It’s been gratifying to see how broadly TTAG’s readership has expanded. It’s good to know our mission of telling the truth about guns and making the case for the safety, fun and utility of firearms is reaching a wider audience. Take, for instance, Dallas Archer. She apparently read Jeremy’s recent review of the NAA mini-revolver and was convinced that the gun was the right personal defense choice for her particular needs. Unfortunately, she didn’t exactly come by the pint-sized pistol honestly. And her carry method wasn’t really advisable either . . .
According to the the sleuths at The Smoking Gun, Ms. Archer was pulled over on a recent traffic stop in Kingsport, Tennessee. When she was hauled in because of her suspended license, things got a little more interesting:
The jailer and a female cop then accompanied Archer to a bathroom for further examination, a review that led to the recovery of a “North American Arms 22 LR revolver (loaded) which Ms. Dallas had concealed in her vagina,” according to a Kingsport Police Department report.
A subsequent check revealed that the five-shot mini-revolver–which is four inches in length–had been “stolen from an auto burglary in 2013.”
Of course, that’s the virtue of NAA’s little wonder. It’s small enough that just about anyone can tote it just about anywhere on or about their person. If we were Dallas, we might have chosen that interesting tonsorial arrangement on her head to toss the gun, but that’s just us.
Though we’re sure gun gurus at NAA didn’t envision (nor would they advocate) tucking one into a reproductive organ, it’s nice to know that there’s a carry solution out there for everyone. To be sure, the little SAO revolver is typically as safe as houses, but cramming one into a bodily orifice is an egregious enough violation of Rule #2 that we’ll be sending Dallas some IGOTD hardware. And we really don’t want to know where she intends to stash it. [h/t Paul McCain]