Kevin Williams: I just got one of these chambered in 22mag. I unfortunately have the "snubby handle" and the damn thing tries to jump out of my hand every time I fire it. I will soon be ordering a handle like this.
Michael Mosley: I find it aggravating that if you or I can legally get a permit, that all sorts of restrictions make having the permit useless to have. If we aren't allowed to have our legally permitted weapons on us, how would we be able to defend ourselves against the crazies of the world who don't give a crap whether we live or die?
Michael Mosley: I think that'd be a winner, man. I'd like to have one of them. I've been thinking of getting a self defense weapon for carrying also--gotta get a permit, though. Here's a good question I'd like to have answered:If I'm living in one state, can I carry the handgun into the next state that I am in quite often(Not even a mile away)? My short mileage trips to the next state are quite often, but I'm not sure a carry permit or conceal permit would cover me in both states or if I was to go on a trip that goes into several states?
Shelby Harrison: I'd really recommend that you not dry fire that little revolver- since it is a rimfire ammunition setup, you are risking damage to the firing pin every time the hammer falls against an empty chamber. Thank you for the video!
ColtDeltaElite10mm: Beautiful guns, them NAA's!!!!
J. Muller: There are some nice custom grips for these on ebay & Gunbroker right now 7/30/2015 Some are stag abalone mother of pearl, mammoth ivory and impala horn.
Taurus/Hipoint Enthusiast: Cool....I got 2 of them 10 years ago...One for me and one for dad....The folding grips followed shortly It is truly an everyday carry......At the minimum....And yes I to do carry it.......In the same manner
Willie Jamehufff: I plan to add this gun to my collection. I have a bond arms as my BUG right now. Could you possibly upload a video of you drawing the weapon with the pocket clip. And I hope you're right with cancer is improving
ytubepuppy: Thanks for the video. I have one of these North American Arms mini revolvers. Yours is a 1&5/8" barrel like mine. I just drop mine into my right front pocket. It's my "American Express Card" pistol because I never leave home without it. I don't use the belt clip because it almost fell off my belt one day in a department store and I don't need that. It might work better on a narrow belt. That grip makes the gun SO much more comfortable and easy to shoot than without it. If nothing else, it makes roostering the hammer much faster that if you take it off.
I totally agree on the 22 Magnum being underrated. Probably THE most underrated caliber in the world. BTW, I'd never dry fire any rim fire weapon.
filledandfreeme: Nice Video....I love mine!!!! I once had a firearms instructor tell me that a 22 mag wasn't big enough....I then asked him if he had ever been shot by a 22 mag....Yes folks it is enough gun.
david175303: I carry mine in a horizon phone case . Had to modified the Velcro , just removed about half of it . Just re glued Velcro with supper glue , Ware this on belt looks like you have a phone. no need to hide it with a shirt.
300tank: Everyone I show of mine with short barrel loves it and never think of a 22 concealed would be a great defense weapon but they are in your front pocket looks like a buck and no one ever knows you have one and a 22 is deadly and is even preferred by the mob it is quite and not a lot of blood all over after 5 shots I think you will not be a threat but people really do not think they are worth the money until I show them mine
Bill McCoy: "Cute" and good for concealment; BUT ... if you need a gun like that, there are drawbacks to this one. Opening grip, and especially firing. 1. The 2-handed grip demonstrated may not be an option. 2. roostering for each round, ESPECIALLY one-handed may not provide the firepower needed to disable an assailand. 3. A "BG" (Big Guy), drunk or drugged, may not respond to a hit that doesn't strike a vital area. The adage, "Better than nothing," really doesn't apply therefore. WHY? It's a proven FACT, that an assailant at 20 feet or less, specifically with "just a knife," will get to you before you can draw ANY sidearm - even an open carry holster sidearm. Too may police officers have found this out the hard way. Now, consider an assailant with any regular revolver, or especially with a semi-auto. Even as a "back-up," I'd be way too under-armed.
Kevin Thompson: Would you trust this particular holster/grip combo in a situation requiring a belly gun? The extra movement of having to unfold the thing would worry me; a part of me would simply prefer a slightly oversized grip, like the one on their Mini-Master and Black Widow revolvers.
I could still see this being semi-useful in a survival situation, though. Nifty little weapon.
Survivalkraft: Very nice, brother! I am trying to decide between one of these or a Taurus PT-22.
Bill Cotten: I have carried one of the 22 mag short barrel with the folding case and it is a great gun. It is my weekend gun while I cut grass, manage the pool or go to Lowes. It is a great gun and he did a great job on presenting it. I have even killed a rat at 20 feet with mine. One lucky shot. I run a gunshot during the week and carry a Colt Defender as well as the NAA 22 mag. Thanks for the video!!
Otto Weber: It's not a pistol, Mister, it's a REVOLVER! No more words.
UrbCrafter: This is a great Firearm, I have two of them with belt buckle holsters, with all the new laws and gun grabbing ideology this is an easy firearm to open carry with the buckle holster. I love mine...
junky9: can you buy a 22 lr cylinder?
Red Vote Blue State: I agree, the .22 magnum is a very underrated cartidge! I have 2 other fire arms in .22 wmr a bolt action rifle and larger SA revolver. However I want to get one of these for my EDC because they are so easy to conceal. This video was very helpful!
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