After loading and emptying the gun a couple times it became second nature. Jamie looked on, and in no time he was taking out the cylinder and reinstalling it without assistance. Out of the three guns I brought with us today, the Mini-Master was obviously Jamie's favorite, and it wasn't long before he blew through 100 rounds of CCI hollow points. Unlike with the SingleSix, we shot 150 rounds without a single misfire.
The only negative was that I forgot to laser bore sight the revolver before hitting the range. When your cardboard backstop comes equipped with a thousand bullet holes and your targets are small, it's not easy to get a gun on paper. Soon after arriving home I checked the sights and discovered that they were pointing about 6" to the left. I used a wooden dowel and a hammer to give the rear sight a few taps and the iron sights became nicely in line with the laser. I hate to leave things unfinished, but I won't be able to return to the range again until next weekend. Ugh! It's going to be a long week.
NAAs Mini-Master is a gun that's so much fun that once you shoot one you'll want one. And once you have one, you'll be thinking about which model you want to purchase next. Hmmm... That Black Widow is sure look'n good!