When I first saw the Double Tap I couldn’t help thinking, “one gets ten.” As I looked at the double tap more and more, it quickly distanced itself from the FP-45 Liberator. There are certainly similarities, size, caliber, and extra rounds stored in the grip, but the workmanship puts the Double Tap in a whole new league. Despite the fact that the Ray Kohout comes from a gun background, the design of the Double Tap would lead you to believe otherwise. Roller bearings and CNC from head to toe are more indicative of the aerospace industry than a firearms design. No fetzer valve, but with Heizer Defense it’s all ball bearings these days.
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