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PUBLISHED: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 -

Bond Arms Backup Review – originally posted by Major Pandemic on MajorPandemic.com Many of Bond Arms’ law enforcement community were asking for a very compact backup Bond Arms Double barrel handgun in .45 ACP as a last ditch backup gun which packed enough punch to actually stop an attacker. The were also asking for something […]

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PUBLISHED: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 -

Designed in 1934, the .357 Magnum was the most powerful handgun cartridge in the world until the .44 Magnum arrived on the scene in 1955. Dirty Harry aside, the .44 Magnum has never been considered a true combat round. While the .44 Magnum eclipsed the .357 Magnum in terms of raw power, the .357 remains […]

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PUBLISHED: Friday, March 21, 2014 -

The derringer design possibly represents the ultimate backup gun, and few manufacturers have found as much success from modernizing the design as Bond Arms. Intrigued by Bond Arms’ two-shot, large-caliber designs like the new .45 ACP Backup model, author B. Gil Horman investigated how the time-tested design fits into the modern marketplace for the 2014 […]

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PUBLISHED: Friday, July 15, 2011 -

by B. Gil Horman Handguns chambered to fire .410 shotshells present a unique set of advantages and challenges for shooters. The ability to fire a mix of bullets, slugs, buckshot, birdshot, and specialty .410 loads makes these pistols exceptionally flexible in their applications. However, shot pellet size, barrel length, and barrel rifling all work to […]

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