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PUBLISHED: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 -

The Bond ArmslPup9 design is based on the previously available Boberg Arms XR9-S.  Shipments of Boberg XR9-S pistols started in the third quarter of 2011 and continued through 2016 when Bond Arms acquired Boberg Arms, including their handgun designs and patents.  After a short transitionary period, an improved XR9-S based handgun is available again.  It’s […]

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PUBLISHED: Wednesday, December 27, 2017 -

On the not-so-fun days, I sort of pine for the good old times of blued steel and walnut. Then there are the days when I see new and interesting stuff. The day I first shot Bond Arms’ new Bullpup9 was one of those better days. Okay, we all carry all the time, right? Actually, no. […]

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PUBLISHED: Thursday, September 7, 2017 -

If you’ve been round the firearms business for a couple of decades you may remember the curious XR9-S pistol made by a company called Boberg Arms. The Boberg pistol was an attempt to make a small, compact 9mm pistol of bullpup design. Bullpups, as more often seen in rifles, move the chamber and magazine to […]

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PUBLISHED: Monday, January 25, 2016 -

Gordon Shows the new updates to the Bond Derringers and their new Semi-automatic pistol the Bond Arms Bullpup at the 2016 SHOT show. Your browser does not support iframes./ Gordon talks about the Backup .45 and Backup 9mm, Mama Bear, The California Line of Bond Arms Firearms, The new Patriot (replaces the USA Defender), The […]

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What happens when your handgun goes "...bang...sort of?"  When something didn't quite sound, or feel, right? If you hear a lighter-than-normal "bang," and/or feel lighter-than-normal recoil, it's possible that a "squib load" may have entered your ammo supply.

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