Developed in 1991 by South African gun designer Alex Du Plessis, the ADP is a thinking man's pistol, perfectly suited for all-day carry. With a height of only 4-inches, an overall length of 6.5-inches, and a one inch grip, the ADP easily rides in a pocket or purse. The ADP's operation is keyed around a gas-delayed blowback action with stationery barrel, a system that's similar to the design of the famous HK P7. The frame is made from impact-resistant polymer, with a removable steel insert that the hosts slide rails and barrel. This double-action-only pistol features dovetailed 3-dot night sights and a 2-position safety and includes two 10-round magazines and the original factory hard case. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in excellent condition.