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  1. #1
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    Default Added an Oddity to the Collection

    Alrighty, let the flaming begin for this one!

    A few years back the Life Card .22 was introduced to the market and I kind of liked how it was compact and disguised from being a gun when it was folded up. But at the time it was just too expensive in my opinion for what it was. Recently I stumbled across them again and was looking around and just happened to find them on sale locally. So I thought I would get one for fun and see if it would fit any particular use case in my carry line up. As of today I have only had it for about a week and haven't had much of a chance to put it to much use other than throwing it in my backpack which usually contains a G19 or 2 for some of my commuting.

    Does it shoot, yes... Is it accurate? Well I haven't taken it out past 4 or 5 yard yet, but hitting chest size steel in my basement range has been easily doable. I'll to some more testing soon since wasn't able to see the exact impact marks and need to put some paper on the target to see the hits.

    Folded up:
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    Firing position:
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    Extra ammo can be stored in the grip, 3 .22lr, or 6 .22 shorts, or a mix of both:
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    A couple holster options:
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    Compared to what I usually have on or with me:
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    HAHA. That thing is awesome.
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    That's my "cell-phone" concert venue gun haha.

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    Reminds me of Assassins Creed.

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    I have a lot of trouble coming up with any real-world use for this, but I've still thought about buying one a couple of times "just 'cause."
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    Well, it is a GUN!!
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    How are the spent brass ejected?
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    Quote Originally Posted by psalms23dad View Post
    How are the spent brass ejected?
    It loads/unloads via a tip up barrel, kind of like the Beretta Bobcats.... For which I have one of those with a threaded barrel on order.

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    Nothing wrong with a "because I can" toy. No reason why a gun has to have a reason. I love a Secret Squirrel gat!

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    OH, it's got lots of gay to it... But I don't think it could pass the Jimenez Prison Wallet gayness.

    They use to offer a suppressed barrel, but it's no longer being produced. However this article shows how it could be done.

    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...-22lr-handgun/
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