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Bond Arms Inc. is an American firearms manufacturer located in Granbury, Texas which makes derringers.
Another impulse buy. Bought it new, and never got around to shooting it.
Bond Arms .45 acp derringer. Rubber grips, box included. One of the less expensive matte finish stainless steel guns. Caliber change barrels are pretty affordable if you want to set it up for multiple calibers, nice and...
Texas Arms (before it became Bond Arms) Defender with both .45 Long Colt/.410 barrels and out-of-production .44 Magnum barrels. Both sets of barrels are 2.5". Bought new in 1995. Original owner. Currently set up with the .44 Mag barrels in what I like to call The Bruiser. This thing...
If you own a Bond Arms Bullpup in Washington State I'd like to talk to you. I make a wallet holster for the Boberg XR9S and need to see if it will fit the Bullpup too, and I don't want to buy a Bullpup just for that purpose. I can come to you, and if the original for the retainer needs...
I could not pass on this one from Bond Arms when Davidson's offered a deal for the 3.5" Old Glory in .45 Colt/ 3" .410 shells. It has a very comfortable heft in one's hand (22 ounces) and unlike some other brands that make derringers this has beautiful and tight tolerances. Of course...
From time to time I have considered setting up a derringer of some kind for the specific purpose of dispatching vermin and snakes. We have a .38 snub that can be loaded with shot cartridges, but it is usually load with slugs when I holster carry it. There is also a .410-bore SxS that I...