Bond Arms® Honey B Expands Stinger Rough Series With B6 Grips

With several lines of successful and progressive improvements, Bond Arms® introduces the Honey B. This “B” packs a stinger and comes in multiple gauge options. With firepower for everyone, options are offered in the .22LR, 9mm, 380, and 38 Special. What sets this design apart from the rest of the Stinger series of pistols is the advancement and utilization of B6 grips, which add exceptional grip, control, and comfort.

B6 grips offer a full hand extended feel with a small frame. These grips take the guesswork out of placement and provide refined control by adding a large palm swell and the option of a smooth or textured backstrap. Pairing these grips with the Stinger frame is a combination that can’t be overlooked. More surface area makes the 9mm more manageable in this ultra-compact design.

Overall, the Honey B is just 5.5 inches long with a three-inch barrel, more than enough for pinpoint and accurate accuracy. It is heavy enough, at 17.5 oz, to mitigate recoil in a 380 and 9mm without sacrificing the lightweight control commonly found in a .22LR and 38 Special. Mixing these two does not mean making concessions.

Safety-wise, the Honey B comes with a trigger guard and a 7-pound trigger guard. The sights are standard fixed sights with a 10-yard crosshair image, and the simple open-action design makes loading the 2-round capacity barrels easy and efficient. It’s easy to see that this can quickly become a 9mm pocket pistol as a primary or secondary defense tool.

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Characteristics of honey B:

  • B6 resin grip material
  • extended grip size
  • fixed sights
  • 2 shot capacity
  • single action
  • trigger guard

Honey B Specifications:

  • Special calibers .22LR, .380, 9mm and 38
  • 3 in. barrel length
  • 5.5 inches long
  • 17.5 ounces
  • 7 pound trigger weight
  • MSRP – $320

BOND ARMS, INC. is located in Granbury, Texas, and manufactures the award-winning Bond Arms Derringer – the best in double barrel protection. Originally organized under the Texas Armory name, the company was incorporated as Bond Arms in 1995 with the idea that the Remington Model 95 over-under, single-action derringer could be converted from an Old West anachronism into a reliable modern pistol. The barrel and frame were redesigned to safely fire modern calibers and the entire pistol is constructed entirely of stainless steel. This makes for a pistol that is strong and durable.

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