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Does anyone have any input on the Bond Arms 45 LC/ 410. Are they ok? I'm looking into one for a carry piece.

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  • Does anyone have any input on the Bond Arms 45 LC/ 410. Are they ok? I'm looking into one for a carry piece.

    Does anyone have any input on the Bond Arms 45 LC/ 410. Are they ok? I'm looking into one for a carry piece.

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    JMO~ look in to a KAL/TEC PF9 or P11, I have a friend who "HAD"a Bond Arms after fireing it in 410&45Lc it got sold fast!!The recoil was Stout.
    The KAL/TEC line of guns are made for CCW...the PF9
    is 7+1,P11 is dubble stack 9mm...$290..$325 ???

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      I've had mine for about 4 years. Out of all my CCW's this one gets the most notice. I absolutely love it. I am however very biased, being a fifth generation Texan. It shoots exceptional well. I have to admit, at first, I was extremely apprehensive, to actually shoot it. But one over that, it's a great gun, despite it's overall weight. It is a very heavy gun for it's size. That being said, it was one of selling points for me. I like a gun with some heft. It fits nicely in you jeans pocket, but wouldn't recommend for dress trousers, especially without suspenders, and a belt. I carry this gun often, but typically carry the 410 plates and washer cowboy round. It leaves a vey distinctive patern on paper targets at 20'-25'. I also love the fact that the barrels are interchangeable, all the way from .22 to .45-410, at a very reasonable price. The over-and-under design, and the way the trigger cycles, is amazing. Point in the general direction, and then marvel at the magic accuracy.

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