March 06, 2016
Colt initially produced the Cobra, a snub-nose double-action revolver, from 1950 to 1981. Now it's back and better than ever. The current iteration features the same six-shot capacity and is .38 +P capable. The gun also sports a fiber-optic front sight that is user-swappable for tritium or other options. We haven't shot it yet, but we did get to dry-fire it at a recent trade show and were impressed with the smooth double-action trigger pull. Plus, heck, it's a Colt.
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