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Sports Blogs Dec 29, 2020 by Jon Wayne Taylor - Bond Arms


The Bond Arms Bullpup started out life as the Boberg XR9. TTAG reviewed Boberg's ballistic bauble back in 2012. We were not impressed. The author's jam-o-matic experience would soon be shared by Boberg customers. While the design was interesting, the XR9 wasn't ready for prime time. Enter Gordon Bond .



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Bond Arms | Gun Review: Bond Arms Bullpup 9mm | The Truth About Guns

The Bond Arms Bullpup started out life as the Boberg XR9. TTAG reviewed Boberg's ballistic bauble back in 2012. We were not impressed. The author's jam-o-matic experience would soon be shared by Boberg customers. While the design was interesting, the XR9 wasn't ready for prime time. Enter Gordon Bond .

See the Bullpup 9mm sales site from Bond Arms HERE 








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