Double Tap has expanded the options for the bantam handgun. Up to this point, customers with an interest in the deep concealing two-shot pistols had the option of anodized aluminum or eye-catching—and more expensive—titanium frames. From there, they had the option of ported or non-ported barrels, and the option of 9mm Parabellum or .45 ACP. Conveniently, Double Tap also offers a conversion kit to swap the modular .45 barrels for 9mm, or vice versa.
Recognizing the home and self defense market for larger calibers, Double Tap has now announced that it will be expanding caliber options for their pocket pistol to include .40 S&W, or .45 Colt/ .410 gauge shot (2.5in cartridges). The Double Tap handguns chambered for any of these new options will still be fitted to the Double Tap’s signature ⅝ inch wide, snag-free frame.
What do you think about a 3 inch barreled .410 ga.-ready close quarter defense pistol?