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BULLPUP - Best Pocket Carry

I purchased my Bullpup9 as a pocket carry weapon. I can't imagine a better choice. It is a pleasure to carry (I use the "Sticky holster") and shooting it at the range is really fun. The caveat to that is you must use good ammo, not the cheap stuff some try to sell. No misfires or jams. My only problem is that I must have bent the slide spring when reassembling the gun after shooting, but the customer service people at Bond Arms were fantastic to deal with and fixed me up with a new spring immediately. Absolutely great to deal with. And even with the bent spring, once assembled it fired flawlessly. I do get some odd stares when other shooters see it in action.

A Big Impact On My Life (The Right Kind)

I would like to thank Bond Arms for putting the infomercial on TV. I would not have known about this quality gun otherwise. This is my first handgun, and I'm 61. I feel like now I have a credible response if the wrong kind of knock at the door happens. It is not cheap but I can see the value will be achieved by the many years of having a tool that will work when I need it the most. Plus it turns out to be fun to hammer on a target too. A sheet metal target was dented by the BB's of the shotgun rounds but was torn up by the .45's. The "Brown Gun" has a dull, low reflective finish; very well camouflaged. Many people know what the term "hand cannon" means, but it's new to me and now I know what it means too!

Excellent 9mm Pistol And Perfect Carry Gun

This is a very nice, well made, very attractive gun. It is small, as expected. However, it also shoots extremely well.
Its recoil is well managed as the designers assert, particularly for a 9mm in that size. I feel the recoil is better than some 380s, and practically all small 9mm. The muzzle rise is modest, and putting it back on target is quick. The gun points well. The sights are good. The luminous dots are easy to acquire. The handle is large enough for most hands. (I use XL gloves).

Ranger II Is Unbelievable!

I had always wanted one of these derringers and had just never followed through with buying one until just about a month ago. I had handled and fired a couple of American Derringers in the past and like them so I ordered a Bond Ranger II in 45LC/.410 and a .357/.38 barrel as well. All I can say is wow, this thing is incredible. The build quality is like nothing I have ever seen on anything like this, the attention to detail and finishing of these are unbelievable. You can really see the people who build these pour their heart and soul into these little hand cannons. I own several S&W Performance Center revolvers which are top notch and this Ranger II is just as nice in the fit and finish department as they are. I have always carried a revolver for EDC and will continue to but these derringers will fill a daily backup role and be very useful in snake country around here when hunting. I also would like to mention that when I received my Ranger II the holster that came with it had a loose snap on it and a quick phone call had a new one in my mailbox in just a few days, so I would say they also have a great customer service department as well. Great Job Bond Arms, you have a customer for life!

A Work Of Art!

I Purchased a 9 mm Bullpup in January of this year. I am a collector of small handguns and have many brands. My new Bullpup is without a doubt a work of art and far ahead of the others, extremely accurate at 25 ft and never a misfire. Love the little rascal.

Awesome Gun In A Liberal State

You can hate this gun, because it’s too freaking awesome you’ll want to buy another. Concealability is off the charts. Wallet holster and this chunk of metal give you top notch security. It’s like a mini break open shotgun. Recoil is negligible even with 357mag or .410 slugs. Buy it, you won’t regret it until you start looking at getting another one.

There’s Just Something That I Like About This Gun

My parents purchased a farm in central Pennsylvania in 1966 as a weekend and working vacation get-away. Ten years later (when I was 12) we moved there from a sizeable Borough; Philadelphia suburb. There were always guns on the property, mostly rifles and shot guns, plus a few handguns. When my brothers and I were young, we were all taught to shoot; they hunted deer and small game. I didn’t have any interest in that, but enjoyed target shooting. My Dad was a great shot and taught us the fundamentals and necessary respect for firearms, thus never needing to lock them away.

My first firearm purchase (in the early 1990’s), was a Bersa Semi-Auto .380 pistol. At that time, I applied for my first ever Conceal Carry License. My husband already having had his for years encouraged me and brought an application home from the Sheriff’s Office situated within our local County Courthouse.

Since then I have acquired a few others, including two Bond Arms Double Barrel Handguns (Snake Slayer & Girl Mini). As well as extra barrels (2.5” & 3”) in various calibers (some of them were included with the guns), holsters and extended grips. The standard grip on the mini is just too small for my liking, so I replaced it with an extended grip. The patented rebounding hammer, retracting firing pins and the spring-loaded, cammed locking lever are such superior design elements. There’s just something that I like about double barrel handguns (I suppose it’s the portability). My other double barrel handguns are an American Derringer .357/.38 (Made in Texas) and a RT&M Thunder 45LC/.410 single shot. 

I cannot say enough about the superior customer service of Bond Arms. I have dealt with other companies and absolutely dread having to make those calls, because I just know I’m going to get the run-around or empty promises. Not so with Bond Arms, I was able to exchange an ill-fitting .22LR (it just didn’t have that tell-tale bank vault closure). I had previously replaced it with another. So I was allowed to exchange the ill-fitting one for a barrel of the same length, in a different caliber. My choice was a .40SW and it arrived in just a few days.

Coming from a strong automotive background (Dad, Brothers and Uncles) were exceptional mechanics, I have an appreciation for quality. I am a proud American and prefer to buy items manufactured in the USA when given the choice. Thank you for manufacturing such outstanding Texas-Made handguns. The quality, as well as the customer service is exceptional.

Feeling Patriotic With My Old Glory

I love this weapon...my beautiful wife thought I deserved the Bond Arms Old Glory chambered in 45 Colt and 410 with the additional barrel in .38/357 and gave it to me as a Christmas gift! I finally got an opportunity to run out to the range today and see how this gun was going to perform. I loaded it with Hornady Critical Defense 45 Colt 185 gr FTX and shot it from 7 yards at an FBI Q target. It was not what I expected, it was much better! The recoil was much less than I had anticipated and my shot was center mass. I had a huge grin and everyone who saw me shoot was impressed as well. I let my 5' tall 101 lb wife take a turn with the derringer and after she shot with great precision, was also surprised at how much less the recoil was in her small hands. I have replaced my high capacity 9mm and .40 cal pistols with the Bond Arms as my CCW. I also purchased the Old Glory leather driving holster and do like the way it sits on my left side for a nice cross-draw. I am planning on purchasing a couple more barrels in .40 cal and possibly a 22 long rifle? Thanks for a great gun!

WOW

Just unboxed my new Patriot! The craftsmanship and quality right out the box are fine! This is one of the nicest weapons I have ever had the pleasure of purchasing! I would recommend these guys to anyone. Now to start a collection of the interchangeable barrels.

Love On The First Round

I love my Bond Arms Old Glory! I am a Patriot clear through. We live in the greatest country on earth. My new "Bond" is a true piece of art. The first time I fired it was on a range and at seven yards the first shot out of my 45 long colt barrel went four inches to the left and two inches up. Shot number two went bullseye! I was amazed at how accurate such a small gun can be. Thanks for a really great buy!

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