I was looking at a NAA catalog today, and saw their "Mini-Master" mini revolver with a 4" barrel which comes in 22lr or 22 Mag. I was wondering if anyone has tried this gun and how far it can shoot accurately. 5, 10, 15, 20 yds?
I've owned one for over 10years and never even shot it
It.s a well made piece, I keep thinking that I'd like to scope it if I could find one of those little hunter scopes that use to be advertised in the back of Shooting Time magazines. Haven't been able to locate one used yet though.
I own the 22LR/22 Mag Mini Master. All the NAA Minis are built like a fine Swiss watch. They are truly a work of art. Mine prefers the Mag cylinder, but i can easily walk a can down range with either cylinder. They are not a bulleye pistol by any means, but are accurate none the less. Accuracy starts fading out after about 20 yards or so. I found that if i tightly grip the whole gun when i fire it is easier to hit what i'm aiming at. It's slow to load, but even with the 4" barrel it easily conceals in a deep pocket of your jeans. Overall i'm happy with my purchase and without fail everyone wants to shoot it when i take it out to the range. Think of a smaller version of the stainless Ruger Bearcat. Mine has adjustable sights.
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