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Old 03-20-2017, 02:13 PM   #11
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Don't know the prices, but they have "Sidewinder" models now with 1-5/8, 2-1/2, & 4 inch barrels. Cylinder (and pin) swing out to the right for re-loading, and remain attached to the frame. No more worry about losing them, well unless you do a cylinders swap.

I'd go with .22mag, at least 2" barrel & Speer GD's, if you have any thoughts of using it as a carry piece. I've done it, but can't recommend it. Actually, you might want to carry two. They reload easier than the others, but it's still a slow process.
Here's a Pic of the Sidewinder. On my to get list. Though they are expensive. Have the Pug now. The quality of build is exceptional.


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reloading would drive me nutso. I had a Ruger 22/22mag revolver. Great gun, but reloading one round at a time was a bummer. One thing to consider, if one is going to use the NAA mini pistol for self defense, better kill the bad guy before the pistol is empty, "it not", don't worry about reloading it.
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I got lucky a couple of years ago and bought my NAA Pug in 22 mag at a police auction for $100
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Their "Holster Grip" model provides a very large grip when deployed, and when folded completely covers the trigger area. Along with the hammer set in the notch between chambers provides a safe carry with very little added bulk or weight.

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reloading would drive me nutso. I had a Ruger 22/22mag revolver. Great gun, but reloading one round at a time was a bummer. One thing to consider, if one is going to use the NAA mini pistol for self defense, better kill the bad guy before the pistol is empty, "it not", don't worry about reloading it.
My plan has always been that if I had to use it, I'd be backing up while firing. Once I fire round #5, it's run like heck! They're hard to reload at the range table.
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