Company Trailblazer Firearms, which was founded in 2014 for the development, design, production and sale of innovative American firearms, recently announced a new pistol Lifecard and called him her main creation. This is a single-shot pistol caliber .22LR, with a single-action firing mechanism, the trunk of which is created from a solid steel billet, and the frame and some other parts are made from aluminum. Overall length – 8.6 cm, thickness – 1.3 cm, and weight – about 200 grams.
When folded, the LifeCard is 5.4 cm wide, and the shape resembles a standard credit card.
In the form of a credit card, the gun cannot fire – everything is in accordance with the legislative requirements for the so-called “AOW regions” (that is, any firearm that does not meet the standard parameters – these are outdated designs, disguised pistols, and weapons converted to shotgun or rifle cartridge , and much more – ed.).
Pay attention to the trunk. The cocking lever is located at the rear of the upper half.
In the unfolded state, you can grope the cocking lever that needs to be moved to unlock the trigger. For aiming in the upper part of the trunk there is a small V-shaped groove.
The small storage compartment contains 4 spare cartridges. The trunk, when loaded, rises upward, like Beretta bobcat or Jetfire. Before the shot, the bolt must be cocked manually, and it can also be in the half-arched position.
The trigger can only be reached when the gun is open.
Lifecard Comes with a special lock that completely locks the gun when placed in the hole in the body. According to the manual, the weapon consists of 27 different parts.
In the sale of LifeCard fall in mid-August and will cost about 400 bucks.
In addition to the cartridge in the trunk, in a small storage compartment fits another 4 cartridges.
Source – Trailblazer Firearms introduces folding .22 single-shot pistol
Editorial note: Stuck is really interesting, in some situations even useful. That’s just exactly as a weapon of last chance, in addition to the main “trunk”. As a single concealed weapon, this single shot gun is not the best option. One shot is not enough to stop an aggressive opponent, and reloading is long. Plus, the stopping power is extremely low. Therefore, LifeCard is unlikely to receive popularity as a normal weapon for self-defense.
However, there is one more thing. Folded Lifecard You can easily confuse with a cigarette lighter or something similar, so it’s quite realistic to drag it to where you don’t exactly carry a conventional weapon. Therefore, there is a fear that this miniature gun will more often be used just not for self-defense …
This credit card-sized gun is positioned as the “last weapon you will keep with you!”