The LifeCard is a single-shot, .22-caliber handgun that carries another four rounds in the grip. And since the gun folds into a pistol shape before firing, it transfers like any other unrestricted handgun. Altogether, the LifeCard weighs a whopping 7 ounces
Aaron Voigt thought up the LifeCard so you can go armed without anybody knowing you are armed. A veteran of both the Army and the Marine Cops, Aaron spent the last seven years navigating the morass of regulations and marketing minutiae required to bring a radical gun like this to market. The end result is unlike anything else in the gun shop.
The LifeCard is a single-shot, .22 LR handgun that employs a single-action, striker-fired system similar to that of the World War II-era, .45 ACP Liberator designed for the OSS.
Depending on your generational perspective, the LifeCard is about the size of either a cellular hotspot device or an oversize Zippo lighter. Trailblazer advertises that it is the size of a stack of credit cards and while that is true, that stack will be about 17 cards thick when the LifeCard is folded into its smallest dimensions. Still, the gun’s small size and nondescript shape make it easy to hide. Even if it does print through a pocket, you are far more likely to be asked about your hotspot than your pistol.
The 1990s-era Braverman Stinger pen gun was a legitimate engineering marvel that imploded majestically when unleashed upon the real world. Complicated, cumbersome and brilliant, the Braverman Stinger fell prey to the innate stupidity of man. The gun’s strange manual of arms did not well suffer the uninitiated or dangerously dimwitted.