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Offline YosemiteSam

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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #30 on: March 11, 2014, 05:54:36 PM »

Made me a little pocket holster to hold me over... Lol I love gorilla tape, the part that the gun goes into was from a "pocket microscope" the tape gives it stability and holds it upright in my pocket


A little bit of two-way tape on the outside would keep the holster in the pocket while you quick-draw.  Brings a new concept:  "Tape Wad" as an AOW.  So far, in the "cheapskate holster contest" you are way ahead of whoever is in second place.  I'm a distant 1500th with a $1 fake DeSantis.
I rounded the edge so it's more form fitting, it stays perfectly fine in the pocket when I draw without the double stick.  I'm going to make a spare cylinder pouch for it on the sides so I can have one capped and ready

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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #31 on: March 11, 2014, 06:49:26 PM »
That extra cylinder:  caps up, down, or sideways?
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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #32 on: March 12, 2014, 10:28:41 PM »
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Dear Friends,
            Perhaps I am too Old an Old Fart, but I totally fail to see the allure of these tiny Mouse Guns!  If a little sawn off runt like myself, can successfullly conceal a 5'5" barreled Remington 1858, then what in Tarnation is the POINT of these fiddly little things?  They seem quite likely to slip around in the hand, they are so tiny, and unless you are the kind of marksman that is able to shoot all six rounds through the same hole at ten yards, WHAT USE ARE THEY?  They certainly would not frighten away a bad guy.  He'd think you had picked up your child's cap gun! A well nourished Mouse cold probably flex his pectoral muscles, and bounce the projectile off! "Back In The Day," REAL MEN, who carried .44's, used to say that the .36 would give a man a,"Skin Complaint!"  I put these things in the same category as the tiny .22's one could buy some years ago, that clipped on the front of a Western Belt Buckle!  The owner of the belt could probably have done as well, by slipping the belt out of his belt loops, and castigating the person attacking him by swinging the buckle at him as a sort of limp club!
            The durned things look so small, that even with my hands, I think I'd have difficulty in cocking the hammer and then finding the trigger quickly! From MY point of view, the things are a waste of time and money, but people are different, and I suppose some are prone to the attraction of tiny little gadjets like this!  I guess if they retailed for $5.oo it wouldn't be to bad, but Hell, you can buy a .44 for the money some of you guys are laying out for these things!
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Ah good sir, I'm a meager 5'9 145lbs of Lean American... I cannot disguise the handgun (my pietta 5.5" .44) as anything other than an erection, a tail, or a giant flank of ribs... The .22 slips in my pocket, and after firing it, I'm very confident it will stop an attacker if needed.  It's the gun that will ALWAYS be with me, even in gym shorts and a wife beater(a shirt undershirt!)

sam, i can help with that concealing a remmy problem, this one is my 1971 lyman/uberti 8" .44









that holster is called a "pager pal" or these days a "cell pal" they sell for about $35...

nothing like having mr badguy hold you up and say "gimme yo cell phone mutha%$#@er" and whipping a 8 inch barreled .44 in his face...lol...

can you say .44 cal suppository? or .44 cal exlax? lol lol lol 
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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #33 on: March 13, 2014, 08:37:38 AM »
That extra cylinder:  caps up, down, or sideways?
I was thinking caps up?

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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #34 on: March 13, 2014, 09:11:21 AM »
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Dear Friends,
            Perhaps I am too Old an Old Fart, but I totally fail to see the allure of these tiny Mouse Guns!  If a little sawn off runt like myself, can successfullly conceal a 5'5" barreled Remington 1858, then what in Tarnation is the POINT of these fiddly little things?  They seem quite likely to slip around in the hand, they are so tiny, and unless you are the kind of marksman that is able to shoot all six rounds through the same hole at ten yards, WHAT USE ARE THEY?  They certainly would not frighten away a bad guy.  He'd think you had picked up your child's cap gun! A well nourished Mouse cold probably flex his pectoral muscles, and bounce the projectile off! "Back In The Day," REAL MEN, who carried .44's, used to say that the .36 would give a man a,"Skin Complaint!"  I put these things in the same category as the tiny .22's one could buy some years ago, that clipped on the front of a Western Belt Buckle!  The owner of the belt could probably have done as well, by slipping the belt out of his belt loops, and castigating the person attacking him by swinging the buckle at him as a sort of limp club!
            The durned things look so small, that even with my hands, I think I'd have difficulty in cocking the hammer and then finding the trigger quickly! From MY point of view, the things are a waste of time and money, but people are different, and I suppose some are prone to the attraction of tiny little gadjets like this!  I guess if they retailed for $5.oo it wouldn't be to bad, but Hell, you can buy a .44 for the money some of you guys are laying out for these things!
                                                                                                        Johnnie Roper,Alias:Gunslinger9378.
Ah good sir, I'm a meager 5'9 145lbs of Lean American... I cannot disguise the handgun (my pietta 5.5" .44) as anything other than an erection, a tail, or a giant flank of ribs... The .22 slips in my pocket, and after firing it, I'm very confident it will stop an attacker if needed.  It's the gun that will ALWAYS be with me, even in gym shorts and a wife beater(a shirt undershirt!)

sam, i can help with that concealing a remmy problem, this one is my 1971 lyman/uberti 8" .44









that holster is called a "pager pal" or these days a "cell pal" they sell for about $35...

nothing like having mr badguy hold you up and say "gimme yo cell phone mutha%$#@er" and whipping a 8 inch barreled .44 in his face...lol...

can you say .44 cal suppository? or .44 cal exlax? lol lol lol

Lol Bruce youre definitely bigger than me...  My 5.5" is too big to attempt to conceal unless it's under my shoulder, with a jacket...  I've contemplated cutting It down to a 3" snub

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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #35 on: March 19, 2014, 11:01:15 PM »
That extra cylinder:  caps up, down, or sideways?
I was thinking caps up?
It seems to me that whichever direction, a leather cover to prevent a percussive impact from whatever smacks into your pocket.  I tend to carry stuff with a corner wedged into my waist for partial support.  Also, I hit desk corners occasionally.
A finger hole on the bottom to allow you to push up your cylinder, instead of trying to grab from the caps-end and accidentally pulling off a cap.  I guess caps-up minimizes the opportunity to pull off a cap when pulling the cylinder out of the pocket.
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Re: Naa companion.... Arghhhhh
« Reply #36 on: April 05, 2014, 09:14:47 AM »
Just ordered a NAA Mini Cap and Ball (NAA-22LR-CB) from Bud's Gun shop.  $225 shipped after the cash discount.

http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_344/products_id/51220/NAA+Mini-Revolver+22LR+Cap+and+Ball+1-18%22

Pietta 1858 New Army - 8" steel barrel and cylinder.
Pietta 1858 New Army - 5.5" steel barrel and cylinder.
Taylor .45 lc conversion cylinder.