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Old 01-03-2017, 06:58 PM   #1
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Me want.

http://rangehot.com/new-colt-cobra-38-special-revolver/#lightbox/5/


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Link errors out. Are you talking about the new colt cobra? Colt need to release new models of the snake guns imho. The New Cobra looks pretty cool!

http://www.colt.com/Catalog/Revolvers/Cobra


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Looks like a modern version of the old Detective Special. Hope this is a step toward bringing back the Python.
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I love it. Great to see Colt back in the wheel gun business.

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Crazy how much old Cobra's sell for!!!

The new ones are +P rated and come with a tritium front sight. Very cool!

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Maybe we'll see some other new snake guns get released at Shot Show
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Thanks for the updates / link fix.

I'm pretty excited about this.

Crazy prices on those old Colts, I wonder if the introduction of this and other (hopefully) Colt revolvers will bring the prices of the old ones down.

I'd bet initially, Colt won't be able to keep up with demand.

I've always wanted to own a modern Colt revolver, but not at those crazy prices
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If I remember correct when colt released the new mustang .380. The older ones dropped in price a bit.
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About 1997ish I bought a new Colt King Cobra stainless 6 inc. I think i paid a out $350 or $400 for it. I took it to the range maybe 2 or 3 times and then lost interest.
It spent the next year and 1/2 or so in a drawer. Money was kinda tight and I decided I needed a G27 to go with my G22.
Long story short I sell the King Cobra to a guy at work for exactly what I paid for it. I then bought a G27 (still have it 20yrs later).
So of course Colt stops producing revolvers just months after all this. If I had just kept the damn COBRA!!
Taught me a lesson to think long and hard before I ever sell a gun.


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