Bond Arms Texas Defender BATD 45 LC/410

Recoil is stout but manageable due to the wide, fat grip. The trigger press is unique and takes practice. Loaded with .410 defense shells, it is a force to be reckoned with at close range.

The Bond Arms Texas Defender derringer is a solid hunk of stainless steel, and in hand it sits low so you have easy access to the hammer and can cock it back. Shooting it takes a bit of re-training.
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