.32 NAA Guardian

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    .32 NAA Guardian

    OK had a 380 Guardian..neat little gun. Sold it needing money. Looking back, I didnt need it that bad. Shouldn't have sold it. Now I kinda am talking myself back into one. But sorta thinking about the
    .32 NAA. Wondering who out there has one or has shot one. Difference in recoil??? How hard is it to find ammo...even if I have to order it.
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    I have a 32 acp naa and don't have any plans on getting rid of it... the 32 NAA is gonna be a little tougher to find than 32 acp...but you can always order enough to last ...Midway usually stocks it...

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    Well that's good...that there are places like Midway stocking it. It won't get panic bought like the .380, but still has pretty impressive ballistics for a small caliber.
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    I saw a video online somewhere about a hunting show host killed a 200lb or so hog with a NAA 32NAA and an Extreme shock (I think) bullet. I wouldn't mind having a 32 NAA...I really like mine.....I was shooting mine Sunday and couldn't believe how easy it was (once I got used to it) to hit what I was aiming at.

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    Don't forget about the KelTec .32...my wife like that little fella'.
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    I've got a pistol in 32NAA (not a Guardian though) and the exact same one in 380, I shoot the 32NAA a little tighter. Recoil is a little snapper, but follow ups are just as fast. The only down side is ammo avail and cost, although 380 coming close. I love the round, good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Don't forget about the KelTec .32...my wife like that little fella'.

    Not looking for .32 acp....32 NAA. Its a necked down, .380 with a .32 bullet. Very good ballistics...for a pocket pistol.
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    Possible conversion?

    Quote Originally Posted by rhinokrk View Post
    I've got a pistol in 32NAA (not a Guardian though) and the exact same one in 380, I shoot the 32NAA a little tighter. Recoil is a little snapper, but follow ups are just as fast. The only down side is ammo avail and cost, although 380 coming close. I love the round, good luck.
    Read on Midway USA, that the reviewer of the ammo said he had a Guardian and a converted LCP. What kind do you have? Does anybody know about converting a .380???
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    I would rather have a .380 or a .32 ACP

    I like common rounds that are easy to find and made by most manufactuers
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    I would rather have a .380 or a .32 ACP

    I like common rounds that are easy to find and made by most manufactuers
    +1. Especially now when ammo can be difficult at times to come by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    Read on Midway USA, that the reviewer of the ammo said he had a Guardian and a converted LCP. What kind do you have? Does anybody know about converting a .380???
    I've got 1 of 30 KT manufactured 32NAA conversion uppers for the First Generation KT P3AT.



    ...32NAA on the right.

    Ammo concerns are valid, but a quick google shows online shops have 'em in stock. I was lucky enough to score a case 24, 20 round boxes, at clearance prices when the NAA dealer near me stop carrying the pistol.
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