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Is This The First i-Pistol? "Hedy Jane" Pocket Pistol Finished in i-Phone White

Is This The First i-Pistol? "Hedy Jane" Pocket Pistol Finished in i-Phone White
An all-white pocket pistol for the discriminating buyer

Lovers of all things "Macintosh" will turn a head when they spot this new Heizer Defense offering -- The "Hedy Jane" DoubleTap pocket pistol, complete with its iPhone White Cerakote finish.

The double-barreled (i-) pistol was unveiled at the 2012 NRA Show in St. Louis and the company reports it's built on the "slimmest and lightest titanium or aluminum frame on the market" and it just might be. The gun is only .665-inches wide (1.68 cm) and weighs a scant 12 ounces (aluminum) or 14 ounces (titanium).

Much like the iPad, you can't plug a firewire into the hammerless pistol, but unlike any Apple offering, it'll shoot bullets! Got an app for that? The pistol is available in 9mm or .45 ACP and holds a round in each chamber while the integral grips will store two additional rounds allowing you to download for a reload.


Company literature reports the double-action trigger mechanism utilizes roller bearings for a smooth and crisp trigger pull.


The Handguns team will get to shoot Heizer's DoubleTap at our Editorial Roundtable in May... be on the look-out for a more in-depth review down the line.

There are a couple of different price points for this rig (and it has nothing to do with how much memory you want)

Aluminum Models




  • $499.00 non-ported
  • $569.00 ported

Titanium Models

  • $729.00 non-ported
  • $799.00 ported

FAST SPECS

Caliber: 9mm/.45 ACP

Weight: 14 ounces titanium/12 ounces aluminum

Width: .665 inches

Length: 5.5 inches

Height: 3.9 inches

Barrel: 3.0 inches stainless steel

Frame: Titanium or Aluminum

Finish: i-Phone White Cerakote

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