From Cellular.co.za:

At first sight it looks like a regular cell phone same size, same shape, same overall appearance.

But beneath the digital face lies a .22-caliber pistol, a phone gun capable of firing four rounds in quick succession with a touch of the otherwise standard keypad.

“We find it very, very alarming,” says Wolfgang Dicke of the German Police union. “It means police will have to draw their weapons whenever a person being checked reaches for their mobile phone.”

The FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and the U.S. Customs Service say they’ve been briefed on the new weapons.

Check out a video of the gun in action here!



  1. Dan Collins says:

    It will be on Leno and Letterman tonite”I picked up the wrong Phone at the airport and blew my ear off”HaHa

  2. gquaglia says:

    Just so everyone knows, you can hide a gun in anything. I’ve seen pictures of guns disguised as a pack of cigarettes, a pager, pen, cell phone, belt buckle, you name it, it can be made into a gun. This is really not new.

  3. Ryan says:

    I worked for SkyWest Airlines 3 years ago. We as airline employees were first shown this video after 9/11. It’s nothing new.

  4. Carl Trimble says:

    I would probably end up blowing my hand off.

  5. Greg says:

    “It means police will have to draw their weapons whenever a person being checked reaches for their mobile phone.”

    Or at least mobile phones from the early ’90s.

  6. Me says:

    I want one, no two.

  7. stew says:

    where do you buy one at??

  8. Mr Fusion says:

    Can I get one in designer colors? Black is so yesterday.

    If these were well known right after 9/11, then why were cell phones allowed, cigarette packs, pagers and anything else that MIGHT be a customized gun allowed on airplanes. Instead of confiscating nail clippers from passengers, anything that might possible have been used as a weapon should have been stopped. Could it be that so many Republicans carry cell phones and pagers in case the White House calls to sell them an appointment.

  9. Yeah hey are running ads all over TV
    Phone and shoot a friend for Valentines day!

    Nextels new cellular pocket rocket.
    Is that a pistol in your pocket?

    Now if they can make a MOTO Razor one that would be cool!

    I’m sure Vice President Dick will have one.

  10. Mike Voice says:

    If these were well known right after 9/11, then why were cell phones allowed, cigarette packs, pagers and anything else that MIGHT be a customized gun allowed on airplanes.

    Because they wanted everyone to think it was safe to fly again, to keep the Airlines from all going backrupt.

    Anything that would fit in someone’s shoe could easily be placed in a camera or camcorder or laptop – and would be hard to spot amongst the batteries, hard-drives, wires, and circuitry.

    Most people would refuse to fly if they couldn’t bring anything which could hide a bomb.

  11. FARTaLOT says:

    And cell carrier supports this phone? Assuming it’s a working cell phone as well.

  12. Mr Fusion says:

    Most people would refuse to fly if they couldn’t bring anything which could hide a bomb.

    But that would be an admission that it wasn’t safe to fly then and it still isn’t safe to fly today.

    Fart, Good question. Do they function as a cell phone?

  13. Gregory says:

    No, it doesn’t. It even says that in the article, clearly.

  14. Dan dD says:

    I’m sure it will come in a rzr casing soon, for the fashion concious.


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