i was looking at a gun magazine that showed this replica of the S&W j-frame..i believe the company is called Cobra Arms.. never heard of this company before?
I have to agree with cocojo... What grounds does anyone have to dismiss this company? Don't get me wrong, it could be junk, but shouldn't we have a little proof before we make assumptions....Some are so ready to condem this gun and haven't ever looked at it or shot the gun. Lets see what shakes out with it before we pass judgement. I like to see the inners of the revolver. It could be junk or it could be a sleeper. No lock that's a plus and better than a smith. Mim parts isn't that what smith is using today. I carry older Colts Agent & Cobra but I just bought a smith 37-2 made in 93 with wood grips and non MIM in 98 % for $325.00. I like the Colts better plus I get six shots which I like. No Locks and MIM for me.
yup, that's the gun..doesn't look like cheaply made but who knows..i've never heard of the company or even seen one of these in a gun shop.Would that be COBRA Enterprises in Utah?
I would not trust a firearm made by them.
BTW: they are not showing a S&W Type J-Frame on their website yet so it must be pretty new.
Here is a link to their site ~~~> Cobra
If money is a problem - you would probably be much better off with a pre-owned Smith & Wesson until more is known about the quality of the COBRA. They actually LOOK well made and decently finished.
There are a few of them listed on gunbroker. Price range around $349.00
They actually look pretty good & OK for +P - though none of the other COBRA guns are +P rated.
and you can get one in pink. :rofl: