Constitution Arms adds another firearm to its lineup of disabled friendly guns with the Palm Carbine. The Palm Carbine is the long arm sister to the Palm Pistol, a T-shaped palm-sized handgun chambered in .38 special.
Although she fired a shot from her .38-caliber revolver while in the school’s cafeteria, where her sister works, she missed and no one was harmed.
The Defense Department announced the contract on Thursday for Winchester to produce .38-caliber, .45-caliber and 9mm rounds until March 2022.
While the elderly man normally uses a walker, he didn’t that morning. In fact, he got up, went to his gun case and loaded his gun, all in the dark.
During the 18-month investigation, undercover DEA agents negotiated the shipment and purchase of more than a dozen illegal guns.
Engineered to assist seniors, the disabled and those with difficulty firing traditional firearms, this round Palm Pistol doesn’t really even look like a gun.
By the time the assault was stopped, Miller suffered from a fractured skull, arterial bleed, and his brain had been pushed to one side of his head.
“In this case, having a firearm saved this man’s life,” said Walton County Sheriff Michael Adkinson.
He may have thought his plan was foolproof, but didn’t anticipate someone might catch him planting the gun, knife and drugs in his enemy’s car.
A sassier twist on the classic derringer, the Mama Bear by Bond Arms, is a California approved pistol with attitude.