Going 100 Yards Out with a .22 Mini Revolver (VIDEO)

North American Arms is well known for their line of Mini Revolvers but how good are they at more than bad breath distance? To find out, Top Shot Dustin Ellermann pushes one out to 100 yards.

While Ellermann said the NAA is the smallest handgun he’s ever used, he actually has one of the company’s larger offerings– the Black Widow. Equipped with a heavy vent barrel, a bull cylinder, and oversized (for NAA) black rubber grips a, the .22WMR is the company’s equvialent of a target match revolver when compared to the rest of their keychain-sized pieces.

In the end, he is able to faintly ring steel at distance with a bit of reliability, which is fairly impressive for a gun with a 1.75-inch barrel.

Of course, your mileage may vary.

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