Tuesday, March 29, 2016

MN company invents gun that looks like a cell phone privateofficer.com #PrivateOfficerNews

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MONTICELLO, Minn. March 29 2016- A Minnesota company is making national headlines for a gun that's not even on the market yet.
The start-up Monticello company, called Ideal Conceal, is getting a lot of attention for its double-barrel .380-caliber handgun. The reason why? The gun is designed to look just like a cell phone.
CEO Kirk Kjellberg said he got the idea for the gun at a restaurant, after getting his permit to carry -- and quickly realizing he'd like to be more concealed.
"I walked towards the restroom and a little child, a boy about 7, saw me and said, 'Mommy, mommy, that guy's gotta gun,'" he said. "The whole restaurant of course turns and stares at you and I thought, 'There's just gotta be something better to do than this.'"
The gun, as advertised on his website, is designed to look just like a smartphone -- "so your new pistol will easily blend in with today's environment."
Kjellberg said the prototype will be done in June and will likely be manufactured in October. So far, he said he's had plenty of interest -- more than 4,000 requests, he claims, including from law enforcement.

The gun will be sold for $395.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This guy hasn't made a real firearm. All he can do is operate a 3d printer to make a plastic toy.

No video on it firing, nothing it's not real, nor will it be.