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Old 12-02-2009, 02:23 AM   #1
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Ok, so i dont know if im posting in the right section,but...i am planning to carry my Bond Arms Snake Slayer as a back up, deep cover concealment! I also carry a SA XD9mm subcompact as my primary. I feel very safe while carrying my XD, it has many safety features that make me very comfortable with it. I just picked up my Snake Slayer yesterday and I LOVE THE FEEL, THE QUALITY, THE SIZE, THE VERSATILITY,and THE POWER of this gun!! But i now am wondering how likely this gun is to fire accidently while holstered and without the hammer cocked? I dont understand the concept/mechanics of this gun fully yet. Can anyone shed some light on my worries so i can feel more comfortable carrying this derringer in many deep cover concealed places! Thanks!

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Old 12-02-2009, 01:25 PM   #2
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You'll be fine.

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Originally Posted by Mark F View Post
You'll be fine.

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Indeed +2, and get familiar with that derringer.



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the crossbolt safety is very secure.....
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