Klingon00 wrote:There are few firearms you can successfully conceal carry at a water park. I think the NAA mini covered in a zip-loc bag inside trunks being the only one I've ever heard of being a thing.
The NAA mini is one firearm I would feel barely armed when carrying though. Probably beats being disarmed when you really need it but I would personally try to find any other solution before I resorted to it, I think. Still, if push came to shove, I'd be glad to have something, perhaps.
I wonder, how does it compare for size and weight against something like an LC380?
I used to have a NAA 1 inch barrel 22lr stainless revolver. It made even a fie titan .25 semi auto (similar to a colt cub and smaller than a LC380 or even a LCP) look huge by comparison. I didn't buy it as a CCW weapon, just as a novelty, the worlds smallest production handgun at the time, for my collection. Putting it into action merely involved cocking the hammer, could be done easily while bringing the gun up to target, like any cowboy type SA handgun. The problem was I had to grip and aim it a special way just to get it to make head shots at 3-4 yards, and if you're using any .22lr or .25 handgun head shots are to me more important than torso shots. I've heard laser sights help but IDK what they do to the conceal ability. Some people put big grips on them but to me that defeats the purpose of being able to conceal it practically anywhere. Back decades ago I read an alleged account of a detective who offered himself as an additional or exchange hostage to a hostage taker. the criminal searched the detective but didn't' find a weapon. At some point in the hostage taking the guy let his guard down and the detective pulled out his mini revolver from whereever he had it concealed and with one shot to the head ended the hostage situation.
Speaking of concealing it practically anywhere,
Warning the news station video, while funny, might not be safe for work, IDK, The anchors reaction and comments are interesting though. https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/woman ... into-jail/