Gun Report

NAA Mini-Master .22 Mag/.22 LR

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The 4-inch Mini Master was, we thought, a muzzle-heavy, poorly balanced gun. The sight picture was slightly better than that of the Black Widow, but the rear sight notch still needed to be wider, or the front blade narrower.

NAA Mini-Master .22 Mag/.22 LR

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Model Name
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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Caliber Plus Cartridge
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Weight Unloaded
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Back Strap Height
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Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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The NAA guns showed good workmanship on their relatively tiny parts. The arrows point to two of five notches between the chambers. These accept the hammer when it's fully down, and that permits carrying the gun with all five chambers loaded. To get the cylinder out, pull down on the lug below the barrel and turn it 90 degrees, and withdraw the base pin.
We don't know what you'd use this gun for, because it requires a holster unless you've got huge pockets. We found the shorter gun did essentially as much, and was far handier.

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