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Minnesota man develops concealed carry gun shaped like a smartphone

A Minnesota man has developed a pocket gun in the shape of a cell phone. Kirk Kjellberg says he's received 4,000 orders of his pocket gun, which is expected to be available in October. The gun, "Ideal Conceal," was an idea Kjellberg designed afte...

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A Minnesota man has developed a pocket gun in the shape of a cell phone.


Kirk Kjellberg says he's received 4,000 orders of his pocket gun, which is expected to be available in October.


The gun,  "Ideal Conceal,"  was an idea Kjellberg designed after his larger weapon was discovered at a restaurant.

"When a little child, a boy about 7, saw me and said 'Mommy, mommy, that guy's got a gun,' and the whole restaurant, of course, turns and stares at you, and I thoguht there's just got to be something better to do than this," Kjellberg said in a report on KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City.

The body is plastic, Kjellberg said, but it has enough metal to be detected by metal detection devices.

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