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Love My Mew Gun

I am female, 5’3, 120lbs and had no problem shooting the Texas defender with 45 LC. The recoil was nothing I couldn’t handle and I must say I have fairly scrawny wrists and hands. It did pack a punch but there was no pain from the recoil. I did change out my grip to the rubber extended one which may have helped. I also followed the tips given by bond arms when shooting. Love my new gun. For all the boys complaining about the recoil. Omg really?? If I can do it you better be able to. - AJ

Sold My Glock 27 And Bought A Bond Arms Snake Slayer

I finally had the opportunity to see your products in person. I must say that it only took 5 seconds and I was hooked. I went home from the gun store, cleaned my Glock 27 with Crimson Trace laser, sold it and bought a Bond Arms Snake Slayer an hour later. I cannot express how pleased I am with the firearms you build at Bond Arms. My wife now wants to sell her Glock 26 and purchase a Texas Defender. You have certainly raised the bar and I will definitely tell everyone I know about your products. God Bless America!!! Thank you!!!

PS. Just got back from the range after taken my Snake Slayer out for our first real date!!! At 15 feet, only “1” pellet missed the mark and even that lone pellet was close. I was surprised at how tight the pattern was being such a short barrel. I am absolutely amazed and completely in love. No way I’ll ever give up this little lady!!! Thank you Gordon and thank you Bond Arms!!! Still smiling, Kevin Scott.

Bullpup 9m For Concealed Carry

This is a terrific firearm for concealed carry. The firearm is exceptionally well-made and machined. The light weight of the firearm, as well as the fact that you get an extra round compared to other small 9 mm firearms, is a real plus. In addition, with the barrel in the bullpup position, you get greater terminal velocity out of the small firearm. The recoil is also reduced greatly by the bullpup design and the rotating barrel is also a great help. The Walnut grips while little fat, fit my hand well and allow me to get a great purchase on the gun. They also mitigate recoil. All in all, this is a terrific firearm for concealed carry. I have had no issues with failure to feed or failure to eject with high quality ammunition. I recommend this firearm highly for concealed carry.


Great trigger pull. Very little recoil. Excellent shoot from the hip presentation. Looks wicked cool too! Love the rich color of the grips.

I Love My BullPup 9

Fired about 100 rounds so far, flawless. Absolutely no problems, found the rosewood grips a bit too slippery and put a Hogue rubber grip over it, and improved handling, hoping Bond comes up with some replacement grips eventually, and replacement parts also. I purchased an IWB holster, fits well and I will carry it.

Just Like They Said It Would Be

The Snake Slayer IV is exactly as good as Gordon Bond says it is. The quality of the materials and workmanship is top drawer. On my first outing I shot a few rounds of .410 2.5in target loads,3in .410 shotshells and .410 3in 000 buckshot. Then changed to a 4.25in 45acp barrel and shot 150 rounds of a mix of 200gr LSWC’s and Hornady 230gr XTP’s. All loads performed well at 7 and 10 yards. With the 45acp the lower barrel shot to point of aim and the upper barrel 3-4 inches higher,quite acceptable for a closer range defense pistol.Recoil of the 3in .410 max loads was the snapiest but tolerable.

Not As Yet!

Mr Bond, I have not yet fired my Snake Slayer IV. Maybe life will permit this soon. I did show it to my son, a 24+ yr special forces veteran on his way back on deployment and he loved it! I can’t wait to try it. The Craftsmanship is awesome. I have a carry permit but do not plan on carrying it very much. I bought it for snakes, it seems like it will be perfect. I’m not sure which is the right .410 shell to buy. I cannot find the CCI ammo here in Savannah. - Alan Y

Hand Cannon

Just simply love the derringer. Use it when I am bus hogging to exterminate big field rats or occasional cotton mouths. Mainly use Winchester 3″ 6 shot. I find this works well. The .45 long colts are also fun to shoot, and with a mix of .45 and 3″ buckshot you have a great self defense weapon. I have a .45 cap barrel ordered and can’t wait to try it out. Solid craftsmanship and a beautiful derringer thats a sure keeper.

Snake Slayer

I’ve owned my Snake Slayer for about a year or two now. I’m very happy with the quality and the way it shoots. The fact that I can switch barrels is a plus even though I prefer to keep the .410 barrel on it for personal protection. It’s small enough that I can keep it in my pocket with no problem. The only problem that I do have with it are the sights. The rear sight is to short or squatty and the front sight really needs an orange or green insert in it for contrast to allow for quick sight acquisition. One other thing that would be nice is if a small green laser were available for it.

Bond Guns – A Work of Art

Bond guns are a thing of beauty. They look great and sit nicely in the hand. Purchased a .22mag Cowboy and then added a 9mm barrel. The gun is fun to shoot using either barrel with surprisingly little kick on the 9mm. Accuracy aiming takes a bit of trial and error ... watch the YouTube video for useful tips. A great little carry concealed gun too!

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