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just got a call from the dealer. My new big bore revolvers are in. I picked up 2 of the naa teeny tiny 22lr revolers. One for me and one for the wife. I also bought two wallet holsters mostly so my wife can keep on in her purse in cognito and if she gets one so do it. My main reason for needing one is ive been walking 3 miles a day to loose some weight and get back in shape and a pair of sweats and a t shirt make it hard to carry a gun. When its chili out I can put on a sweatshirt and carry a 1911 in a shoulder rig but when its hot its hard to find something. Even my lcp wants to pull down my pants while I walk because I have NO but. this can be stuck in the pants pocket of a pair of sweats and will be better then a stick or the knife ive been carrying. It probably wont drop wolves and surely not bears but the noise alone might scare them off.

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Thought you were already a member of the NAA club Lloyd. Welcome to our world.

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I don't know what there is about those little NAA revolvers but they sure catch my fancy. I have now have one with a Black Widow Spider on the grip and one with the Ace of Spades on the grip. They are the hardest to shoot of any gun that I own but then a bad guy is going to have to be real close before I feel threatened enough send one his way anyhow so they will serve the purpose!
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lloyd, I used to jog with one of those spandex type belly bands with a taurus ultra lite 38 spcl in it. It goes around your midsection, you can seat it between your belly and armpit and it will stay fairly well in place. Mine also has a pouch you can stash an id in.


I too have a NAA 22mag for a pocket gun, but upgraded to the LCP a few years back. I carried that thing in my pocket for 15+ years. I do recommend using nickel plated brass in it. The brass ones will turn green from sweat. The Hornady Critical defense are what I keep in mine now. I see yours is .22lr. The stingers might just fit the bill for you.



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I carry an lcp in an ankle holster and after the new wears off this naa ill probably go back to it. I bought them mostly for a gun my wife can put in her purse at work and nobody would see it even if they happened to glance in her purse. Then if she gets one I get one! Ive allways wanted one and finally scratched the itch. There just cute and this guy doesn't need much of an excuse to buy a new gun.

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I carry an lcp in an ankle holster and after the new wears off this naa ill probably go back to it. I bought them mostly for a gun my wife can put in her purse at work and nobody would see it even if they happened to glance in her purse. Then if she gets one I get one! Ive allways wanted one and finally scratched the itch. There just cute and this guy doesn't need much of an excuse to buy a new gun.

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NAA sells an inside the waist band holster that conceals unbelievably well, and offers a really quick access as well.
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NAA sells an inside the waist band holster that conceals unbelievably well, and offers a really quick access as well.
Mine came with a leather IWB with a metal belt clip when I bought it in about 1998 or 99. Used to appendix carry it until my dunlap disease took over.


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Mine came with a leather IWB with a metal belt clip when I bought it in about 1998 or 99. Used to appendix carry it until my dunlap disease took over.
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I had to buy mine after the fact, but it sounds like the same holster.

You might want to try clipping the holster to the inside of you front pocket. It's easy to loose it and drop it into the pocket, and it works out really well for me.
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I had to buy mine after the fact, but it sounds like the same holster.

You might want to try clipping the holster to the inside of you front pocket. It's easy to loose it and drop it into the pocket, and it works out really well for me.
I carried mine in my front pocket after that. I have now migrated to a LCP when I am not hip carrying something bigger.

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