- Mar 17, 2015
Many years ago there was a small gunshop in town here that was robbed. The owner/operator was alone except for a large dog on the floor and a Conyers Parrot on the counter. There was a 12Ga. pump under the cash register and the proprietor carried a .22 Mag. NAA in the old belt-buckle holster rig.There are quite a few usage reports of NAA minis. Can you find one where that happened? It's a typical cliche for small guns.
Apparently, the perp got the drop on the shopkeeper and he couldn't grab either weapon initially- then the Parrot reached out and took off a chunk of the bad guy's ear, distracting him long enough for the store owner to draw his NAA. He fired and hit the perp twice, killing him.
The dog just sat on the floor and watched the whole thing go down.
Ever after that, there was a sign on the door that said "FORGET THE DOG, BEWARE OF BIRD."