The Doubletap Titanium Pocket Pistol

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The Heizer DoubleTap Titanium Pistol

ST LOUIS, MO (October 2011) – Heizer Defense LLC, a firearms company producing a new paradigm of pistols for the responsible-citizen and law enforcement markets is proud to introduce their first model for the concealed carry market; the DoubleTap™.

The DoubleTap™ is a tactical pocket pistol, loaded with 5 patents pending, built on a titanium or aluminum frame; the slimmest and lightest on the market today at only .665 inches wide and 14 ounces. Available in a show-stopping .45 ACP or the more popular 9MM, this no-snag, hammerless designed pistol is completely designed, engineered and manufactured to the highest degree of precision and tolerances in an aerospace facility using aerospace technology and equipment.  The DoubleTap™ carries two rounds in the chamber and the integral grips house two additional spare rounds.  The break-action features a patent-pending progressive barrel porting option that cuts muzzle rise and recoil.   The ambidextrous thumb latch releases the action and automatically ejects the spent rounds.

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Unlike any firearm, the DoubleTap™ features a truly revolutionary double-action trigger system that utilizes ball bearings for a smooth action and crisp trigger pull.  The DoubleTap™ is available in a titanium or aluminum frame and features a MIL-STD finish, the same used on military aircraft, for a corrosion and wear resistant finish.  Production guns will be available in the first quarter of 2012.  For more information visit www.heizerdefense.com and visit Heizer on Facebook.

The first Titanium Tactical Pocket Pistol born from aerospace technology with 5 Patents Pending and 100% US made.  The future of concealed carry firepower is in your hands.

UPDATE: Now available in a white “Hedy Jane” version.

DoubleTapFront The Doubletap Titanium Pocket PistolFor more information on Heizer Defense or the DoubleTap, contact Laura Burgess Marketing.

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Laura Burgess Marketing provides public relations and marketing communications to companies within the law enforcement, tactical, military, shooting sports, home building, boating and recreational fishing markets. With over 17 years of experience in marketing, corporate management, and public relations, Laura Burgess Marketing helps companies to build better brand awareness to the media and their customers through traditional and the new social media methods.

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joshuat October 25, 2011 at 11:37 am

I’d like to get one of these for a nice little review. All I need is one good shot but who knows when a good second is needed? Might as well be prepared.

teRRy October 26, 2011 at 6:07 am

Agree with Joshua regarding a review… this looks like a great back up gun… I’m sensing one in my future…

Frank October 26, 2011 at 8:42 am

I am looking forward to buying one, i believe it fits right into a truly needed large caliber market of small pocket firearms

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