Trailblazer Firearms is making noise via its compact .22, dubbed the “LifeCard.”
According to the NRA’s American Rifleman, the newly founded firearms company based in North Carolina developed the pistol, which is no thicker than a few credit cards when folded and can fit in a wallet. Trailblazer Firearms tags the pistol as “the last gun you’ll leave behind.”
Per the American Rifleman, the “LifeCard is a .22 LR single-action, single-shot folding pistol. The sleek, no-snag designed pistol’s frame and grip handle is constructed from fully machined aluminum billet and hardcoat black anodized. The tilt-up barrel, bolt and trigger are made of steel with an Isonite finish for corrosion resistance.”
Trailblazer Firearms President Aaron Voight, a gun enthusiast, began his quest seven years ago and has since been tied up with patenting, prototyping, manufacturing, machining and more before the LifeCard hits the market in about three weeks.
“Trailblazer Firearms fully intends to spearhead innovative new firearms products starting with the LifeCard, available later this month,” Voigt told the American Rifleman. “New designs and true innovation have been the exception and our goal is to be the pioneer laying new trails for gun enthusiasts, designers and manufacturers.”