A Minnesota company has invented a handgun that folds up to look just like a smartphone, reports NBC.
The .380-caliber pistol, called Ideal Conceal, will be available later this year and “will be virtually undetectable because it hides in plain sight,” Ideal Conceal says on its website.
In locked position, the two-shot plastic gun with a metal core can be discreetly slipped into pockets, like a real phone. But “with one click of the safety it opens and is ready to fire,” Ideal Conceal claims.
An Ideal Conceal prototype is slated for June, with sales beginning in October. The gun is listed for $395.