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    NAA - My Third Revolver

    I picked up this baby yesterday. Carried it for the first time last night. I've decided that perhaps I'm an extremist. One the one hand I have the S&W500, on the other ....this.



    I would have gone for an S&W but they just don't make one. I can't wait to take it to the range. Those .22 Mag cartridges look interesting.
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    Re: NAA - My Third Revolver

    Great little pocket keeper.

    Those .22 Mag cartridges look interesting.
    There's some guy selling a bunch of 22 Mag ammo in the classified for a great deal.
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    I have had several. If you shoot the Magnum cylinder too often the ball-detent latch will work loose. Very difficult to shoot well, however it is ideal @ the distance required when negotiating the ownership of your vehicle with someone who views it as his compensation for some injustice to one of his more unlikely ancestors!

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    I've had a couple NAA's - they make good, easy to carry belly guns. They are fairly accurate if you practice quite a bit. The .22 magnum hollow point is an awesome round & performs way above what you'd think it could. My current .22 mag. craving is fed by a S&W M351PD.
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    Re: NAA - My Third Revolver

    Love my black widow, pocket holster w/pocket for 5 extra rounds. Great when 638 feels just too heavy with certain pants.

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    Looks like that would be good for extreme concealment.
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    If it should be difficult to shoot, try the magnum grip holster. It did wonders for mine! Excellent picture and a fine piece.
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    Re: NAA - My Third Revolver

    Quote Originally Posted by willie
    I have had several. If you shoot the Magnum cylinder too often the ball-detent latch will work loose. Very difficult to shoot well, however it is ideal @ the distance required when negotiating the ownership of your vehicle with someone who views it as his compensation for some injustice to one of his more unlikely ancestors!

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    Close enough an they will only bleed from the exit wound, those little blasters in .22Mag will cauterize the entry wound!!!!!!
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    Re: NAA - My Third Revolver

    I carried this little 22 Mag two shooter for many years. For minmum size and bulk there is nothing like a 22 MRF.
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