I’m not sure what I missed here based on the so-called “re-introduction” of this pistol, but it is certainly one I never new even existed nor do I have knowledge of the company and/or brand itself. Perhaps it is simply a case of poor marketing. Regardless of the fact, this pistol appears to be a possible choice for those that want to carry a very small and light pistol but on a very tight budget. When looking at its design, I can’t help but notice just how similar it is to two known and popular pocket pistols on the market today. It appears to be a blend between the design of the Kel-Tec P-3AT and the quality of the Ruger LCP. It just looks too damn similar in comparison and this is the best way I can describe it. The Hellcat is also a very inexpensive .380 pocket pistol and its price tag is as low as what you can get a Kel-Tec P-3AT for. Upon further research, I found a few things that are a bit of a concern though. One of them happens to be the fact that they clearly mention the type of ammo that they recommend and even go as far as the exact brand and bullet weight used when testing reliability. I don’t know but personally, I find that itself a red flag. However, I will not be quick to judge here, as I have never heard nor shot one of these. With that said, does anyone own one of these? If so, what is your experience with it so far?