Let’s face it — there are times in your life when you need to have your personal protection close to hand, but don’t need to flout the fact that you’re packing.
In the past, this may have meant going with an underpowered weapon or even leaving your firepower behind. Fortunately, Full Conceal seems to be solving these challenges with their line of foldable guns. Not everyone loves the discrete weapons, as the alt-left is actively recruiting people to rave against them. The safety features that have been built into these revolutionary weapons help overcome any concerns that gun advocates may be feeling.
Let’s take a look at how foldable guns help overcome the compromises you may currently be making with your concealed carry or vehicle weapons.
Manufacturer Full Conceal is famous for touting that their weapons can be folded down into a form factor that is smaller than an iPhone in size — if not in width. Even partially folded, you can quickly see that these firearms are a boon for individuals who need to keep their pistols close while not advertising the fact that they’re readily available. Multiple components have been designed down to a single, discrete package that contains holster and spare magazines without adding a lot of bulk as you would find with a traditional holster and additional components.
Many gun enthusiasts not only have a personal concealed carry, but also keep a larger weapon in their truck or trunk of their car “just in case.” Depending on where in America you live, you might find yourself needing to stay safe from bears, alligators — or perhaps even the two-legged version of wildlife. Folding rifles are the ideal solution, as they allow you to bring along some extra firepower without taking up a lot of room or being blatant about your weaponry. Even a simple single shot rifle that folds for storage can help you get out of a sticky situation when needed.
In 2016, startup Ideal Conceal introduced a pistol that truly fit the foldable model. The double-barreled handgun is meant to be clipped to a belt or inside a purse, and had many police officers concerned. Why the worries? Turns out that the Ideal Conceal looks very much like a smartphone when it is in it’s fully-folded state, making it difficult for officers to determine whether or not someone was carrying a weapon. While none of the guns mentioned here can be fired while fully folded, some states are still requiring that individuals have a concealed carry permit — even when the gun is in full sight.
Foldable guns are not a new concept, but the future is bright for this range of weaponry. They take away the majority of the compromises that you would traditionally find in a concealed carry weapon, and leave you with a sturdy, reliable and powerful weapon that you can keep private from prying eyes.
~ Firearm Daily