Bond Arms Ranger

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  1. twoclones

    twoclones
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    After years of admiring them, it's time for me to own a nice derringer. I'd really like to buy a Bond Arms Ranger but am a little concerned about it's lack of a trigger guard.

    Comments, advice or opinions from anyone carrying a Bond Arms Derringer?
     
  2. SWCR

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    You could always get the Bond Texas Defender. It comes with a trigger guard but it's made to remove easily.

    Eugene
     
  3. twoclones

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    I finally bought the Bond Arms Snake Slayer IV from ABG - Corvallis Guns and am anxiously awaiting delivery to my FFL. The BAD / Bond Arms Driving holster is also ordered and ammo is on my shelf. By Tuesday I should have it in hand...

    BTW I did learn that the Bond Arms Ranger II does have a trigger guard.
     
  4. jmh119

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    That looks rather cool. I will have to give them some thought as I have been thinking about getting a "pocket pistol" for myself.
     
  5. twoclones

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    You'd do well to look at one in person 'cause these require a rather large pocket ;)
     
  6. w_houle

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    I know that some have written them off as bad, but Cobra Arms has improved since they've started wearing the Cimmaron name
    http://www.cobrapistols.net/product-titan.asp
    This has, according to the webpsage, a removable trigger guard .
    It's in .45 Colt/.410
     
  7. clearconscience

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    Don't get me wrong that's a great looking gun, However, I would have a hard time paying that kind of scratch for a gun that only holds 2 rounds.

    Then again maybe I'm just a bad shot.
     
  8. twoclones

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    Sounds better if you think of it as a pocket double barrel shotgun ;)
     
  9. nitetime

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    I'm a bad shot too but it seems to improve with a shotgun.. Even if it is "only" a 410..
    Besides that just looking down the wrong end of the bore of that puppy makes bad guys get real jittery.. Like maybe they have something real urgent they want to do on the other side of town..
     
  10. twoclones

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