Be prepared to defend yourself, right down to the last, with the DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol.
DoubleTap Defense is now shipping the DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol (design and utility patents pending) as Azimuth Technologies, the manufacturers of the DoubleTap pistol, are ramping up production to fill all outstanding orders as quickly as possible. DoubleTap Defense Stocking Dealers (with qualified orders) are receiving their free promotional package for their stores.
“The DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol has undergone significant improvements since we moved the project to our new manufacturer; making the DoubleTap a more reliable, simpler and less-parts-to-go-wrong type of concealed carry,” Raymond B. Kohout, DoubleTap inventor stated. “We have production capacity to quickly fill all orders and many anxious customers to appease, but we are certain, beyond a doubt, that this newest version is of higher quality and extremely reliable.”
Significant improvements to the DoubleTap include:
Interchangeable barrels (9mm and .45ACP) using a M16 style push pin that is now ambidextrous
Enhanced pistol grip with new “FRAG” pattern inspired by the fragmentation grenade
Improved, easier to use thumb-latch
Patent pending trigger system simplified to only four major components and featuring dual hammers for extra reliability
Double-action, sequentially fired mechanical trigger system has double-strike capability
Ported barrels available for both the 9mm and .45 ACP to reduce recoil and muzzle flip
The DoubleTap™ Aluminum non-ported model has an MSRP of $499.00. The Aluminum ported model’s MSRP is $569.00. The MSRP for the DoubleTap™ Titanium non-ported model is $729.00 and the ported model is $799.00. Caliber conversion kits in the non-ported version have been lowered to $199.00 and the ported kits lowered to $269.00. DoubleTap™ Defense also sells a variety of accessories to complement the DoubleTap™ Tactical Pocket pistol.
Be prepared to defend yourself, right down to the last, with the DoubleTap Tactical Pocket…
by Personal Defense World / May 31, 2013