Given the incredible build quality, the lifetime warranty, and flexibility of this amazing gun I may never need to buy another one myself.

I’ve got three barrels already, the standard 415/.45 Colt, the new 357/38 special 3 1/2″, and the 3″ 22 barrel, all of which I use a fair amount.  Typically I carry it open fashion, in the BAD holster.  For pure self defense, I carry either the 2 3/4″ or 3″ Winchester Supreme Elite PDX1 ammo, but if I’m offroading in the desert I tend to carry 2 3/4″ 8 pellet .410 for snakes.  Sometimes though I put on the 357/38 barrel and carry a CCI round of snake shot in the upper barrel, and a 357 in the bottom.  I’ve got complete control over which barrel fires first, so that makes the combination very versatile.  .22 is just used for cheap plinking around, getting used to the trigger pull, etc.  I no longer carry my Kahr P9 on my person, or my Ruger LCP, and have basically sold the other handguns I had.  Nothing quite like having 16 guns in one with the Bond Arms setup!

No one that I referred to Bond Arms firearms had  ever heard of Bond Arms, or the Snake Slayer, or of the incredible build quality of your entire product lineup, but they all bought based solely on the referral.  And with me, they got to see it for themselves, and try the thing out, at my expense.  Hell, even the gun store I purchased it from (Tina’s Range Gear in Santa Fe, NM) knew nothing about Bond Arms, but were all eager to try it out when they delivered it to me.  And these are gun die-hards.  But because of that special order they got to see it, examine it, fire it, and were naturally duly impressed.

Given the incredible build quality, the lifetime warranty,  and flexibility of this amazing gun I may never need to buy another one myself.  But I take great pleasure in referring friends and the curious to you, knowing that some day it may well save their life.

Best

Bob