Check Out This New 22 Mini-Revolver

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by flyingtiger85, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. flyingtiger85

    flyingtiger85 Well-Known Member

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    I already have one of these NAA mini-revolvers in 22 lr with the larger boot grip.Now I see this one and I think it's pretty cool looking.It reminds me of a modern version of the Stevens single shot pistol.I think I'll put a little money aside every week until I add this one to my 22 collection.

    It's called "The Sheriff."
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  2. red14

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    Mine is similar, 3''barrel, called the Earl,
    it's pretty accurate. I like it!
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    next for me is the BP earl..
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    I am kinda waiting for the one that has the top break opening. It sure will be easier to load than the one I have!!
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    Yep- I like the top break for ease of loading
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    Well I finally got it. The Sherrif 22lr/22mag.convertable.It's bigger than my NAA-1-5/8 barrel 22lr but smaller than a Ruger-Bearcat.I put my 22lr next to it to show the size differrence.Also the larger size magnum frame has a much larger grip that is much more fun to shoot.The magnum cylinder is especially a blast and comfortable to fire.With this gun you can actually hit something your aiming at.Also it has the quick release cylinder pin for easy loading that is an improvement.If anyone is considering one of these NAA mini-22's I would have to say this is one of the best models to own in my opinion.I'm very happy with it.
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    NAA is a great company. Sandy who is their CEO is great to deal with. You can write him direc Email and he will respond to every one. They have life time warranty and they will bend over backwards to make you happy. I always have one in my pocket. 1 1/8" magnum.
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    No one make a holster for this gun yet so I found one made for a similar model called the Earl in 3 inch.I'm so happy it fits perfectly.
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