Wednesday Weapons – Jogger's Pistol

joggers pistolIts tiny ..and come with a dinky wee holster. Marketed in the US as a “jogger’s pistol” (Technically it is a revolver but hey what’s in a name?) – maybe not so concealed under lycra – but a .22 Long Rifle. Illegal to own in NZ due to the short barrel, No worries about pit-bulls or attack by any other mongrel when out jogging if you were permitted to carry one.

Made by North American Arms, this is the most popular mini-revolver sold. Technically it is a revolver but hey what’s in a name?

Think of these as derringer style and revolver capacity. Way more hurt, basically.

For Oswald there is even a Black Powder version. Not sure what would more effective the projectile coming out the barrel or the flash, bang and cloud of smoke to disappear into?

NAA .22 Magnum Mini-Revolver

  • Caliber: .22 Magnum
  • Capacity: 5
  • Material: 17-4 pH stainless steel
  • Barrel Length: 1 1/8″
  • Overall Length: 4 3/4″
  • Overall Height: 2 7/8″
  • Width: 7/8″
  • Weight: 5.9 oz. unloaded
  • Suggested Retail Price: US$214.00
  • Part Number: NAA-22MS

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