Altor Corp Single Shot 9mm
As I’ve pondered writing this review, I’ve tried to come up with a few reasons why someone would want a gun like this. That’s because the limited utility of a single shot 9mm handgun makes it a tough sell.
It’s a very unique concept, and will most certainly appeal to those of us who like odd or unusual guns out there. It reminds me of the CIA deer gun, which itself was a spiritual successor to the famed Liberator pistol.
The Altor pistol only has six parts in total. It’s remarkably simple, and that kind of design intrigues me. As a single-shot pistol, it could be easily suppressed and would be quite quiet without a moving action. There is also a great argument for the weapon as a veterinarian tool for putting down large animals, and B&T makes a single shot 9mm pistol with a similar purpose.