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PUBLISHED: Thursday, April 5, 2018 -

Video Exclusive! Jeff Quinn tests the Bond Arms “Old Glory” 45 Colt / 410 Shotshell pistol finished in Black/Stainless Cerakote, available EXCLUSIVELY from Davidson’s Gallery of Guns. Click Here to Get Yours from Gallery Of Guns

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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, April 17, 2017 -

Granbury Texas is not one of the huge Meccas of the Lone Star state. However, one very notable business has made its home there—the now famous Bond Arms. A few years ago, I toured the factory and left so impressed that I ordered two different guns plus an extra .357 barrel. That barrel collection has […]

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PUBLISHED: Monday, October 17, 2016 -

When you think of guns from the “Wild West”, a Derringer is always on the list. For such a simple gun, it has a huge presence. I was excited to see the changes from the antique Derringer “pocket pistol” (which I inherited from my papa) to the modern Bond Arms Derringer guns. I’m reviewing their Texas Defender […]

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PUBLISHED: Thursday, September 22, 2016 -

BETWEEN 1852 AND 1868, A PINT-SIZE percussion pistol, the Philadelphia Deringer, was produced by gunsmith Henry Deringer. Because Deringer failed to patent his design, copies flooded the market, including coun­terfeits bearing his proofmark. Those copies were called derringers; the additional “r” was a misspelling. Today the derringer is often associated with gunslingers of the Old […]

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PUBLISHED: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 -

Renaissance Firearms reviews the Bond Arms Ranger II using .45LC rounds.

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PUBLISHED: Thursday, July 7, 2016 -

I met Gordon Bond for the first time this year, and I walked away from our meeting completely convinced of his passion for the guns that bear his name. He wanted to know if I had ever had a chance to put one through its paces. I had to confess that, although I had handled […]

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PUBLISHED: Saturday, August 30, 2014 -

Bond Arms .410 Ranger II Review Granbury Texas is not one of the huge mecas of the Lone Star state, however one very notable business has made its home there; the now famous Bond Arms. Last year, I toured the factory and left so impressed that I ordered two different guns plus an extra barrel. […]

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