Full Conceal now shipping M3 foldable Glock 19 (VIDEO)

With a footprint that compares to the typical iPhone when folded, Full Conceal’s M3 customized Glock optimized for concealed carry is now shipping to dealers.

Exhibited at a number of trade shows this year, the $1,399 MSRP’d polymer-framed pistol sans a slice of the frame has garnered a good bit of interest on social media for the Las Vegas-based company.

Just 3.6-inches high when folded, the M3 uses a 21-round Magpul PMAG GL9 magazine to fill in for part of the grip when extended. The modified frame utilizes a folding trigger safety that prevents the trigger bar from moving and engaging the sear, a feature that Full Conceal bills as leaving the gun safe to carry with a round chambered, even in the folded position.

When deployed, the standard Gen 3 G19 slide provides the same sight radius as more traditional models.

(Photos: Full Conceal)

(Photos: Full Conceal)

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