A Minnesota man has designed a gun that looks like a cellphone.
"A little child, a boy about 7, saw me and said, 'Mommy, mommy, that guy's got a gun.' The whole restaurant of course turns and stares at you and I thought, 'There's just got to be something better to do than this,'" said Kjellberg.
The gun holds two .38-caliber bullets. One press of the safety releases the handle, and then the gun is ready to fire.
But Kjellberg says it has enough metal in it to set off a metal detector, and he is working with Homeland Security to provide X-rays of the gun so it can be easily picked out in airport screenings.
It's expected to be available for sale sometime in 2016 for $395.
This video includes a clip from Fox Business.