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Anyone have any experience with Cobra Enterprises (www.cobrapistols.com) here in Salt Lake? I read an article on their big Bore Derringer recently & am interested in purchasing one, but haven't been able to find any other reviews besides in the gun mag.



Big Bore Derringers
Calibers:

.22 Mag, .32 H&R Mag, .38 Special, .380 or 9mm
Dimensions:

2.75" barrel length
4.65" overall length
3.31" overall height
14 oz. empty weight
Grips:

Molded black synthetic
Finishes:

Bright Chrome, Black Powder Coat and Satin Nickel

I am thinking of a Black model in .38 spl or 9mm, or both as they sell interchangeable barrels.

Thanks

Jay
 

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I have a little Davis Daringer in .22. Cobra baught the davis design when they went out of biz. It is fun to shoot but I don't carry if for protection. I know of an officer that carries a deringer in 9mm but I have yet to ask him how he likes it.
 

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The company is great to work with. I've gone there for service on another model (a Patriot 45), they replaced the slide, tested it and I was at Lee Kay 45 minutes later putting 200 rounds through it without any problems.

I'm tempted to acquire a .357 Bond Arms derringer (or two)... There's always room in my pocket for one of those!

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UTXD45ACP said:
Anyone have any experience with Cobra Enterprises (http://www.cobrapistols.com) here in Salt Lake? I read an article on their big Bore Derringer recently & am interested in purchasing one, but haven't been able to find any other reviews besides in the gun mag.



Big Bore Derringers
Calibers:

.22 Mag, .32 H&R Mag, .38 Special, .380 or 9mm
Dimensions:

2.75" barrel length
4.65" overall length
3.31" overall height
14 oz. empty weight
Grips:

Molded black synthetic
Finishes:

Bright Chrome, Black Powder Coat and Satin Nickel

I am thinking of a Black model in .38 spl or 9mm, or both as they sell interchangeable barrels.

Thanks

Jay
Your derringer is really nice, and here's mine.
 
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