The North American Arms Guardian is a semi-automatic pocket pistol that’s available chambered in either .32 ACP or .380 ACP. The NAA Guardian was originally designed for .32, but after a few years out in the market NAA expanded the line into .380. With its pocket size design, NAA says intended use is concealed carry self defense and recommends carrying it in a purse or pocket.
Like a lot of pocket pistols, the Guardian lacks an external safety, but NAA has included a double-action only trigger with a heavy pull–something like 10 pounds. It is hammer fired, and uses a snag-free hammer. Other features include rubber grips, fixed sights, and slide serrations.
Additional features include a Integral Locking System, which is an internal safety that will prevent an accidental discharge if the gun is dropped. Crimson Trace Lasergrips is another popular add-on, as well as a grip extension.
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Loaded chamber indicator; and snag-free hammer