New for 2020: Bond Arms Grizzly

posted on January 24, 2020
Adding to the company’s Rough Series of derringer handguns, Bond Arms of Granbury, Tex., announced it will offer a new single-action double-barrel handgun called the Grizzly.

Factory-mounted 3” barrels will include chambers to accommodate .45 Colt and/or .410 Bore. The new Grizzly is built with the same manufacturing processes as the company’s other Rough Series of pistols, lacking aesthetic factory finishes that increase cost. The Grizzly is slated for an MRSP of $377.

The Grizzly, as with all Rough-series guns, is built of stainless steel and maintains a high-level of quality control. Rough Series guns are bead-blasted to eliminate rough edges. As with all Bond Arms derringers, the Grizzly features barrel-conversion compatibility, rebounding hammer, retracting firing pins, cross-bolt safety and a spring-loaded, cammed locking lever.

Vibrant rosewood grips on the gun are engraved with grizzly bear artwork, the Bond Arms name and a checkered panel, all of which add texture and aesthetic appeal to the gun. The Grizzly includes a matching leather holster embossed with a grizzly bear.

To learn more about Bond Arms and the guns that display the company’s proud Texan heritage, please visit


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