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    For those who carry a NAA Mini


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    tempting, even for a left handed guy like me. Hmmm..............the girlfriend has a NAA too, may have stumbled on another gift for her, thanks Bruce.

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    Nice idea but - safer in my pocket!!

    Mine is 22 mag anyways so - maybe no fit.
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    Just FYI

    There are/were some Native American Silversmiths who created these magnificent custom Sterling Silver & Turquoise belt buckles to hold the N.A.A. Mini.
    I've honestly not seen any around in a few years but, they were fantasic looking.
    A few different "smiths" were making them.
    Sheesh...they were expensive though.

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    Potlach Idaho circa 1988 a local gun dealer I'll call Ben, was wearing his Freedomk Arms Belt Buckle Derringer. Ben had left his shop after showing his new .22 mag off to a friend. Stopping off for a few groceries on the way home, he was in the back of the store when he heard a young man yell "This is a hold up!"
    as he related to me later, Ben remembered about then that he had neglected to reload his Freedom Arms gun. Instead of an assertive defense, as the young man w/ a gun sptted him Ben decided he had one chance; he laid down on his belly and begged for his life.
    It worked, but MAN, what a crappy "tactic" to have to resort to.
    Carry a couple guns and , uh carry them loaded.
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    I am a big supporter of North American Arms. I like the NAA Mini Revolver and there are many good ways to carry it. My father even owns one of those belt buckle holsters.

    I would never, however, use one to carry a loaded pistol. It's just not a good idea. I would strongly recommend avoiding novelty holsters of this type -- especially anything that exposes the gun to "hide it in plain sight."

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    I Think I Mentioned This On The Forum Before

    The Gang Bangers love the tiny little NAA Revolver.
    It is their low~life~drug~dealer sneaky gang "hit weapon" of choice.
    They "palm" it & walk up to their intended target & simply bang ("cap") him one right in the head...from a foot away.
    This information direct from a working narcotics officer.

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    They "palm" it & walk up to their intended target & simply bang ("cap") him one right in the head...from a foot away.
    Heck QK - that sure has got me thinking!! Very possible indeed and in fact reinforces my wish to maintain space and distance in suspicious situations.
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    I was at the gun store today and they were selling those for 45 bucks, as well as 2 different models of the gun.

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