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#172589 - 07/01/18 01:51 PM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: pappy19]
Wayne Dengler Offline
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Pappy,
Yep,those Brown Recluse Spiders have a potent venom. Seems that the wound will never heal.

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#172605 - 07/01/18 08:53 PM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: pappy19]
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Originally Posted By: pappy19
My uncle got bit by a Brown recluse on the ankle and it was 7 months getting over it. He had a hole in his ankle for months, just wouldn't heal. Glad we don't have them here in Idaho, only hobo's and black widows.

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I saw some REAL nasty pictures when I looked up "brown recluse bite" Dangerous little creatures...
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#172635 - 07/02/18 09:28 AM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: Sphinx3000]
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News report from around Miami three or four years ago.

A 40-ish year old man was helping his father tear down a shed.

He got a brown recluse bite on the back of his neck.

Died from the necrosis of the tissue affected by the venom...I assume getting into the spinal column or whatever.

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#172643 - 07/02/18 11:22 AM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: LarryWW1246]
Wayne Dengler Offline
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Larry,
I would say that they are nasty.

Shame you can't use a Bond Arms in 410 to get them!!!!

Of all the calibers that the Bond Derringer is offered in,I would say that the 410/45LC either 2.5 or 3 inch is the most popular.

I usually pack mine all of the time but when the temps are close to 100 degrees,it is the nAA mini that is slipped into my pocket.

Wayne
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#174979 - 10/08/18 12:22 PM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: Eric]
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Would be curious to hear opinions on the Bond Arms, trigger guard vs no guard. What made your decisions on which way to go? I'm up in the air, only hold back I've got with the gun. Thanks in advance..
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#174994 - 10/08/18 08:13 PM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: Michael_Mason]
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Trigger guard makes me feel like I have a more secure grip.

3 magnum .410 in #4 shot make you know that something is there!
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#174995 - 10/08/18 08:19 PM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: coachblalock]
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Agreed.

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#175007 - 10/09/18 09:18 AM Re: Bond Arms Derringer [Re: pappy19]
Wayne Dengler Offline
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Coach & Pappy,
I too agree with that. Touch off a 3 inch magnum and you know that the bull really did it in the buckwheat.

I removed (temporarily) the guard from my Texas Defender and it just did not seem right. So I put it back on.

Do the math on that 3 inch load. 300+ grains of shot out at about 1,000 fps.
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