Stinger RS

  • Stinger RS

Stinger RS

(1 review)

Model #: BASRS
MSRP: $279.00
Caliber 9mm, .38 Special
Barrel Length 3"
Grip Material Rubber, Thin Nylon
Grip Size Standard
Sights Front blade, fixed rear
Length 5"
Height 4"
Weight 16-18 ounces
Ammo Capacity 2
Action Single Action
Trigger Pull Weight 7lb.
Trigger Guard Yes
Frame Material Stainless Steel
Frame Type Stinger RS

The All-New Stinger RS is here! The Stinger RS has the same quality as Bond Arms' regular Double Barrel Handguns but, like the original Stinger, has a slimmer profile and weighs only 16 oz. The Stinger RS is made of stainless steel which allows us to cut the cost over its' aluminum cousin.  Currently the RS is chambered in 9mm, .380ACP, and .38 Special and it includes a set of thin nylon and a set of comfortable rubber grips for concealment and range shooting, respectively.  roughcode


  • Stainless steel 3" Rough series style barrel
  • Stainless Steel frame with Rough series finish
  • Total weight 16oz
  • Rebounding hammer
  • Retracting firing pins
  • Cross-bolt safety
  • Comes with standard rubber grips and a slimmer set of nylon grips
  • Caliber options are 9MM, .380ACP, or .38 Special
*Not compatible with hand cannon or original Stinger barrels.  stingercode

*Accessory barrels not available at this time*

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by Terry
on 3/19/2023
from Green Bay
Stinger RS review
This is a great little gun for the money. Now chambered in .38 Special, it not only has suitable energy,  but it is the perfect backup for many snub nose revolvers because of the need to carry only one caliber of ammunition. It's design is much slimmer (for concealment) than most other derringers on the market, and it has a trigger guard, which many do not. The rough surface allows it to be much less expensive and that is fine for a gun that is going to get knocked around anyway. I would highly recommend the Stinger RS.                                                                                       My only complaint or suggestion for improvement would be to make the safety slide in the opposite direction. It slides to the right to fire. Most firearms that have a slide safety move to the left to fire unless it is  a left handed gun. That makes this one a little confusing and dangerous if you are not completely familiar with it, especially in an emergency situation.
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