Editors’ Picks 2017: Bond Arms Texan Special

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posted on March 16, 2017
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Bond Arms is known for its tough, stainless steel, double-barrel pistols that are designed to accept a diverse selection of interchangeable cartridge-conversion barrels. This year the Bond catalog will include 6" barrels, the longest the company has yet to offer. The first complete pistol will be the Texan, featuring a custom extended hardwood grip and an elongated .45 Colt/.410 barrel with the words “Think Twice Before You Mess With Texas” engraved along the right side. The first optional 6" accessory barrel will also be a .45 Colt/.410 model. Additional barrels will eventually include popular calibers such as .357 Mag., 10 mm Auto and .45 ACP. bondarms.co

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