Gun Report

NAA Black Widow .22 Mag/.22 LR

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We found the NAA guns to be quite well made, though we experienced significant gas escape with both cylinders in both guns.

NAA Black Widow .22 Mag/.22 LR

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Pull Single
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Trigger Span Double

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The Black Widow can almost be concealed in the hand, important if it's used for backup to a larger gun.
If you lose any one of these, you're out a gun. You have to take the gun down to these three pieces every time you reload it. The cylinder pin is used to bump out empties.
The cocked Black Widow is not intimidating, but it's better than no gun at all. We'd get the .22 LR-chambered gun instead of .22 Mag.

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