DoubleTap Defense Introduces Training Grip for Tactical Pocket Pistol

By Dave Dolbee published on in News

DoubleTap Defense made news last year with the introduction of its revolutionary DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol. Adding to that success, DoubleTap has introduced a comfortable, slip-on grip Training Grip. The new Training Grip provides users with a more positive and comfortable range exercise experience while training with their DoubleTap pistol.

DoubleTap Tactical Pistol with black Tactical Grip

DoubleTap Defense also recognizes that every gun owner should train with his or her self-defense handgun prior to conceal carry. Therefore, to make the training with your DoubleTap more comfortable, a Training Grip has been created for the customers’ comfort.

The DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol was never developed to be a sporting handgun. The extremely lightweight, concealable pistol harnesses large caliber stopping power to end a deadly encounter. The DoubleTap is a last-ditch gun and lifesaver, not a plinker. DoubleTap Defense also recognizes that every gun owner should train with his or her self-defense handgun prior to conceal carry. Therefore, to make the training with your DoubleTap more comfortable, a Training Grip has been created for the customers’ comfort.

The new slip-on, oversized rubber grip, made from Santropene, features a padded backstrap, the same Frag pattern and a two-finger groove on the front side. The non-slip surface allows for greater control and safety, even in wet environments. The padding absorbs shock and reduces muscle fatigue.

The Training Grip is not ideal for conceal carry in a pocket as the rubber may not release easily from a pant pocket in times of emergency. The Training Grip has an MSRP of $25.00 and will be available by early in 2014.

Small, lightweight and hits hard—what’s not to like about the DoubleTap Tactical Pistol? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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  • Chris

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    So we should train differently than we are expected to fight? Keep in mind there will be no rubber grip helping you hold on to your .45 ACP mouse gun when the balloon goes up…

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