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Constitution Arms, Creator of the Palm Pistol - A Handgun for Disabled
Matt Carmel - Inventor of the very first Firearm for Disabled
Matthew Carmel is an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and has a formal background in regulatory compliance, industrial hygiene, safety, environmental laboratory and expert witness testimony.
also holds a United States Coast Guard
(USCG) Master 50 Ton captain's license with sail endorsement.
This professional experience has helped guide him in developing a superior self-defensive firearm that exceeds current industry safety performance standards.
Mr. Carmel is also a strong Second Amendment advocate who has appeared on national TV and been the subject of several stories related to his activism.
He is also the inventor of the world's first production handgun for the disabled.
Matt Carmel, owner of ...
Matt Carmel, owner of Constitution Arms in Maplewood, called the decision "arbitrary, capricious and unfair."
On learning of the situation in Maplewood, the president of the nation's leading firearms trade association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation
, wrote a letter to the Star-Ledger supporting Carmel
and the shooting sports.
Matthew Carmel is an NRA ...
Matthew Carmel is an NRA Certified Instructor in Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun disciplines.
He is also a Certified Range Safety Officer and is NRA marksmanship qualified as Distinguished Expert in 9 mm pistol.
He holds concealed carry permits in the states of FL, UT, CT, ME, VA and NH.
Mr. Carmel has completed coursework in self-defense protection in the home.
He is a member of the NRA, Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs, Gun Owners of America, the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the New Jersey Association of Firearm Dealers.
Medicare to pay for FDA approved handgun for the handicapped?
The single-shot gun, dubbed the Palm Pistol, is "an adaptive tool that allows someone otherwise incapable of handling a revolver or semiautomatic weapon to operate one," said Matthew Carmel of Constitution Arms, the New Jersey-based company developing the gun.
"It's something that they need to ...
"It's something that they need to assist them in daily living," declared Matthew Carmel, president of Constitution Arms, which hopes the government will reimburse seniors who buy the $300 firearm.