Bond Arms Texan

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Bond Arms Texan Intimidator right side photoUsers’ Rating (Click a star to rate this gun.)

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings of the Bond Arms Texan pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Bond Arms Texan is a derringer built on a stainless steel frame with 6″ barrels, and chambered in .45 LC and .410. Bond Arms says the frame will also accept all the shorter interchangeable barrels the company offers, which greatly expands the caliber selection to .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .40 SW, .45ACP, etc.

Other features include:

  • Stainless steel barrels with a satin finish;
  • an automatic spent casing extractor;

    Bond Arms Texan Intimidator right side photo

    The Texan’s right side features “The Intimidator” and “THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU MESS WITH TEXAS” engraved on the barrels.

  • a rebounding hammer;
  • retracting firing pins;
  • a crossbolt safety;
  • a spring-loaded cammed locking lever for a tight barrel/frame fit and rapid loading and unloading;
  • a trigger guard;
  • a blade-front sight;
  • a fixed rear sight; and
  • extended rosewood grips with custom engraving.

Bond Arms also sells a Texan Special model on which it allows users to have whatever name they choose engraved on the barrels, with a variety of font choices. The company says it will eventually offer the 6″ barrel in other calibers as well.

The Specs

Capacity OAL BBL WT/OZ
2 8″ 6″ 23.5 oz.

Texan Pricing & Shopping

MSRP: $700

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More Texan Photos, & Video

On camera: Check out Hickok45’s video review of the Texan.

Bond Arms Texan left side photo

The Texan from the left.

1 thought on “Bond Arms Texan

  1. Darrell Lynch

    I’ve been told that it is hard on the barrel of my Texan, to shoot shot shells through it. Also, since it is .45 long colt capable, and the .410 slugs are actually .41 caliber, is it safe to shoot slugs in this pistol?

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