Firearm enthusiasts all know that the price of firearms can fluctuate wildly depending on the make, model, and condition of the weapon in question. And just like with any product, the general assumption is that you get what you pay for — cheap firearms aren’t typically the most reliable weapons in the world.
What you’re about to see is a minuscule weapon that almost looks fake at first glance. In fact, it can easily be mistaken for a hot glue gun. But despite the fact that the Altor Single Shot Pistol retails for around $100, it isn’t completely worthless.
As you can tell from the name, the small weapon fires a single 9mm round at a time. To load the pistol, users have to unscrew the barrel and load the round manually by sliding the end of the bullet into the receiver.
You might be thinking that there isn’t much of a practical use for this when you can invest in something more substantial. But, consider this: handguns can cost anywhere between $250 and $2,500, typically. Rifles are usually more expensive, costing between $500 and $10,000 on average. For just around $100, you can purchase a fairly effective stealth weapon. And who says you can’t splurge and buy up a handful of them? There’s a home defense strategy in there…somewhere.
Obviously, you shouldn’t drop a dime on any weapon without seeing it in action first. So, here’s Matt from Demolition Ranch with a full review.