Hey guys, new to the forum here. I've been a reader for some time and an avid shooter/CCW holder for over a decade but this is my first day joining. I'm mostly into centerfire but the last year or so I've gotten into BP revolvers. I have a few Pietta/Uberti repro guns, but honestly my favorites so far have been these little NAA minis. I have the .22lr and .22 mag version and will be ordering a 4" Earl this week. I love these little things and they're very well made. A lot of people say you can't hit anything with them, but to that I say user error/poor technique. I reliably hit 12oz Soda cans at 10-15 yards with a single shot. I think that is more than adequate for what it is. I've also been experimenting with smokeless with good results. Triple7 3F is decent, and with a max charge of around 5gr I'm seeing almost 900fps or a hair over that with the 30gr conicals from NAA. With smokeless though I'm blowing .22lr and even most .22 Mag out of the water, with an average of 1183fps with 2gr Unique. That's respectable in my book for a 1 1/8" barrel. Anyway, just wanted to share some of my experiences. Anyone else a fan of these little minis?