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Bond Arms BATD9MM Texas Defender 2RD 9mm 3"

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Model: BATD9MM
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 54815
 
UPC: 855959001109
 
MFG: Bond Arms

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The trigger guard aids in the control of the pistol when shooting the larger calibers. All Bond derringers are true pocket pistols that will shoot large caliber ammunition. The Texas Defender will accept all the extra interchangeable barrels.

  • Interchangeable Barrels
  • Automatic Extractor
  • Rebounding Hammer
  • Retracting Firing Pins
  • Crossbolt Safety
  • Spring-Loaded Cammed Locking Lever (for a tighter barrel/frame fit and Rapid loading and unloading)
  • Trigger Guard
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Flat Dark Earth
Type Not Listed
Action Double Action
Caliber 40 S&W/22 Cal
Barrel Length 2.25"
Capacity 3 + 1
Safety Firing Pin Block Only
Grips POW/MIA grip
Sights Novak
Weight 20 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Carbon Fiber
Type Pistol Frame
Action Not Valid
Caliber 450 Marlin
Barrel Length 4.17"
Capacity 28
Safety No Manual Safety
Grips Gold Sparkles
Sights XS Sight System
Weight 20 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless
Type Derringer
Action Break Open
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3"
Capacity 2
Safety Crossbolt
Grips Wood
Sights Fixed
Weight 20 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Gray
Type Not Listed
Action Not Listed
Caliber 223 Remington/5.56 NATO
Barrel Length 5.01"
Capacity 15 + 1
Safety Firing Pin, Grip safety
Grips G-10 (Composite)
Sights Buckhorn
Weight 20 oz

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Reviewed By: Benjamin B on 04/27/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Well, I have been to the range a few times with this gun, and I would suggest a Bond Arms holster and some new grips, if you aren't too worried about pocket carry. It shoots well, and although the barrels shoot to a different POA, I can manage about a 6" 25 yard group. It's not a gun for everyone (my wife hates it) but it's a solid piece that I will hold on to. Beware the accessories. You could turn this gun into a $2500 gun with little effort.

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Reviewed By: Benjamin B on 01/13/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This is a neat little gun. The picture is wrong on the website, but I did a little research first to ensure I was getting the gun I thought I was. My wife says it was more like 6 hours of "research" a night for the last 6 months. I was doing a little drooling. The gun you'll actually get is a 3" barreled 9mm with the small rosewood grips with the engraved star. The gun pictured looks like a Snake Slayer IV with the black ash grips.

However, this is one sweet little firearm. It's American made, locks up like a bank vault, and shoots the popular 9mm cartridge. A 9mm magazine can be used to reload and easily carry an additional 10-20 rounds of ammo, depending on the magazine make/model. I have yet to shoot it, but I've been dry firing it quite a bit. If you're used to a DA revolver, the trigger is nothing. If you're used to a single action 1911, it'll seem like it's overweight. It's comparable in size to a J-Frame for all practical purposes. It's slightly smaller, but denser.

If you're looking for a fun little gun, something for some light-duty concealed carry, or something to plink with, it's your gun. If you're looking for a bullseye gun, it's obviously not your best choice. I'll post again when I get a range report.

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