Survivalkraft: Very nice, brother! I am trying to decide between one of these or a Taurus
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.
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!!
Steve McIntosh: One eye and apparently one arm too... Buy yourself a "tripod"
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
Politically Incorrect: The barrel you have is 1 5/8 inches. Thanks for the share.
junky9: can you buy a 22 lr cylinder?
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...
Otto Weber: It's not a pistol, Mister, it's a REVOLVER! No more words.
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!
mghalichi: Very informative video. Thank you for taking the time.
docwilkey: I to am a fan of the NAA minis.
terry pennyman: I carry a 45 too knock your you know what off but I do like it a lot .not
so big I like
doughboy206: You are allowed to carry in a restaurant. You just can not sit at the bar.
You are allowed to drink in a restaurant and carry concealed as well. (Any
portion of an establishment licensed to dispense alcoholic beverages for
consumption on the premises, which portion of the establishment is
primarily devoted to such purpose). Which portion is dedicated to serving
Alcohol? The bar is dedicated to serving Alcohol. The tables are not. You
eat there. Most web sites you go to only show you the first part of that
law. So go ahead and eat your dinner and have a frosty beer,just stay away
from the bar.
Flashgrenade82: i just bought one with the 1 1/8 inch you must have the 1 5/8 barrel did
your come with the 22lr/22 short's
oneeyedpatriot: Very smoothe and light.
KiloMonstuh: Thanks a lot, I appreciate the quick response! I've heard a lot about the
LCP, i'll definitely consider that as well.
oneeyedpatriot: Thanks my friend! All my videos are completely unscripted and I just make
them as I go along. I hope I am cool and quite frankly I am 19 at heart but
now I have a few years on me. You seem like a cool guy yourself that would
be cool to hang with as well! Lord knows, we all need good friends to hang
out with! If you happen to live near Columbia, SC we should hang out.
oneeyedpatriot: Yes it would do you well. The 22 Magnum is powerful and should give you an
advantage with the five shots. I would keep quick access to an additional
big bore gun around the house just for the sake of doing it.
oneeyedpatriot: Good question Johnnie! Look at my first video about the JetBeam flashlight
and I believe I tell the story on that one. Thanks for asking and caring
KiloMonstuh: Hey I was thinking of getting this or the Kel Tec p3AT which is bigger but
still compact. I'm only going for self-defense, something I can CCW at all
times...but I'd probably feel better with a .380. Do you think I should
just stick with the mini mag or spend a few bucks more to get the p3at?
oneeyedpatriot: Thanks! I am just getting started with all of this new video technology but
I was kind of happy with the results as well.
Pushyhog: bought one today for mom, ordering grip monday morn. love em. I would hate
to get shot with a few 22 magnums.
Encourage2Live: Really nice gun Patriot! I think this may be my next purchase!
HKPSG1Shooter: Same here, OEP. I have the 22 Mag with the fixed rubber grips, with the
short barrel, and my girlfriend carries the 22 LR with the folding grip.
These are great guns, small enough that you can carry them around all day
and it doesn't weigh you down like a full-size pistol. True, it's only a
22, it's not a 357 magnum, but the first rule is to have a gun. Besides,
I've seen what the 22 LR Stinger does to a gallon jug of water. I think the
bad guy would sit down and wait for the ambulance. LOL
oneeyedpatriot: Thanks. As a general rule that is always good advice. It has been a great
gun by the way.
Nate Skaggs: Dude you need to get a job doing the reading on those audio books. Unique
HKPSG1Shooter: Especially out of that short barrel! They do have a lot of bark for their
oneeyedpatriot: Plus, the sound of the 22 magnum will have quite an effect.
Gracie Gorrell: Very informative and love the new captioning!
oneeyedpatriot: I carry this gun often but more for a secondary weapon. Kel Tec has some
good guns but for a small .380 you might consider the Ruger LCP. (We have
two of them) Most importantly, make sure that you carry a gun that is
comfortable to carry for long periods of time. Get the right holster,
etc...Don't skimp on a holster it is very important to have a comfortable
one. Good luck on your decision.
oneeyedpatriot: You are welcome. It is a neat set up. If you tuck your shirt in though, it
exposes a little bit of the end of the gun. It stays folded up most of the
time either in my pocket or just in my jacket pocket. Very loud.
Intimidates well when fired. They also make a neck lanyard holster for the
regular handled model which makes sense as well. My wife got the same
design as mine but in a 22 long rifle. She carries it in her EDC. Mine is
usually a backup carry as part of my EDC.
oneeyedpatriot: Yes you do. Heck they are only about $225 and the handle makes it ideal. My
take is to always have a gun on layaway. (Well, it used to work that way)
oneeyedpatriot: and real loud at that! I just subbed ya!
jacknifedbl: i looked at one of these the other day and they r pretty cool cant knock em
ill prob get one myself
partriarch: Thank you for your good wishes. You made a good choice on the Henry AR-7. I
have one too, but mine is so old that it is manufactured by the original
maker, Charter Arms, and came with only ONE magazine instead of two, as the
modern version does. Too bad they don't make that rifle chambered in .22
oneeyedpatriot: Mine was indeed the longer barrel and I got the 22 Magnum one. My wife
picked up the 22 Long Rifled one at the same time. Love the guns! Thanks
wylwrk: Camera Tripod 0.00 cal 100% concealability Additional feature: Hands free
johnniejamskate: Can u show and tell the story of ur eye
partriarch: Now you're making me jealous with that talk of the PMR30. Sweet! I've
gotten a surefire carry for my pocket folder. Bought a biker vest with
several inner pockets. Can fit the larger handgun in the large pockets
w/snap closures, and the mini-mag folder in a smaller 'notebook' pocket,
where it would disappear except for the belt clip keeping it easily in
reach. Gonna get a large Marine Corps EGA logo sewn on the back of the
vest. (big grin)
oneeyedpatriot: You will love it!
partriarch: Just picked up the NAA .22 Mag w/folding holster grip yesterday afternoon.
Found I could swap that plastic "belt clip" to the other side of the
holster, so I can carry it IWB on my strong side. Have yet to shoot it
(haven't had time for the range), but am looking forward to it. Like you, I
was hesitant about these mini-revolvers because of the dinky normal grips
that might present a control problem. With this large grip, it should work
okay. I'll find out soon.
oneeyedpatriot: Great gun for sure. Thanks for watching!
oneeyedpatriot: It is a fine gun.
oneeyedpatriot: You will love it! Had it on today!
oneeyedpatriot: Thanks for the info.
oneeyedpatriot: I was thinking of converting to the smaller handle and wear a neck holster
with mine for the Summer.
ShotgunShooter666: Nice video. I plan on getting one soley to ALWAYS have on me around this
house. Do you think this would fit the bill? I just dont want to lug around
a 20-25oz gun in my pocket or on my hip.