One man wants to make concealing guns easier. He created a pistol that folds into what looks like a smartphone, easy to carry and hard to detect.
Kirk Kjellberg of Minnesota while speaking to NBC News said he got the inspiration for the handgun after a little kid saw his concealed pistol in a restaurant and told his mom, bringing unwanted attention to him.
The pistol itself is a double-barreled .380-caliber derringer that only holds two bullets and can only be fired when it is folded out. It isn't available
For sale yet and the patent is still pending, but it looks like Ideal Conceal has the intention of producing it.
An Ideal Conceal prototype is slated for June, with sales beginning in October. The gun is listed for $395.
The problem with his product is it may stoke fears rather than quell them while some think otherwise as more than 4,000 people around the world have expressed interest in buying it, says Kjellberg .