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The Tactical Toddler Tryouts


I am the proud owner of both the Snake Slayer IV and the Texas Defender firearms. All together I have 6 different caliber and length barrels, and plan to get more. With the need to carry these Bond Arms barrels to the range without them knocking into each other and getting all scratched up in my gun bag, I decided on this. I'm not sure if I saw this idea somewhere, but I'd like to think it's my idea. Please humor me.

Walmart infants department to the rescue! I bought 4 pair of white toddler socks, sizes 6 to 18 months. Just slip the barrel in and fold the open sock end over itself, see picture(s). It was necessary to mark each one to avoid confusion when swapping the barrels.

Less than 4 slightly dog-eared American dollars...this should do the trick, ya think?


Just Fired My Snake Slayer IV with the 4.25" 45/410 barrel and the 3.0" 45/410 barrel I just received (with coupon for half price, good deal). A well made and stable weapon for self-protection and EXTREMELY FUN TO SHOOT!!! Definitely one of my best firearm buy.

Dependability When You Need It

I have a old testimonial on the Bond Arms website, but thought I’d send this along for your Facebook page. I’ve been carrying my Bond Arms for over a year, I have a selection of handguns to choose from, the Bond is the firearm I choose, it just fits my needs and it can be tailored for your day to day activities. It’s a very practical firearm for rural living. I take protecting my wife and daughters very seriously, living in the woods there are lots of surprises, fox, coywolves, yotes, fishers, bobcats, black bear, raccoons, possums etc. most of those leave us alone, but there are sick ones every now and then and it pays to be prepared. Unfortunately more recently junkies are targeting secluded homes, which makes me a prime target. The versatility and power that the Bond Arms offers is unmatched in this size and class, sure the detractors say only 2 shots, well 2 shots of 250 grain 45 Colt, 125/158 grain 357 mag, or Federal 000 Buck trumps a full magazine of 380acp, and I’ve never had anything stick around after 2 shots, with any firearm practice is important, and out of my selection of handguns the Bonds two big bores are the most intimidating to look at face to face. From varmint to larger predators, or two legged varmint predators, the Bond has you covered, the versatility cannot be beat, and it conceals easier than a revolver.

Thanks Bond Arms! Pete

PS: Everyone that I’ve conversed with at Bond has top notch, Kelly, Joe, Liz, I’m usually bad with names but I remember all of them, great employees and an asset to Bond Arms.

From Mini to Max

I bought myself a new Bond Mini 45 for my birthday. Took advantage of the May sale on barrels and bought a new grip (I’m 6’3 215). I purchased the 4.25″ inch barrel (.45/410) and bought the Extended Blach Ash w/2 Tone Star Grip. I changed everything before I ever shot it the first time. I was shocked at how easy it was to do. When I finished, I took the gun to our backyard and fired it at my target. Once with a double .45 Colt load and a second time with a double .410 load. I have NEVER in all my 60 years of existence experienced such an adrenaline rush before/during and after firing any weapon. You have made the most amazing and most powerful conceal weapon on the planet. It’s beautiful and intricate. I have a carry permit but my current carry weapon, an M11 45, is now going back in my truck and my Bond "Mini-Max" is going in my pocket!

Hooked on Bond Arms

I currently have five Bond Arms derringers. One in each barrel length and one for carry. I love these guns and would recommend them to anyone. They are not as difficult to shoot as one might think and they conceal very easily. Get one, you will not be sorry.

Peace Of Mind

With the present state of affairs in America, my husband urged me to get a gun for personal protection. I admit that I was looking elsewhere than Bond Arms. Mark advised me that most encounters are “up close and personal,” and who better to listen to than an Airborne Ranger combat veteran. He told me to take a look at your derringers. I looked. I was put off at first, only two shots and too small. I then read the testimonials, watched YouTube videos and the factory tour, and I was impressed. Quality and superior craftsmanship from design to finished product. I liked less recoil and greater accuracy that the Ranger II offered, but settled on the USA Defender for better concealment, the BAD driving holster and limited production of only 5,000 units. Finding one still available was an effort. I found one on line but had to wait till the end of the month to buy it. When I was ready it was gone. I searched everywhere and finally found ONE on auction. It was already becoming a collectible. I placed a bid and won it! Of course I had to have the matching Buck knife, which again is well made and beautiful. I then wrote the Bond Arms sales dept. to make sure I got in on the 50% off barrel opportunity; I was surprised when I was emailed by a Bond family member and told to call him directly to order my extra barrel and he would take care of me. I call that excellent customer service. I love the fact that Bond Arms is family run, a business that helps keep America strong. I plan to have a lot of fun with the .327 Fed Mag barrel, but I keep my gun at the ready with my .410 Flechettes. I’m reminded of my husband’s old army jargon: “This is my weapon, this is my gun! This one’s for killing and this one’s for fun!” Thanks, Bond for the peace of mind! - Barbara

Bad A$$

I have had my eye on Bond Arms and their “little guns” for a long time. I recently purchased a Ranger2. I immediately needed to get to the range and check out my new purchase. My Ranger2 came with the 410/45 barrel so I loaded up on some 410 shells in both bird shot and some defensive rounds ammo. I figured the 410 would have the heftiest “kick” over the 45. I wanted to see the very worse kick the little gun had! I’m not a sadist but I wanted to be prepared and know what the worst kick would feel like … if the time would come to have to draw the little gun for protection I didn’t want there to be any hesitation or anticipation over how hard it would kick in my hand.

So, I get to the range with 3 boxes of shells. To be honest I was a little bit concerned that I would squeeze the trigger and the Ranger would go flying out of my hand OR hurt so bad that it would be delegated to spend its life in the back corner of my safe … I only purchase firearms, I don’t sell them! To my surprise it is VERY manageable recoil!!!!! I am sure I pulled the first few loads expecting a nasty recoil which was never there. What an awesome “little” gun. I am/was so happy with my newest addition that I ordered two new barrels as soon as I got home. The hardest decision I had was deciding on which barrels to order. I ended up sending for the 357/38 in in the 4.25″ (match my holster that came with the gun) and the 22lr in 3″

I could go on and on about Bond Arms. I talked with at least a half dozen people at the range. I have talked to all my family members … I intend to send as many people as possible to be part of the Bond Family! I am so convinced on Bond’s products that I will be replacing my wife’s EDC with a Bond. I was so excited when I ordered my new barrels I forgot to order a T-shirt! The t-shirts biggest size is 2XL but I think I’d try and squeeze unto one UNLESS Bond would be good enough to order me a couple 3XL!!!

Thank you, Bond Arms, for manf such a sweet and USEFUL self-protection items. The fit and finish is top shelf and customer service actually answers the phone with a human without a million telephone prompts. The lady that answered the phone for me, I called twice with questions, had immediate answers. I can’t say enough about this American made firearm and American company. I wish Bond all the best and hope they are around for a very very long time!

Don C

PS: I’m now itching to get out and fire the .357 and .22lr

USA Defender- A Gun You Can Depend Upon

I am environmental geologist (that means I study and clean up polluted sites). My work takes me into nasty places like abandon factories, meth labs, distressed urban sites and mobile home parks. The threats range from gang members to charging pit bulls to lunatics. I have been at this kind of work for a very long time. I have been shot at and had armed stand-offs. I have traditionally carried a Colt M1991A 45 in a New York City rig. However, this was not enough. Firing 45 rounds at a charging pit bull is not likely to have a good outcome. Rounds bouncing off the street are likely to hit someone, and the dog is likely to not get hit at all. My 45 is also a large gun to conceal.

I bought a USA Defender and it fills the gap well. In very bad situations, I carry both – the USA Defender with buck shot for pit bulls – and my Colt 45 for the pit bull's owner who likely will come charging in after I drop his dog. More often than not, I carry my USA Defender by its self in a shoulder holster.

Most of all, I like the size and power of the USA Defender. The use of buckshot increases the likelihood of hitting your assailant but not harming others due to the limited range. Its good for both humans and animals. Its size makes it easy to conceal. The sound is more than intimidating.

I call it my “Noisy Cricket”.

A real key advantage of the gun is that it appears to be a weapon of minimal force. So, if you are ever in front of a judge having to defend your use of lethal force, the prosecutor is gonna have a hard time painting you as a bad guy with a 2-shot derringer. It's not what Gang-Bangers carry. Hood Rats also don’t like the double barrel – it's not what they are used to and it unnerves them.

The size is perfect – as its not tiny but its big enough that you can get a good grip on it – and it will be noticed when you draw. I had to go into a particularly nasty trailer park recently in Craig Colorado. As I pulled up, a large male pit bull crossed in front of my car, with balls the sizes of oranges. He stopped, turned and looked at me. It was a territorial glare. I slipped on my holster with my Bond Arms USA Defender loaded with buck shot. I wore that gun on my right hip in the open with the retaining strap off – and the safety off. Turns out, there were a number of pit bulls in the park. Although I didnt have to shoot any, I am sure having my USA Defender at the ready, made me so confident, that the dogs chose not to push it. It was also big enough that the locals noticed it. If a cop would have rolled up on me, it's likely he would not have gone ballistic seeing that I was packing only a Derringer.

I have also found that the TSA is less concerned about Bond Arms guns when they come thru in the luggage. I get far fewer questions etc when I am traveling with my Bond Arms gun than any other type of sidearm

As a geologist who spends a lot of time in rough conditions, I appreciate its durability and tolerance for dirt. Also, single action makes it safer to carry and – being an SA guy…I just love cocking the hammer. I have to confess that I have also fanned it. Not a good idea, but you can do it.

This is an excellent weapon – I depend upon my USA Defender with great confidence. It's a very fine weapon.


It was a long wait, but worth every milisecond once my Ranger II arrived. My wife thought I lost it because I was giggling like a little school girl. I won’t get a chance to try it out until I get to the range this weekend though. When I first saw your line of derringers, they reminded me old westerns, I used to watch and knew I had to get one. This pistol is more than what I’d hoped for as far as construction goes. When you use the word “TANK”, it is obvious right away. This feels so solid and is so flawless with it’s actions, I am truly impressed. Thank you for taking the pride you do in manufacturing one of the best built anything, I’ve ever purchased.

If I Could Only Have One Gun, This Is It

I’ve been wanting a Bond Derringer for years now and decided it was time to order one, Ordered it through my local dealer, it took four months to come due to some lack of communication between my dealer and his distributor, but no big deal. I am very happy to have it and love the quality and workmanship that goes into making such a fine gun, also like the fact that an array of different barrels and grips are available for whatever model one happens to purchase, I personally got the Texas Defender in 45 Coly “ONLY”, and quickly after that bought a set of Texas Star Grips and the BAD Holster in black, overall a really nice combination. Excellent Customer Service is alive and well at Bond as well, had several occasions the communicate with Kelly and Gordon himself, they bend over backwards to make their customers happy. Great job guys, I will be back for more soon.

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