BRAND: North American Arms # OF MAGS:
MODEL: Sidewinder SAFETY: Safety-Notched Cylinder
TYPE: Revolver: Single Action SIGHTS: Fixed
CALIBER: 22M BARREL LENGTH: 1
FINISH: Stainless Steel OVERALL LENGTH: 5
ACTION: Single Action WEIGHT: 6.7 oz
STOCK: Wood Grips PACKAGING:
CHOKES: FEATURES: Swing-Out Style Cylinder Assembly
MUZZLE: RECEIVER: Stainless Steel
SAFETY: Safety-Notched Cylinder
North American Arms Revolver: Single Action Sidewinder
Sale Price $304.94
Last edited by ZDR1; 09-23-2015 at 08:35 PM.
Last edited by ZDR1; 09-23-2015 at 08:36 PM.
I like the little mini-revolvers, and have three of them myself. No Sidewinders, though.
I've been thinking about getting either the 3" 1860 or 2.5" Sheriff, with both cylinders.
'94 Sportster 1200
'74 XL70 Frankenbike
I have one with a pearl handle. I call her Mini Pearl and she hangs out with pocket change.
Last edited by TopPredator; 09-19-2015 at 09:41 PM.
Here's my snake gun....
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.458 SOCOM vs 5.56 NATO.
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325 grain Hornady FTX at 1840 fps.
I'm looking for some HE/Incendiary projectiles in case the FTX just doesn't do it's job.
In all honesty snakes are good, not bad. I would never kill a snake, on purpose.
Freakin yellow jackets, hornets and wasps on the other hand.... I need a flame thrower upper for my AR.
Don't you have a couple of our rejects down there? Rod re gweez or something like that. Freeder was another one.
Actually there are no poisonous snakes up here in DA UP. I have gobs of black, rat, blue racers and other small snakes but if I can get to them before the wife sees them everyone is much better off.