So I have heard so many bad things about cobra it intrigued me and I went and purchased one for a cheap amount and wanted to see how bad it really is. Well I can attest to you here today after 43 rounds It is not as bad as everyone blows it up to be.
For anyone that doesn't kno it is a blowback styled steel framed handgun. I purchased the freedom series 380. I also was shooting PPU ammo that I picked up from Walmart. So last night I stripped the gun and cleaned it and lubed it with rem oil.
Now into the range. I had to failure to ejects throughout the whole session and realized they were within he first two magazines fired through on the first shot when loaded to full capacity with 7 rounds. One of these FTE I also attribute to myself for limp wristing. I then shot the next 2 magazines trough with 6 rounds and had no issues. I finished off the session with the last 2 mags being seven rounds with no issues and then fired 3 more just for kicks. I can say that this gun is not yet finished he break in period but for the cost I am not disappointed with it by any means. The to failures can be expected in break in period and they Till may have been my fault and I was using dirty ammo.
Onto the actual gun. The sights might as well not be there as they have no dots and this being all chrome any amount of light in the slide made it difficult to see the sights. It could use better sights. The recoil wasn't bad but I can attribute that to the heavy all steel frame. The trigger is not bad it seemed pretty good especially for the price poit of the gun. I will follow up after my next trip