The "Hedy jane" Pocket Pistol by Heizer Defense Unveiled at 2012 NRA Show

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posted on April 20, 2012
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Heizer Defense LLC, a firearms company producing a new paradigm of pistols for the responsible-citizen and law enforcement markets, will unveil the "Hedy Jane" DoubleTap™ pocket pistol during the 2012 National Rifle Association Meetings and Exhibits show in St. Louis, Missouri.

The Hedy Jane DoubleTap™ is a tactical pocket pistol with 7 patents pending, built on the slimmest and lightest titanium or aluminum frame on the market today at only .665 inches wide and 14 ounces (titanium). The Hedy Jane is finished in "iPhone®" white Cerakote™ from the leaders in firearms finishes.   Available in  .45 ACP or 9MM, the Hedy Jane is a  no-snag, hammerless pistol  completely designed, engineered and manufactured to the highest degree of precision and tolerances in an aerospace facility using aerospace technology and equipment. The Hedy Jane DoubleTap™ carries two rounds in the chamber and the integral grips house two additional spare rounds on a loading device for tactical reloads. The interchangeable barrels feature a patent-pending progressive barrel porting option that cuts muzzle rise and recoil.  The ambidextrous thumb latch releases the action to eject the spent rounds.

Unlike any firearm, the Hedy Jane DoubleTap™ features a truly revolutionary double-action trigger system that utilizes roller bearings for a glass-smooth action and crisp trigger pull. The Hedy Jane DoubleTap™ is available in an all-white model with stainless accents. The MSRP for the new Hedy Jane DoubleTap™ is $499.00 non-ported and $569.00 ported for the aluminum model and $729.00 non-ported, $799.00 ported in the titanium model.

For more information visit www.heizerdefense.com  and visit Heizer on Facebook or Twitter.

Hedy Jane DoubleTap™ Specifications:
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:              white Cerakote™
MSRP:              $729.00 non-ported Titanium
                        $799.00 ported Titanium
                        $499.00 non-ported Aluminum
                        $569.00 ported Aluminum

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