The DoubleTap Pistol is designed to be carried in a pocket for maximum concealment. Its slim design allows the gun to be easily carried in a variety of places using the many holsters that are designed specifically for it or other small semi-automatics. Given its highly concealable nature, deployment of the DoubleTap from a pocket can be done quickly from a staged position when trying to de-escalate a situation. The DoubleTap pistol grip features a trap door which conceals a hollow area where two extra rounds can be staged for reloading. When practicing with the DoubleTap, keep in mind that it is not a plinker! It will not be comfortable to shoot hundreds of rounds through this gun in an afternoon. The lightweight and thin design which maximizes the comfort of carry mean a significant amount of felt recoil.
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