I.O. Inc. Reintroduces the Hellcat

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posted on March 19, 2012
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I.O. Inc. has worked hard to bring customers a newly redesigned Hellcat with greater reliability and proven performance for whatever life brings. The new Hellcat packs a perfect combination of performance, reliability and concealability that makes it suitable for all day carry as a backup firearm for law enforcement or the perfect companion for personal protection to licensed carriers. The newly redesigned slides are stronger than ever for increased durability and a more solid feel. When some pocket pistols feel fragile and toy-like, the Hellcat has a heft that rivals the big boys while still being lightweight and comfortable.

The newly improved extractor design offers strong, consistent operation for when you need it most. You can count on the durability of our parts to function properly, giving you the most protection and peace of mind.

Finally, we have added high-visibility sights to help you focus faster and fire more accurately. In the heat of the moment when time is critical, we want to give you the advantage to react quickly and make it count.

The Hellcat is chambered in .380 Auto and has an overall length of 5.16," a width of 0.82" and a height of 3.6." It features a 2.75" steel alloy barrel with 6 grooves and 1:16" twist. Designed with both male and female shooters in mind, the Hellcat weighs only 9.4 ounces with an empty magazine. The magazine capacity is 6+1.

The Hellcat has an MSRP of $249.95 and comes with a 6 round stainless steel magazine and custom pocket pouch. It is available in 3 finishes to best suit your needs.

Learn more about I.O. Inc. and check out all the Hellcat options, along with the entire line of I.O. firearms, by visiting www.ioinc.us.

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