First Look: Bond Arms Stinger Fireball

Double barreled, lighter weight.

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posted on February 25, 2024
Stinger Fireball

The new Stinger Fireball pistol from Bond Arms addresses the issue of the weight of a firearm, which is often a major concern for conceal-carry applications, especially when transitioning to a smaller caliber while maintaining the original frame/receiver dimensions. Typically, the additional space is filled with excess material, contributing to the overall heavy feel of the firearm.

The Stinger Fireball, however, is lighter and still functionally identical to its counterparts, with a receiver that is compatible only with other Stinger Fireball barrels. While maintaining the same dimensions and functionality, the new Stinger Fireball distinguishes itself with a lightweight anodized 7075 aluminum frame, adding a sleek two-tone design in black anodizing.

The Stinger Fireball ensures easy draw while maintaining the same positioning and function, featuring a low-profile break action lever on the left-hand side. It is factory-chambered in either .22 Mag or .327 Fed Mag, two unconventional self-defense calibers but still have the power you need to defend what's important to you. The pistol is equipped with a B6 resin extended grip for superior felt recoil reduction and a secure hold.

Weighing in at only 14.4 ounces, this is one of Bond Arms' lightest derringers. With a standard 3-inch barrel and an overall length of 5.5 inches, it offers concealability, comfort, and ease of use. Despite its lightweight design, it accommodates two rounds in the chamber with its single-action hammer and a 7-pound trigger pull.

Stinger Fireball Features:

  • Caliber: .22 Mag. or 327 Fed Mag.
  • Barrel Length: 3 inches
  • Grip Material: B6 Resin
  • Grip Size: Extended
  • Sights: Fixed
  • Length: 5.5 inches
  • Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Ammo Capacity: 2 rounds
  • Single Action
  • Trigger Pull Weight: 7 pounds
  • Trigger Guard: Yes

MSRP for the Stinger Fireball is $389, and for more information on this pistol or other products from Bond Arms, please visit bondarms.com.

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