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Old 11-16-2017, 07:17 PM   #1
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speed loading Bond Derringer

If your going to carry a Bond derringer there is a few thing you need to know . I shot my in Cowboy Action shooting . 1st thing you need to do always shoot the bottom barrel 1st for faster sight recovery .

Next reloading fast this is the way I found is the best for me .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6sqowLPtuM

I use a speed loader strips from S&W revolver to hold the ammo with 2 round in each end .

The trigger is hard to master I hope this will help you to master it .
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Old 11-29-2017, 08:05 AM   #2
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TX GunRunner, I have two of the cheaper, Cobra .38 Spl. Derringers, and you can really see the difference in quality between them and the Bond Arms pieces-- they are fun to shoot, but don't do these 80 year old, arthritic hands any favors! You know going in that the accuracy of these is "bad breath" distance, but as a "back up" to your back up piece, they get the job done.
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TX GunRunner, I have two of the cheaper, Cobra .38 Spl. Derringers, and you can really see the difference in quality between them and the Bond Arms pieces-- they are fun to shoot, but don't do these 80 year old, arthritic hands any favors! You know going in that the accuracy of these is "bad breath" distance, but as a "back up" to your back up piece, they get the job done.
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My Bonds are accurate for a derringer . Don't close your Cobras like the Bond in the video there is a good chance the Cobra will fire without putting the manual hammer safety on .
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