TODAY’S PATENT – TWO SHOT PISTOL
The TWO SHOT PISTOL was invented by Raymond B. Kohout (Lake Ozark, MO) on the 30th of July 2013, bearing patent number US8495831B1.
The present invention relates to a very small, lightweight pistol which is able to shoot two bullets without reloading. In particular, the present invention relates to a pistol which is generally intended for use as a “back-up” or concealed carry weapon which is small and light weight, but which is designed and constructed so as to provide a two shot capability, with successive shots made by successive trigger pulls.
This invention is a pistol which is small, lightweight, and easily concealed. The present invention includes a single trigger which is used in a double action mode, whereby successive pulls of the trigger will result in the discharge of the two cartridges contained in the double barrel over/under configuration used in the receiver of the preferred embodiment of the invention. In many respects the present invention is similar to an over/under double barrel shotgun in that its receiver preferably has an over/under, or superposed, configuration.