New For 2024: Bond Arms LVRB

posted on January 27, 2024
BOND ARMS LVRB lever-action ar-style rifle shown at SHOT Show 2024 booth convention man holding

Bond Arms is best known for its modern interpretation of the stack-barrel derringer handgun concept, but it now appears set to pull the trigger on its long-anticipated entrant into the lever-action rifle market: the LVRB.

The MSR-derived, short-lever-throw design is decidedly modern in appearance and claimed to be compatible with AR-style upper receivers, barrels, bolts, handguards and magazines. The rifle’s factory 16” barrel results in an overall length of 39.5”, and weighs in at 6 lbs., 7 ozs. without the included 30-round magazine.

Initially chambered for .223 Wylde, other offerings, such as .300 Blackout, 450 Bushmaster and 350 Legend, are anticipated.

The gun’s overall shape and purpose can be user-determined by selecting from among the many Remington 870 shotgun buttstock options—whether in traditional wood and curved pistol grip configurations or modern polymer and angled styles such as that from Magpul—and then matching them to one of several available lever loops.

Further compatibility with America’s favorite semi-automatic rifle platform comes by way of the familiar magazine-release location, which, in the LVRB’s case, allows for ambidextrous use and is complemented by both manual crossbolt and passive grip safeties.

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