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Old 03-23-2011, 01:24 AM   #1
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Does anyone have any experience with them? I"m thinking about getting one to carry around my property when I'm doing work.

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Old 03-23-2011, 01:33 AM   #2
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I have the Snake Slayer (4.25' barrel/45 Colt & 410 shell) and I love it. If you choose a large caliber one make sure you invest in the a set of extended grips because the smaller ones do tend to hurt my hand. They also have excellent customer service and ship items out very quickly.

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I was looking at the snake slayer actually. 410/45LC is just right. One barrel for snakes and the other for any coyotes that want to come walking up. Larger grips for it though huh?

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Or gloves; which may be the cheaper alternative.

But who knows, my threshold for pain may be less than yours. Good luck, you won't be disappointed with their quality.

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Unless you just want the derringer for it's smaller size, for your purpose I would want something that holds more than 2 rounds, like a Taurus Judge or that new S&W Governor.

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Iff'n I ever hear about Grunt packing a Judge - the ridicule will be merciless...

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I have a Snake Slayer .410/.45. It's great for pocket carry.

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Bond Arms makes some great guns.They are just down the road from me,in Granbury,Tx.
Their triggers are a bit stiff for me though.I've shot a few,and just don't care for the heavy triggers on them.

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Iff'n I ever hear about Grunt packing a Judge - the ridicule will be merciless...
If you ever hear of me packing a judge not only will I ridicule myself, but I will drive to GA so you and the fellas can give a good ass whippin.

As for a Derringer to shoot snakes, I want it for it's size. It's big enough to use with work gloves on and from what I felt when I handled one today it's light enough to carry when I'm working in the yard. As for capacity, If I find a snake that can with stand 2 shots to the head, I'm running. If I find more than 2 snakes, I'm running. After either, I'm calling in a favor and having my yard nuked from orbit.
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Bond Arms makes some great guns.They are just down the road from me,in Granbury,Tx.
Their triggers are a bit stiff for me though.I've shot a few,and just don't care for the heavy triggers on them.
I think that the heavy trigger is a purposeful feature due to the fact that most of their guns have no triggerguard.
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