I have noticed over the past several months that Magtech seems to have a new line of pistol ammo which is borrowing their SCHP load name of “First Defense”, but which is listed as “Bonded” with that name prominently on the box. Magtech has no promotional information or press release on their website, and you have to dig just to find a few generic box images there which look to be artist-concepts. Thus far in the U.S. I have only seen Magtech Bonded in .40S&W and .45acp from a few scant online sellers with what look like Speer Gold Dot bullets (or something very similar to those).
The boxes in the U.S. are using the generic Magtech blue boxes and have printing on the end flaps which say “FD Bonded” meaning First Defense Bonded. “First Defense” used to be reserved strictly for their line of solid copper hollow point pistol ammo (many calibers), and was then revamped a couple years ago to be called “First Defense Justice” with the bullets coated in tin but only offered in 9mm, 40S&W, and .45acp. It looks like this will be Magtech’s offering for the upcoming 2015 SHOT show and they will likely have the new packaging styles in distribution by then or shortly after. On their website they show concept images of all their self-defense pistol ammo bearing the “First Defense” name including their SCHP loads, the “Guardian Gold” line, and these Bonded cartridges. I also saw one image showing a .300 Blackout box with the FD name: