You'll have your pocket revolvers, your Derringers and your "mouse" guns. But the ultimate in small, were talking a mini mouse revolver here, has got to be the NAA "Super Companion" black powder .22 caliber cap 'n ball revolver. I ordered this a couple of years ago directly from North American Arms and it was delivered in a few days to my door. When you open the tough, locakable storage and travel case you will find two levels of goodies that will amaze the mind.
The contents being:
The Super Companion revolver on NAA's .22 magnum frame and cylinder.
decent leather mexican loop flap holster
allen wrench to remove nipples
a bag of 250 .22 lead conical bullets.
buckskin bullet bag
brass lock for the trave/storage case
assorted owners manual, accessory catalog, cards, adversiments and such.
You will be wondering how they got all that stuff in the small travel case.
The revolver is very well made right here in the U.S.A. of stainless steel. It has a very nice brushed finish. Did I say it was very nicely made? The grips are pleasant stabilized laminated wood. A trigger guard on a dimunitive 5 shot revolver of this size would be out of place and almost half the size of the revolver. The action is smooth, strong and positive. I was pleased with its heft and it felt good in the hand.
The loading tool is a simple design also made of stainless steel. I dont think you'll win any speed loading contest with it but you will have an extra cylinder that should make your firing of 10 rounds pretty quickly after you get the hang of exchanging the cylinders out.
I think I paid around $250 for you have seen it the picturess which makes it a bargain for being made here is U.S.A. and of a quality which is rare today. I wish I would have shot it by now but since I'm retired I've got other things to do, make and find. With the price going over $1800.00 an ounce I enjoy spending hot summer days in a cool mountain stream looking for this stuff.