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#6299364 - 05/15/16 04:02 PM BOND ARMS DERRINGER
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I sometimes carry a NAA 22Mag revolver when I can't carry anything else. I've seen a couple of the Bond Derringers and was wondering if anyone on THF carried one and how they liked it?
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#6299418 - 05/15/16 04:51 PM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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Registered: 06/29/11
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In an earlier post I reported about a 100# trigger pull on the .45-.410 one I shot.

Built ;like a tank though, very high quality
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#6299542 - 05/15/16 06:31 PM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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Really, 100lb trigger pull? Man I better start working out wit some weights.
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#6299623 - 05/15/16 07:38 PM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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One of our lease member's has one. Killed many a snake with it. Recoil isn't as bad as I was expecting, even though I refer to it as the "pocket rocket" smile
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#6299792 - 05/15/16 10:44 PM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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Why?? They weigh about 9 pounds, are expensive, and there's only two rounds. Buy an air weight smith, lcp, glock, vaquero, full size 1911, desert eagle.. there are way better choices out there for carry.
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#6299913 - 05/16/16 07:28 AM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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I carried one for several months. It was ok but its as big as most compact semi autos and only carries 2 rounds.
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#6300366 - 05/16/16 12:26 PM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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Bunch of bad info on this post.....100 lb trigger pull.. come on. 9 lbs....how about 1.3 lbs. Try firing shotshells with a glock or lc9. Great weapon and made in Texas.
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#6303324 - 05/18/16 09:14 PM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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Like I said in the beginning, I carry an NAA 22mag when I can't carry my Kahr 40 or my LCP. But I was interested in the 45 as you could load up some 410 Defensive ammo, plus I've got plenty of 45 and 357/38 ammo. Another plus would be the SD ammo that is made in 45/38+p. Thanks for the replies and keep them coming.
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#6307055 - 05/22/16 10:56 AM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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Derringers are fun but as a carry I prefer something with more than two rounds and default to my 380. As far as a snake gun while hunting, I find it to be vey practical.
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#6307058 - 05/22/16 10:58 AM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: billybob]
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Originally Posted By: billybob
Bunch of bad info on this post.....100 lb trigger pull.. come on. 9 lbs....how about 1.3 lbs. Try firing shotshells with a glock or lc9. Great weapon and made in Texas.


How did you end up with a 1.3 lbs pull on your derringer?
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#6307061 - 05/22/16 11:05 AM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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That was in reference to it weighing 9 lbs. I would guess it close to 20 lbs pull on the trigger
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#6315897 - 05/30/16 02:01 AM Re: BOND ARMS DERRINGER [Re: slow944]
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I've handled many bond arms and while they are a fine weapon, I don't really like the bulkiness of them compared to other derringer style pistols. For alot less $$ Cobra makes a great product that performs nothing short of a bond arms and a bit smaller. For defensive purposes, I've always considered them a backup to my main sidearm or just one to throw in my pocket on a hot summer day when I'm out and about. When it's the only one I have, the 2 shots are much better than a slap in the face.
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