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North American Arms Mini Revolver, Single Action, 22LR, 1.125" Barrel, Steel Frame, Stainless Finish, Rubber Grips, Fixed Sights, 5Rd
Manufacturer: North American Arms
Model: Mini Revolver
Action: Revolver
Type: Single Action
Caliber: 22LR
Barrel Length: 1.125"
Frame/Material: Steel
Finish/Color: Stainless
Grips/Stock: Rubber
Capacity: 5Rd
Manufacturer Wt: 4.5oz
Sights: Fixed Sights

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I have the PUG Mag that I carry a lot. I have a pocket holster and it is easy to take anywhere when you don't have the room for a bigger gun. It does not have the pop that my 9 or 357 has but it is better than a knife and will do its job if used right. Training assures that any weapon is effective. Well built and does require some skills to load and carry safe.

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Yes I may scream but a crack addict will still beat the snot out of you after you shot him with it. Not knocking the gun because it makes a good backup gun but I would never consider it for my only concealed firearm

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If someone shot you with this you would probably scream like a bitch. I don't care what anybody says.

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My "Lint Gun" also Santa! I have been happily carrying this pistol in my pocket everywhere for years now. I have put about 200 rds through it. It is what it is..... a 22lr with a very short barrel and tiny sights. But it is sooo convenient to throw it in my pocket and forget about it. It goes almost everywhere with me.
I would highly recommend NAA's grip holster and filing off the clip. The standard grip pictured is way too small for large hands. The holster folds under and covers the trigger completely. I also eliminates any outline resembling a gun in your pocket.
It is a safe design if your read the owners manual.
I also like that this gun is unbelievable LOUD and does not sound like a 22 rifle!

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The grip holster [aka "floppy wobbler"] or even better, the Secret Service grip [NAA just calls them their "oversize" grips now] are an absolute must with these. The standard grip is great for concealment, but that's about all...

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That's a smokin' deal there folks: don't see these for <$220 very often. I'll admit that I'd rather have the 22wmr version, but one of these in 22lr is better than any .25acp pocket pistol ever made, without exception. [Yeah, I'm looking at you JMB! ;) ] CCI Mini-Mags are rated the best for use with these in 22lr, iirc. Go over to the NAA forums for more info & links to the gel tests w/ these...

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I've owned one before , they are a quality single action revolver. I called it my lint gun because of the pocket lint that clung to it . I could hit center mass at 7 yrds with little practice , but holding on to it was the challenge and fast follow up shots diffacult . That being said , I am ordering one because it works well for what is designed to do... Merry Christmas !

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I don't care what their made of its my opinion they are worthless crap, not to mention dangerous....pretty damn useless...if your gonna buy a gun for protection, put on the big boy pants and buy one that'll actually do some good when you need it too.

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"Pretty damn useless" huh? Tell that to the LEO who died after the suspect he'd shot with his .357 and was already on the ground pulled out his NAA and shot the officer. They both died at the scene.

Moral of the story: yeah, the mini-revolver isn't a stopper, but it satisfies the 1st rule of gunfighting ["Have a gun"] when a lot of other firearms can't. So put on your big boy pants & deal with it.

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They are only dangerous if you don't know how to safely operate a firearm. The hammer rests on a slot that doesn't touch a round. When you cock it and pull the trigger...it goes bang. That doesn't seem any more dangerous than any other revolver. As far as useless for self defense....I sure as hell don't want to get hit with a .22 at any distance; especially within two feet. That's what this gun is designed for. But you are right, you are entitled to your own opinion, be it ignorant or otherwise.

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The revolvers are well made. I have a .22 mag. I will admit that I had a problem with Aguilla silver eagle ammo. The rim expanded a lot after being struck and it kept the revolver from rotating. Don't use Aguilla silver eagle in the .22 mag.

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pot metal garbage

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fucking MORON! They are made of STAINLESS STEEL, jackass.

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How can they be made of steel and be pot metal at the same time? Have a friend who has one and they are quality handguns.

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I me guess: you carried one in your front pocket or around your neck (either way soaked in sweat) for 12 months straight while never cleaning it and it either stopped working or just looked crappy.

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Everyone but you seems to already know that these are well made little guns.

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Wrong. Made of stainless steel, I have one.

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