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My NAA Mini Master finally came!

Discussion in 'The Wheelhouse' started by Bluestreakfl, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. Bluestreakfl

    Bluestreakfl

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    NAA Mini Master Target Model 4" .22mag with fixed sights and also a .22lr conversion cylinder. One of y employees also ordered the NAA Wasp in .22mag and we both bought the folding grips for them as well. It's gonna be my BUG to my G27. It fits just fine in a pocket without any kind of print even without the folding clip holster grip. Here are the pics. [​IMG]
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  2. Bluestreakfl

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    Thanks! Here's some more pictures now that she's made it home. [​IMG]
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    Going to the range this Sunday to see how she shoots. 100rds CCI .22wmr Maximag and 200rds CCI .22lr Minimag. Will post a range report afterwards.


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  3. Bluestreakfl

    Bluestreakfl

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    Well, her first trip to the range was a blast. Shoots like a dream. Dead accurate and tight groups at 7, and 15 yards. Second trip, I installed the folding grips which although not as solid as the standard grips, are a tad bit larger, and still shot just as good. Decided just for the heck of it to try some longer range, so I put the target out at 30 yards which is the max distance at the indoor range I go to. Was still able to hit the target even at that distance. I have to say all in all I'm impressed with this little gun.
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