A new little .22 revolver for me

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by gdmoody, Apr 8, 2009.

  1. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    My wife has been wanting me to start walking again. I live out in the country and there are a few nasty dogs where I will be walking. I wanted something small enough to stick in the pocket of my sweat pants. I have been looking to replace a .22 Mag derringer that my Grandson lost to the Police a few months ago (long story).

    I had been thinking of getting another Cobra 2 shot derringer. I saw this little 5 shot revolver in my local gun shop a couple of weeks ago and kept thinking about it so today I went by there and picked it up. It has the .22 magnum cylinder and an extra .22LR cylinder. I will use the LR cylinder with rat shot in it. It was a little more than what I really wanted to pay for it, but what the heck, I paid $220 OTD for it.
     
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  2. JUNKKING

    JUNKKING Well-Known Member

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    Thats a sweet little pocket gun, But I don't think you're ultimate clip loader is gonna work on that one LOL, JUNK
     

  3. w1spurgeon

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    This is the same gun my wife carries in her purse. We paid more than you.
     
  4. SARG

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    I had one of those......... they also made a belt buckle that the pistol would lock into. Sorta the hide in plain sight deal.
     
  5. JUNKKING

    JUNKKING Well-Known Member

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    Who makes this gun GD? Does it have a model number. I came back to look at this again because I think I may have a use for one of these. JUNK
     
  6. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    North American Arms - Model Number NAA-22MC
     
  7. bobkk

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    Bought one in 22LR a few years ago. Never shot it much. Need to
    shoot it again and see if I can hit anything with it. Not a good defence
    round but beats a rock. They are loud with stingers.
     
  8. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    bobkk, I spent a few hours at the range yesterday and the most fun I had was shooting this little thing. I had a brick of Aguila Colibri .22 that I never could figure out what to do with because they are not powerful enough to make it out of the barrel of a rifle (my rifle anyway). I gave it away but kept a couple of boxes for myself. Well anyway, yesterday, I took a box of it with me to the range and shot it through this little gun. It was just plain fun to shoot , the bullets fire so slow you can actually watch the bullet going from the gun to the target. I think I will buy some more of it just to play with this NAA revolver.
     
  9. carver

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    I also own one of these little darlings, and love it! Just forget about the sights, point and shoot! At 10' all 5 shots can be kept in a 5" group, and that .22 Mag should do the trick as a last ditch SD round.
     
  10. fleetwood1976

    fleetwood1976 Well-Known Member

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    I bought one that was 22 mag only about 10 years ago for $169 and was surprised at the accuracy of them. great for the pocket, boot, purse etc.