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A while back I published an article with Scott showing us a derringer that was chambered in 45-70 and 410 and the response from you guys was pretty good. Not meaning to be redundant, but Scott has another similar pistol, made by a different company, that fires the 45-70 cartridge.
Say hello to your little friend, the Bond Arms Inc. “Cyclops”.
Here is what the folks at Bond Arms Inc. have to say about this pistol:
You’ve asked for it for years, and now Bond Arms delivers!
Introducing the all new Cyclops series!
These beasts have been released in the legendary .45-70 Government with future releases and barrel options in other big bore fun like .44 Magnum, .454 Casull, and .50 AE!
Part of our Rough Series, the Cylcops features a 4.25″ stainless steel barrel that is bored out as a single-shot to add weight and comfort.
In addition, the Cyclops also features our brand new, proprietary B6 grips which fill the hand properly and lend to a pleasant shooting experience.
The Cyclops 45-70 Gov’t. is now available, so tell your favorite gun dealer that you want to see the new monster!
MSRP: $699.00 Caliber .45-70 Gov’t Barrel Length 4.25″ Grip Material B6 Resin Grip Size Extended Sights Fixed Length 6.75″ Weight 28oz. Ammo Capacity 1 Action Single Action Trigger Pull Weight 7lb. Trigger Guard Yes
Now, some of you might think a small framed pistol firing a giant round like a 45-70 would probably be a wrist-breaker (and you’d be right), but if you are looking for a pocket gun that packs a wallop, then this is for you!
But before you run right out and plunk down your hard earned money, maybe you should watch Scott shoot this thing, so that you can get an idea of just what you’d have in-store if you did buy it.
Before the shooting starts, there is one thing for certain, if you shoot anything, or anyone, with the Cyclops, it’s going to go down and that’s just a fact.
H/T – bondarms.com