[SHOT 2020] New Derringers From Bond Arms

    (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Texas-based Bond Arms have a new affordable range of derringers – the Rough Series which includes three new pistols. They also have a new exclusive Dead Man’s Hand themed pistol shipping only through Davidson’s and a new slim 9x19mm pistol – the Stinger.

    The new Rough Series (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Rough Neck

    The Rough Neck (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Caliber .357Mag/.38Spl, .45ACP, 9mm
    Barrel Length 2.5″
    Grip Material Rubber
    Grip Size Standard
    Sights Front blade, fixed rear
    Length 4.5″
    Weight 19 ounces

    MSRP for the Rough Neck is $269

    Rowdy

    The Rowdy (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Caliber .45LC/.410
    Barrel Length 3″
    Grip Material Rubber
    Grip Size Standard
    Sights Front blade, fixed rear
    Length 5″
    Weight 20 ounces

    MSRP for the Rowdy is $299

    Grizzly

    The Grizzly in its holster (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Caliber .45LC/.410
    Barrel Length 3″
    Grip Material Rosewood
    Grip Size Standard
    Sights Front blade, fixed rear
    Length 5″
    Weight 20 ounces

    The Grizzly also comes with a leather holster. MSRP $377.

    Dead Man’s Hand

    Dead Man’s Hand (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    The Dead Man’s Hand is unique to Davidson’s and their distributors.

    Caliber: 45LC & 410 Gauge
    Finish: Cerakote Distressed Black
    Grip Material Laminate Grip with Club & Spade
    Barrel Length: 3.5
    Overall Length: 5.5
    Weight: 22 oz

    Dead Man’s Hand (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    The Dead Man’s Hand comes with a special edition deck of themed cards and has an MSRP of  $722

    The Stinger

    The new Stinger (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Coming soon is the 9x19mm Stinger, an ultra slim derringer with a width of 0.55 inches, rubber grips and a rough and tumble finish. Bond are looking to bring the Stinger to market by summer 2020, with an MSRP of $349.

    The Stinger with its action open (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    The Stinger (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    The Stinger (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Matthew Moss

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    TFB – Assistant Editor
    OvertDefense.com – Editor

    Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written for a variety of publications in both the US and UK, he also runs www.historicalfirearms.info, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of www.armourersbench.com, a video series on historically significant small arms.
    Here on TFB he covers current military small arms news.

    Reach Matt at: [email protected]


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