The Trailblazer Pack9 is a pivoting and folding 9mm PCC from the same company that built the .22 “Lifecard” pistol. Unlike its sub-pocket-sized predecessor, the Pack9 is a rifle chambered in 9mm.
It still folds up pretty small though.
The new PCC utilizes what Trailblazer Firearms calls “The Pivot” to decrease the weapon’s size and increase portability.
Trailblazer described the Pack9 in their release:
Designed to maximize portability, the Pack9 is less than 21” long when folded. A collapsible stock gives the Pack9 a full length of pull when the rifle is unfolded with the stock fully extended. Weighing approximately 5 lbs., the Pack9 is 5.9” tall and as thin as many modern handguns, with a width of only 1.15”.
The aluminum upper features an integral MILSpec Picatinny rail that is optics ready. A second magazine stores securely in the glass-filled nylon stock. The 16” button-rifled, threaded steel barrel with a 1/10-inch twist comes standard.
Aaron Voigt, president founder of Trailblazer Firearms explains,
“In 2010, I came up with the crazy idea to fit a pistol in a candy tin, and that same innovative spirit that brought you the LifeCard now brings you the Pack9. We believe the years of work poured into the Pack9 have resulted in a 9mm rifle at the intersection of design, innovation, performance, and survival.”
Watch their virtual launch below.
Trailblazer Pack9 Pistol Caliber Carbine
The Pack9 is a folding, semi-automatic 9mm rifle designed to collapse in a unique way, maximizing portability when folded and function when unfolded.
• 20.9 in. long (folded)
• Full 16 in. threaded barrel +extendable stock
• Uses GLOCK compatible magazines
• Extra magazine storage in stock
• Built-in safety features
• Made in the USA
U.S. Patent No. US9021734B2
Pack9 Virtual Launch