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Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Texas Moon, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. Texas Moon

    Texas Moon Well-Known Member

  2. nalioth

    nalioth Well-Known Member

  3. daorhgih

    daorhgih member


    How does it revolve? Is it manual? SA/DA? "Cocked" and NOT Locked? Can it rotate in either direction? I want one.
  4. armoredman

    armoredman Well-Known Member

    Finally an easily reloadable mini revolver. Now make it DA. :)
  5. Remo223

    Remo223 member

    I like it. The price is a little steep. I hope they fixed the weak cylinder bolt spring. When that spring snaps off, the cylinder bolt stops working and the hammer collides with the back of the cylinder...bangs it all up and then the rounds wont fit in the recessed cylinder.

    They need to make one with a velo-dog style folding trigger or a colt paterson style trigger.
  6. mykeal

    mykeal Well-Known Member

    I'm missing something...what's 'historical' about a .22 mag stainless steel miniature revolver?
  7. StrawHat

    StrawHat Well-Known Member

    It takes you all the way back to the 70s!
  8. DoubleDeuce 1

    DoubleDeuce 1 Well-Known Member

    That does take me back to 70's, and all of those disco gunfights on the dance floors and out in the parking lots. Stayin' alive...:cool:
  9. scrat

    scrat Well-Known Member

  10. arcticap

    arcticap Well-Known Member

    Like most single action revolvers, hinged handguns look pretty nostolgic and have an appeal to some admirers of the cowboy and BP era guns.

    This photo includes an experimental Colt C&B revolver having a similar hinged barrel (Model #12).


    The NAA also clearly resembles the 1870 S&W Schofield revolver which was an early break action, and there were others.



    The modern Derringer shape goes back to at least the 1866 Remington .41 RF.

    Last edited: Mar 19, 2011
  11. mykeal

    mykeal Well-Known Member

    'Resembles' is a bit of a stretch to my eye. But, to each his own....:rolleyes:
  12. Jaymo

    Jaymo Well-Known Member

    I like it, but would like it better if the barrel was about 4 inches long and it had the rubber target grips. If they'll make it with a longer barrel like the mini master or black widow and the same grips, I'd really like one.

    Even better, put the barrel and grips from the Earl on it and make it in .22LR.
    .22 magnum is awfully expensive to go blowing all that unburned powder out the muzzle. It's better suited to rifles.
    A .22 LR cylinder that has long enough chambers for CCI Stingers would make me giddy.
  13. BHP FAN

    BHP FAN Well-Known Member

    I LOVE it! Now, if they'd just put a decent amount of barrel on it, I'd buy one.
  14. arcticap

    arcticap Well-Known Member

  15. Jaymo

    Jaymo Well-Known Member

    BHP Fan and I seem to be on the same page. Any of the NAA grips for the .22 Mag revolvers will fit. I like the slip on pug grip. The wood boot grip with the 4 inch barrel of the Earl or Mini Master and a conversion cylinder for .22 LR would really get me interested.
    The suggested price is WAY too high.
  16. Remo223

    Remo223 member

    huh? overall length of stingers is the same as overall length of long rifle. Cartridge diameter and bullet diameters are the same. There's no such thing as a long rifle chamber that wont accept a stinger.
  17. cane

    cane Well-Known Member

  18. Jaymo

    Jaymo Well-Known Member

    The case length on a Stinger is longer than a regular LR. The bullet is not heel mounted. There are LR chambers that don't chamber Stingers.
  19. Remo223

    Remo223 member

    You ever shot longs or shorts? A stinger has the same bullet as a long or a short.
  20. Jaymo

    Jaymo Well-Known Member

    Yes it does. However, the case is longer than a LR case. I've experienced LR chambers that were too short to chamber Stingers.

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