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I'll regularly carry my NAA 22mag PUG in my pocket. When exiting stores into parking lots, it's easily concealed/palmed with no notice, but instantly available as the first line of defense at bad breath should someone suddenly appear/pop up from behind a parked car with ill intent. Tactic will be to fire one round at near or at point blank to the face, drop it and draw the belt gun.

Forethought goes a long way, think outside the box.
 

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.22 mag has been a hog killing round since forever
 

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Brownie, I’ve considered buying one of those for some time now. Any recommendation on barrel length you prefer?
 

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Brownie, I’ve considered buying one of those for some time now. Any recommendation on barrel length you prefer?
Get the PUG 22mag, it's got a big enough grip/rubber to hold onto, but not too much/easily palmed. I went with the big dot tritium model, as I think it's use will likely be during the night time hours.
 

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Got it thanks. I was wondering if sights are even necessary for what it is designed for? Bad breath distance for a face shot as you say. I saw the two different options. I also saw Hickok45 do a review on these a long time back and his struggles with the grip with his meat cleaver hands.
 

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Sights? :grin
 

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Got it thanks. I was wondering if sights are even necessary for what it is designed for? Bad breath distance for a face shot as you say. I saw the two different options. I also saw Hickok45 do a review on these a long time back and his struggles with the grip with his meat cleaver hands.
In total darkness, that big glow up front points the way for a Quick Kill pistol shot if it's just beyond bad breath in the low light/darkness. Only reason I have it on mine, one day it may be used instinctively. :thumsup

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Sights? :grin
Sight, singular, as the reference point :grin

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His response is for the unenlightened that may read this thread some day... :grin
exactly :grin
 

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Thanks gentlemen. :thumsup
 

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I'll regularly carry my NAA 22mag PUG in my pocket. When exiting stores into parking lots, it's easily concealed/palmed with no notice, but instantly available as the first line of defense at bad breath should someone suddenly appear/pop up from behind a parked car with ill intent. Tactic will be to fire one round at near or at point blank to the face, drop it and draw the belt gun.

Forethought goes a long way, think outside the box.
With that plan, why not carry a .22 mag derringer?
 

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Cute little setup. Does anyone have the additional cylinder for 22 LR that can be swapped out for practice or even for CCI snake shot? The smallest pistol I have it the Kahr P380 with a quality, fitted leather pocket holster.
 

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Cute little setup. Does anyone have the additional cylinder for 22 LR that can be swapped out for practice or even for CCI snake shot? The smallest pistol I have it the Kahr P380 with a quality, fitted leather pocket holster.
.38 spl goes right into a .357 mag

Wouldn't a .22 lr go right into a .22 mag :dunno
 

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.38 spl goes right into a .357 mag

Wouldn't a .22 lr go right into a .22 mag :dunno
Not 100% sure about this, but I seem to recall reading somewhere that the cases for .22 magnum are thicker than .22LR cases. So, the LR round would fit in the cylinder but would 'rattle' a bit and the case would not be supported so it may swell and rupture. Again, just something I think I recall from somewhere. Might want to confirm I am not mistaken.
 
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