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Old July 23rd, 2011, 04:41 PM   #1
 
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Bond Arms Snake Slayer IV. Our new addition to the family. This thing is built as hardy as my Super Blackhawk.



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Old July 23rd, 2011, 04:47 PM   #2
 
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Very cool! I just picked up the SS about a month ago! Have you tried her out yet?
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Old July 23rd, 2011, 05:31 PM   #3
 
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Not yet. My female pit loves to hunt when I shoot. Totally goes nuts. She just started heartworm treatments and can not get excited. Me shooting out back could give her a stroke. But I did have the Cobray side by side for a little while and did shoot it. Not to bad and it's lighter than the SS. You blasted yet.
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Great little guns.If more folks shot a bond Arms they would quit complaining about trigger pull on their revolvers. When pulling the trigger its best to pull down as well as back.Try to never dry fire it with the safety on as both pieces are very hard steel
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Thanks for the advice. Will make sure I follow that. Don't want to harm the Slayer. That's why I post my new members to the family. Lots of wisdom and advice here.
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Old July 23rd, 2011, 09:05 PM   #6
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Man, that looks sweet.
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Very nice! Will you pocket carry it? Do you have a holster for it yet?
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I took an Ace Case IWB holster and put the Slayer into it then took a needle and dental floss and sewed tight around it. Will work for now. I don't like anything in my pockets. So to pocket carry it feels way to heavy and odd to me. Clipped in IWB it does not feel that heavy to me. But like I said I can't stand stuff in my pockets. Cargo pockets don't bug me though.
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That's the gun I want. I can carry that in a pocket as back up or primary depending on need. Keep it on the seat beside you just under your strong side leg for a car jacking surprise. This is a good choice for those that don't think a judge is all that and who want a full size auto for carry.
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My Bond shot strighter than a friends Judge and a lot better with the 45colt load
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