New for 2024: Bond Arms Cyclops Thumper Derringer

This is one cyclops that no bad guy wants to look in its single massive "eye" ...

by
posted on February 5, 2024

Remember The Odyssey? In an epic poem stuffed to the brim with fantastic characters, Polyphemus the Cyclops stands five cubits above the rest. This year, Bond Arms is offering its Cyclops Thumper, a single-shot derringer that the company is selling in two Cyclopean chamberings: .44 Mag. and .50 AE. (This, we imagine, is where Bond Arms got the "Thumper" part of this gun's name.)

The Cyclops features a 4.2" barrel and an overall length of 6.75", which is considerably longer than you'll see with most derringers. It also weighs 28 oz. courtesy of its stainless-steel frame, which is also on the heavy side for this class of firearm. That said, the additional heft and weight of the gun will consume some of the recoil energy generated by these hard-hitting calibers.

In this great video from POP Gunner via our friends at American Hunter, you'll get to see the Cyclops doing its Thump. Odysseus would be proud (and maybe a little intimidated)! MSRP $649-$847, depending upon model chosen; BondArms.com

Latest

Guess Realtree Fashion Lede
Guess Realtree Fashion Lede

Hunting Lifestyle Goes Mainstream with Realtree X GUESS Fashion Collab

Yes, we mean that GUESS—the fashion outfit best known for pricey denim and edgy advertising.

First Impressions: Savage 110 Trail Hunter Lite

Created to offer a lightweight, comfortable and reliable rifle that won't give up until you do. 

Throwback Thursday: The Legendary Kit Carson

Christopher “Kit” Carson was a man of many talents ...

SCTP Sporting Clays & Five-Stand Event Registration Opens

Proceeds from both events benefit SSSF’s Scholarship Program as well as participating Ronald McDonald House Charities Chapters through the Kids & Clays Foundation.

Video Review: Smith & Wesson M&P 10mm M2.0 Pistol

The 10mm chambering is an oft-overlooked defensive powerhouse, perfected in the latest iteration of S&W's venerable M&P line.

The Doctor is In! 6 Top Gun-Safety Mistakes to Avoid

As a doctor, hunter and lifelong gun owner, Dr. Dvorchak has collected six simple ways to help stay safe.

Interests



Get the best of NRA Family delivered to your inbox.