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NAA Mini Revolver Carry

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by LeontheProfessional, May 4, 2014.

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  1. LeontheProfessional

    LeontheProfessional Member

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    My fiance just bought me one of these for my birthday and I love it. I work in a business where carrying a normal size gun isnt always an option so i was very happy for this gift. I am just trying to figure out how everyone carrys these things. Do you just drop them in a pocket? Carry them in a pocket holster? Ankle holster?

    Thanks in advance for the advice

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  2. geneo

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    i made my own grips larger, also made a holster to fit .
    Also made my bufflo horn howler for coyotes, I call it my black widow. Gene

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  3. PRM

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    I've got the .22 Magnum/.22LR Black Widow that I carry in a Concealment Specialties pocket holster http://www.concealmentspecialties.com/store-naa.html

    Got several friends who carry them just dropped in the pocket and it works. I personally like protecting the guns finish and keeping lint out of it.

    Enjoy - they are top shelf little guns that have their place.
     
  4. Vonderek

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    With this neck holster. Or using the same holster I loop the paracord through a belt loop for pocket carry. A vigorous pull of the gun from the pocket will free it from the holster as the cord is pulled taut. The holster is molded to the gun with the hammer in a safety notch so it is impossible for the gun to be in the holster with the hammer resting on a live round.
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  5. Armored farmer

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    U gotta get a.holstergrip for that brother.



    Then carry IWB.

    Trust me.
     
  6. LKLive13

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    Pretty nice gift! I have the folding style so I just drop it in a pocket as I'm headed out the door... It usually stays with my keys so I don't forget the little guy...lol
     
  7. olderguns

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    I use a crossdraw rig.
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    I use the same with my bond arms in 45acp
     
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    Mine fits well into nearly all of my jean watch pockets. Beyond that I have a little Galco holster.

    The concept of the neck holsters is pretty cool to me but having that thing relatively free swinging and facing up into my chest or head gives me the heebie-jeebies. Probably perfectly safe but still...
     
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    If the hammer on a safety notch. Their no problem . I gave up on mine and went back to my Beretta 950. Still plenty small more rounds and faster more accurate shooting. Plus the 22 out of these small pistols has no advantage over a 25 auto.
     
  11. Twiki357

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    I made a little pocket holster for mine with a scrap piece of leather and a few pop rivets. With jeans, the watch pocket makes a good holster all by itself.
     
  12. PointOneSeven

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    Unholstered in an empty pocket for me. If I ever get serious about micro guns and carry, I'd probably do the leather pocket holsters too.
     
  13. GEM

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    I have the Thad Rbyka pocket holster for my 22 LR / convertible. Interestingly it's ammo pouch won't take 5 22 Mags, so I got a box of that 22 WRF which fits the 22 mag cylinder and the pouch.

    However, if I have to reload - I hope the BG goes to Starbucks and waits till I am done.
     
  14. herrwalther

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    You can order a leather pocket holster right from NAA website made by Galco. That is how I carried mine and it was unnoticeable.
     
  15. Walkalong

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    I made a couple of holsters for mine. Nothing fancy. One just slips into my pocket. Keeps the lint out.

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  16. KMcCoy

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    +1 on the holster grip from NAA. Protects the trigger while in your pocket and makes the little gun MUCH easier to shoot.
     
  17. blindhari

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    There are some horizontal belt telephone carriers that will carry an NAA and a phone just fine. Make sure that NAA fits securely behind phone and does not touch lens. You might also try and find some Aguilia 60 grain tip 22 lr. Try them out almost in contact with a water filled gallon milk jug.

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  18. UpperAtmosphere

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    I have an Absaroka Kid holster for mine, I'll either toss it into an empty pocket or put it in the watch pocket.

    Mine is also .22lr, I'm probably going to get a Pug in .22 magnum for that little extra oomph.
     
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