Standing beside photographs of a new product, U.S. Sen Charles Schumer, (D-New York), shown holding an iPhone 5S, voices his opposition to a handgun that appears to be a cell phone during a news conference in his office, Monday, April 4, 2016, in New York. According to the website of Ideal Conceal, the company has developed a double-barreled, .380 caliber handgun that can serve as a concealed weapon. The gun lists for $395.
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Sen. Charles Schumer objects to a smartphone weapon. It's not an app for an iPhone — it's an actual pistol that folds up to resemble an iPhone.