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NAA Mini Convertible .22lr/.22mag

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Al-jim19, Jan 22, 2019.

  1. Retired01

    Retired01 Member

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    I really like the Black widow, the holster, and the grip, I looked at the Black Widow on "Bud's site and he had 4 or 5 listed with multiple letters after the discription of the gun, most of them I figured out what they stood for, but not all. Would you mind telling me where you purchased yours? I appreciate it!
     
  2. JFrame

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    If I recall, I got my Black Widow a good 10-12 years ago from Bud's. I bought the "convertible" version with the swappable .22 LR and .22 WMR cylinders. Mine came with the Novak adjustable sights, although it looks like NAA has gone to Marble sights with white dots on their Black Widows (back in the day, the sights came black -- I added some white to the sight faces with a Sharpie). Here's the specific link to NAA's Black Widow product line, which might help clarify:

    https://northamericanarms.com/produ...idow/black-widow-pug-mini-master-black-widow/

    I believe I bought the Sticky Holster through Amazon. Here's the link for that product:

    https://www.amazon.com/Sticky-Holst...idow&qid=1552689125&s=gateway&sr=8-2-fkmrnull

    The grips are after-market from Revision CV (CVang). I just bought the basic plastic (glass-filled) grips, and cannibalized some unused TractionGrip pieces to give it a more secure hold. CVang has since come out with more expensive grips ($30 more) with a bit of additional texturing. If I were to do it over again, I might opt for those. Here's the link to their grip options:

    http://www.revisioncv.com/catalog/1

    I hope that helps!

    If I can provide any more input, please let me know. :)
     
  3. Ironhand54

    Ironhand54 Member

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    Interesting thread Does anyone have experience with the longer barrels NAA offers? 4 or 6 inch?

    Looks like they might be a nice light finishing gun to carry on the trap line.

    Thanks
    Ironhand
     
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  4. JFrame

    JFrame Member

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    Hey Irondhand -- I have a 3" Earl with convertible .22LR/.22WMR cylinders which I always thought would be a hoot to try out as a minimalist "kit gun" for the trail -- but I never got around to it. :(

    The NAA users forum linked below is WILDLY dedicated to the little fellows... You might also want to post your query there to see if you get any responses (I suspect you will!). :)

    http://naaminis.com/smf/index.php?board=3.0
     
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