You don't need a holster to pack two barrels of power with the DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol ($500-$800). Available in aluminum or titanium, and with or without a ported design, this double-barreled firearm measures just 5.5" x 3.9" x 0.665", and features a spot for spare rounds in the grip, a hammerless, no snag design, and your choice of .45 or 9mm compatibility. [via]
And we thought dual wielding was cool. With the Arsenal Firearms Double Barrel Pistol ($TBA), you can fire two bullets with a single hand. Built in part to commemorate the Colt 1911-A1, this new pistol — given the model number AF2011-A1 — shoots two .45 caliber rounds at a time, accurately, and spaced incredibly close — at 15 yards, both rounds will fit into an orange — yet still manages to use a number of interchangeable internal parts, which can be swapped with standard 1911 replacement parts. Available in silver or black finishes.
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As a general rule, guitar shapes haven't changed much in the last 40 years — and that's not exactly a good thing. Sinuous Guitars ($1,750-$2,150) aims to change this by offering up organically sculpted guitars boasting poplar bodies, hard maple necks, dual Humbucker pickups, and a range of rock-worthy finishes. And if you had any question about the company's woodworking chops, know that the founder builds Herman Miller's Eames Classic line as his day job. Yeah.