The 2015 Texas Firearms Festival is a “Come and Shoot It!” event. While we’ve expanded the Festival to offer guns to shoot (and buy) from 39 different gunmakers, we’ve maxed-out the shooting bays and rifle positions at Best of the West Shooting Sports in Liberty Hill. That means some companies will be showing their guns in The Range At Austin Retail village. Specifically, 610 Precision, Dead Goose Society (build your own AK), AR Customs, X-Caliber Tactical (Airsoft), Precision Small Arms and Bond Arms. Let’s have a look at the last two . . .
Precision Small Arms of Colorado is bringing a brand new batch of .25-caliber all stainless steel PSA-25 Baby Browning pistols. There are four unique models to choose from, including the gun above: the high polished GR4004-2 “Beauxarts” model sporting silver nickel grip plates with Abalone inlay (mother of pearl optional).
The picture at the top of this post shows Precision Arms’ most popular model: the GR4004-1 “Traditional” stainless, shown with optional hand carved Turkish walnut grip plates (ships with nylon impregnated black polymer grip plates).
Bond Arms out of Granbury, Texas builds a full range of derringers in a wide variety of calibers: the Texas Defender, Cowboy Defender, Ranger II, Texas Ranger, Century 2000, Mini 45, Girl Mini, Snake Slayer, Snake Slayer 4 and Backup. If you’re looking for a backup gun, deep concealment firearm or a hunting companion to eliminate aggressive intruders, Bond Arms has a gun for you.
Most gunmakers at the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival are offering their firearms at a Festival discount – which we can’t list for legal reasons. Suffice it to say, you’ve got to be there to buy that. Click here to buy your tickets today! The standard Shooter ticket goes up in price from $69 to $89 on the day. So save $20 per ticket and spend that money on a new gun. Right?