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Psychological Response versus Hitting a target

Rated 5 out of 5
January 3, 2021

Most all negative reviews of the Life Card center around the ability of the weapon to hit the target and the lack of firepower and neglect the actual impact of this device i.e. the psychological effect known as Generalized Stimulus response . After the first surprise “shot” from the Life Card the predator will not take the time to analyze in detail the size of the weapon, nor the magazine capacity. The Life Card changes the predator-prey relationship in a second. The fact that there are small handguns with a eight round capacity only increases the assumption of the predator that the “prey” might have such a weapon.

Donald Moeller MD

Coolest firearm I own. Easy to carry as a SHTF backup that is definitely better than a sharp stick!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 21, 2020

This is my second one I’ve purchased. Glad to finally have purchased the 22 WMR version. If I’m gonna throw a rock at a giant, I want it to be the biggest rock possible. Such a neat well designed well built firearm!!!!

Travis Matthews

Uh, Yes!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 12, 2020

The Lifecard 22 WMR has been the most satisfying impulse buy I have ever made. Usually my wife’s response to these types of purchases are dismissive. But, this has been the only impulse buy that she later asked why it was special. To my delight I unfolded it and showed her the basic idea. While not overwhelmed with joy, I thought she mildly approved. Seriously, this thing is simply awesome. A great add to my collection, and unique. Showing it around commands mouth open inspections dripping in awe. It easily adds to my EDC and will definately travel well, where my other guns won’t. It by far is the best gun I never knew I needed. Cheers.

David F

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