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This is a discussion on Bought a Cobra derringer, came w/ .22lr, .22WMR, .25ACP and .32ACP barrels... within the Handgun Discussion forums, part of the Handguns category; This is a cool little gun, fires fine... accurate for what it is at appropriate distance. I was sold by ...
This is a cool little gun, fires fine... accurate for what it is at appropriate distance. I was sold by the deal including all four barrel options.
Anybody have one? Use one? Experiances?
We need pictures
If it doesn't fit, FORCE it! If it breaks then it needed to be replaced anyway.
I wish you luck that its better then my POS cobra .380.
rmw66- "gun free zones = criminal empowerment zones "
I got this one.
Standard Derringers: 22 LR / 22 mag / 25 Auto / 32 Auto
I had one for awhile. Cool little gun for a BUG. Sold it for what I paid & put that towards a Bond Arms.
Have the 22Mag, 9MM, & 45 Colt/410 barrels.
Lots of fun. Not meant to be very accurate past 30' or so, but I like it just the same.
I wear mine cross draw in a holster while driving. If someone gets in my door, the're in for a belly full of 410 ooo buck ! Ouch !!!
I think they make a good last resort weapon... and they're fun to shoot!
Nice! I had one of the original Davis derringers in .22 LR - it was a great little gun to tuck away when one couldn't carry a gun;) I was a little difficult to manipulate quickly, but it went bang every time.
I have a Cobra CB38 big bore in black. I either carry it in a pocket holster or on a OWB holster. When I first got it wow it had a bear of a trigger to pull. But I put some Break Free lube on the contact parts of the sear. Then did some dry firing with snap caps abt 25 times and now it is smooth with a 6 to 7 pound trigger pull. It is a great backup gun to ur primary gun. However I have carried it as a only gun a few times. It goes bang ever time the trigger is pulled, flat, lightweight, shoots a service caliber, works for me. That being said I usually carry a SW 642 with 5 shoots of +p..