NAA .22 cal revolver concerns
Anyone have one of these? My question applies to all models. I know they have a safety feature for resting the hammer/firing pin between rounds on the cylinder as protection in the event that the gun is dropped. BUT, I'm wondering about the threat of that large hammer that can easily get caught on pockets, etc getting pulled back partially and released before being fully cocked. And if it became if fully cocked in the pocket by getting hung up, without a trigger guard it would be like reaching into an occupied gopher hole to safely remove the gun and uncock it.
I don't have one to experiment with to answer these concerns. I'd like to get one as a carry weapon, but am a bit worried about safety of carry. Perhaps a pocket holster that covers the trigger and hammer is a good idea. They make a folding holster that many guys like but the hammer is fully exposed with that item used.
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