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    North American Arms Revolvers

    I can’t carry at work but when I go out to lunch, I carry firearms.

    I have been doing a rotation of a Glock 19 with a Kimber K6S. But since I was carrying the G19 Appendix style, I found it inconvenient to position it only during the lunch break.

    I was carrying my Kimber K6S but I added a NAA SIDEWINDER. Recently, I saw a video of a Swing out cylinder so I acquired one, in 22 Magnum. It has a 2.5” barrel for more velocity.



    I feel confident in my abilities shooting it. Shot placement is key. It is a backup to my 357 Magnum, anyways.

    Anyone else favor the convenience of one of these mini revolvers?


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    I'd like to have a top break NAA one of these days.

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    I have a NAA Black Widow. Great backup or deep cover gun, but I have been considering a Sidewinder for the little longer barrel and flip out cylinder. I like using the folding grip with clip with mine but that grip is not friendly when shooting magnums.
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    I had one and I liked it very much, but I ended up selling it. They're very well made little guns, but I could never get comfortable with it - big fat hands, big fat fingers, and it's just easier to grip my PPK or my PM9. Those two are about as small as I'll go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDRGlock View Post
    I can’t carry at work but when I go out to lunch, I carry firearms.

    I have been doing a rotation of a Glock 19 with a Kimber K6S. But since I was carrying the G19 Appendix style, I found it inconvenient to position it only during the lunch break.

    I was carrying my Kimber K6S but I added a NAA SIDEWINDER. Recently, I saw a video of a Swing out cylinder so I acquired one, in 22 Magnum. It has a 2.5” barrel for more velocity.



    I feel confident in my abilities shooting it. Shot placement is key. It is a backup to my 357 Magnum, anyways.

    Anyone else favor the convenience of one of these mini revolvers?


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    I have a NAA .22 LR that came with a .22 mag cylinder. I really like the lil bugger. I keep bird shot in it for rattle snakes but also will throw it in a pocket for a "less risky environment" day out and about. Couldn't hit water if a fell out of a boat with it but do like the lil thing.

    I do wish the cylinder on mine swung out. you have to remove the whole thing to reload.
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    Years ago my second ex- collected those. I would buy her one for birthday/Christmas/anniversary gifts. Not the same occasion every year though.

    She had eight or ten different models by the time we parted company.
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    They are neat little boogers. I have one in .22 mag but I would sure hate to be in a gunfight with one. I would hate to be in a gunfight with any kind of weapon but I reckon one of these little guns are better than a sharp stick.
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    Well, a lot of you guys have already seen this, but here's mine equipped with night vision:

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    I've got several of them. I have a sidewinder but tend to carry the pug more often. I'd like one of the top break models too.
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    The guy I go to for FFL said he sells these. Showed me one that he carries in his pocket. Now I'm reminded that I said I'd go back and see about getting one from him.
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    I had a Magnum with the holster grip, but my oldest daughter borrowed it a few months ago and has failed to return it. Fits perfect in her Levi pocket.
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    As often as we are in and out of hospital/doctors office/imaging I should have kept my .357 derringer but I guess my cane and 4 knives will work in a pinch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChanceMcCall View Post
    Yep. It fits in my swimming suit.
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