NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver

NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver

This is a discussion on NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anyone have any experience with the line of mini-revolvers from North American Arms? In particular the NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver? Thanks in advance for ...

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    NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver

    Does anyone have any experience with the line of mini-revolvers from North American Arms? In particular the NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver? Thanks in advance for the input.

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    Yes I had one for awhile until I bought a Ruger LCP .380 auto. They are reliable and well made IMHO, and the only reason I sold mine to get the LCP was that the LCP has a faster rate of fire.
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    I gots two with consecutive serial numbers. Have not shot them much, but have had no problems with them either. Cute little boot holsters came with them. I think I paid about $60 each for them in the seventies....saw a NAA .22 LR in the gun shop today....$250.00!

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    I have a NAA .22 mag revolver, very well made little piece, not real easy to shoot, but a great little gun.

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    If I might be worth doing a search. The NAA .22's are among some of the most discussed guns on this site.

    As a summary......lots 'o fun, but most wouldn't want one as a primary self-defense weapon.....

    .....did I mention, lots 'o fun?!
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    As a back up to your back up? Maybe a good choice.
    As a primary? Not so good.

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    now: here and there
    Here is my pocket holster...NAA Message Board: Holster for 22 Mag

    I recommend a larger grip if you have big hands. I went for the "boot grip" (no impact on the concealability factor in the front pocket)

    Primary ? Only when you can't dress for anything bigger ! In the real world, move the NAA to left pocket and put S&W 637 J frame in the right pocket OR leave the NAA in right pocket and IWB SP 101. The NAA is last resort JAM IT IN AN EYE and FIRE gun.
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    I owned one for years. The quality is very good, but with today's technology and what you can get in a .380 at minimal size with semi-auto capability, I don't see the value.
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    22 mag

    I have one in 22 mag 1 5/8 barrel...good carry gun IF you take time to shoot some rounds..get to know where to hold the sight..mine will fool you.. shoots fine out to 18-20 yards..never shot past this distance...carry her more than my 380 2 cents worth....

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    I carry the .22 Mag. in a pocket holster all the time. I purchased the oversized grips and find it to be a pretty formidable 'backup piece'. (I would not want to be the recipient of a .22 Mag JHP at close range!)
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    Ditto that Desperado, I carry the 7 shot S&W 351. Light and very effective.
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    I find it to be the "best" gun on the planet for pocket carry. Not necessarily the best gun, but for pocket carry - yes. And my "RKBA" Holster should be here any minute.
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    I added oversized blackwidow grips to my 22 mag and bought a RKBA pocket holster and absolutley love it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jca1 View Post
    I have a NAA .22 mag revolver, very well made little piece, not real easy to shoot, but a great little gun.
    +1. Great boot gun thats very well made. Read somewhere to use your weak hand thumb to cover the back of the grip then grasp over top your thumb and grip with your firing hand for a more secure grip. Works rather well. Haven't shot mine in years.
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    I don't have the mag, but I do have the .22LR Mini with the 1 & 1/8" barrel.
    A great little gym shorts waistband gun.
    I keep it in an impossible to see, quick retrieval spot in the house (not in the safe) just never know.
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