Famed Texas gunmaker will introduce a new handgun and showcase top-selling models during annual gathering of nation’s most dedicated firearms enthusiasts.
Granbury, TX (April 18, 2019) – As the nation’s largest gathering of gun-rights supporters descends on Indianapolis, Ind., April 26-28 for the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, Bond Arms will be in the mix showcasing many of their best-selling firearms, including a new model that is sure to spark excitement among concealed-carry and defensive handgun fans. The team at Bond Arms invites everyone in attendance to visit them at booth #3134.
The company, known for making some of the best-quality, most compact handguns on the market, will add to their well-earned reputation with the introduction of a slimmer, lightweight model gun. The new handgun will be available for sale in late 2019. For more details, gun enthusiasts should plan on attending the exhibit during the annual gathering.
While checking out Bond Arms booth, visitors can plan on seeing many of the firearm models that have made the company the leading maker of quality, ultra-compact handguns. Among their top-selling models that will be on display include the Texas Defender, Cowboy Defender, Snake Slayer and Snake Slayer IV, the Ranger II, the Mini 45 and the Girl Mini. All of these guns are favorites among those who practice concealed carry given their small size, ease of reloading and use as well as their impressive accuracy.
“The NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits are always one of our favorite events to be a part of,” says Dylan Hunsucker, spokesperson for Bond Arms. “It’s a great opportunity for us to personally meet with thousands of our customers and get their feedback on what they love about our handguns and what they would love to see us bring to market. It’s the perfect place to introduce a new model that is sure to be a hit.”
BOND ARMS, INC. is located in Granbury, Texas and manufactures the award-winning Bond Arms Derringer – the finest in double barrel protection. Originally organized under the name Texas Armory, the company became incorporated as Bond Arms in 1995 with the idea that the Remington Model 95 over-under, single-action derringer could be converted from an Old West anachronism into a modern & reliable handgun. The barrel and frame were redesigned to safely fire modern calibers & the entire handgun is constructed entirely from stainless steel. This makes for a pistol that’s both strong and durable.