't fire it dropped or struck on hammer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhShoot View Post
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    All of these are single action, yes? Can't fire from trigger unless cocked?
    And you put hammer into notch between cylinders, yes? So that it can't fire it dropped or struck on hammer?

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    Yup, single action with a half cock safety .
    I carry a NAA , but not a Pug on occasion when nothing else is easy to conceal. Or as a BUG
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    I have the .22LR NAA with folding grip, I find myself carrying this one quite frequently with CCI stingers. I hardly notice it's there. The KAbar TDI makes a nice companion with it also..
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    NAA Pug Tritium Sights & Custom Grip

    Here is a picture of my new bug! Just got her last weekend at the southern gunshow in miami florida! Isn't she a beaut!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yerks View Post
    Here is a picture of my new bug! Just got her last weekend at the southern gunshow in miami florida! Isn't she a beaut!
    N I C E!

    If you don't mind me asking, how much did that cost you? I'm thinking of getting one. Thanks!
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    yerks, that pug has a little girth to it, doesn't it ?
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    Naa pug

    Quote Originally Posted by exprt9 View Post
    N I C E!

    If you don't mind me asking, how much did that cost you? I'm thinking of getting one. Thanks!
    Thanks! Well I bought it for $335 out the door with the black birds rubber grip , Added the IWB Leather case $21.40 and the black pearl grips $42 so all in all I spent about 400 bones! good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by artz View Post
    yerks, that pug has a little girth to it, doesn't it ?
    It's Really nice, i am glad i got the little sucker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by artz View Post
    yerks, that pug has a little girth to it, doesn't it ?
    It's Really nice, I am glad I got the little sucker!
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    I have one as well and really like it. It's fun to shoot, and disappears in a pocket; I keep it in a Pale Horse "Pugsley" pocket holster. It's not really that wide like some have posted and I can actually shoot this little gun better than my LCP, both single handed and with both hands. It doesn't feel like it's going to jump out of my hands at each shot like the LCP either.

    It's going to become my summertime, shorts and t-shirt gun as well as the "run to the mailbox" gun.
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    Optical illusion

    Optical illusion Pug!
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