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Fun pocket gun!!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dbl Auto, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. Dbl Auto

    Dbl Auto Active Member

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    I just picked up a North American Arms pocket gun in 22 mag. It folds up and looks like a knife in your pocket. The plastic case becomes a grip of sorts, when it goes into action. It has a 5 shot cylinder and barks loud in 22 mag. My little gun really liked the Remington ballistic tip 22 mags at 7 yards. It doesn't have much for sights so it is hard to shoot tight groups but it is a neat little gun. My Nephew and I had a blast burning up some ammo today. This gun now has 100 rounds thorugh it. Anybody have any previous experience with North American Arms product? It seems really nice for the money to me so far.
    Doug Allison

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    Picture of my NAA Mini Revolver that was on a previous post of "Mouse Guns". I have had mine for quite a while and it has put in a lot of miles with me. 22 LR,
    Yellow Jacket Hollow Points.

    Vern
     
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    Here is mine, I have carried it for years. A 22 magnum fired at night from this looks like a flame thrower.
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  4. twotimer

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    Doug, I have an NAA that I carry all summer because all I wear is shorts and flip flops. Can't conceal much else. Go to www.LASERLYTE.com for a laser sight built for it. That will make it a little more accurate. Kind of a nifty little option. Mike
     
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    I have had a .22Mag for a number of years. It is my drive the interstate gun. Was recommended to me by a CHP officer, a lot of them carried them as a last ditch back up. I don't bother to practice with it, I figure it is good for about 5 feet, a rest stop bathroom gun. gyrine
     
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    I use mine as a summer carry as like Mike it's hard to conceal anything else in shorts. It is very loud even in outdoors and really will get someones attention when it goes off. I have sold over 50 this year in several configurations. If someone had one without the foldup trigger grip, it can be purchased separately and is simple to install. I purchased a leather case for mine off ebay a couple of months ago for fifteen dollars shipped. Jackie B.
     
  7. Barry C. Roach

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    Bruce, on "Swamp People," uses one for back-up. He fell out of the boat once and use it to kill the gator.
     
  8. timb99

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    Neat looking little handgun. Are these single action only?
     
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    my high-power NAA Black Widow mouse gun. This one is very easy to shoot and comes with Millit sights...

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    Yes, they are single action. Jackie B.
     
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