North American Arms Ranger II .22 Magnum Breaktop Revolver with .22LR Conversion Cylinder - NAA-22MC-BTII
|Brand||North American Arms|
- Caliber: .22 Magnum / .22 Long Rifle Capacity
- Capacity: 5
- Action: Single Action
- Barrel Length: 1 5/8”
- Front Sight: Bead
- Rear Sight: Fixed Groove
- Overall Length: 5.16”
- Height: 2.81”
- Width: 1.06”
- Weight: 6.9 oz.
- Grips: Rosewood Bird’s Head
- Long Rifle Conversion Cylinder Included
Since the revolutionary Derringer was introduced in 1852, Derringer style single-shot and mini-revolvers have been popular for their easy portability. North American Arm’s rendition of this American classic is barely noticeable at an ultra-lightweight 6.9 oz. making it easy to conceal nearly anywhere and unnoticeable in even gym shorts while still allowing you to have realistic stopping power in the most intense situations. This mini-revolver has a 5 round capacity of 5 .22 Magnum cartridges. This edition of the revolver also includes a .22 Long Rifle cylinder for target practice or for pest control. To minimize the profile of the firearm, this revolver utilizes a “break-open” cylinder with a star ejector for easy loading and unloading. Whether this is a backup weapon or a primary weapon, North American Arm’s .22 Magnum Break-Top revolvers are what you need.
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