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my new to me Colt King Cobra 4" :)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by chez323, Nov 27, 2012.

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  1. chez323

    chez323 Member

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    Christmas came early to my house today!

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  2. skidder

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    Very Nice! Santa knows his weapons.
     
  3. Steve H

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    Very sweet
     
  4. ColtPythonElite

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    Merry Christmas....Congrats on what has been said to be the strongest mid-framed .357 made.
     
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  5. BYJO4

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    That is a great Christmas gift. Enjoy.
     
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    I'm liking that King Cobra! :eek:
     
  7. LawScholar

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    Ooohh yeaaahh
     
  8. Remllez

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    Very nice Chez!!

    Give us a range report and let us know how she shoots.
     
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    Nice.

    Corrosion under the hammer spur?
     
  10. Checkman

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    A very strong and solid mid-size .357 magnum revolver. I remember a couple local officers carrying that model in the early 90's - just as the switch to autos in U.S. Law Enforcement was reaching it's climax. They both liked it and were sorry to let it go for the Glock 17. Good revolver. And getting harder to find.
     
  11. chez323

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    Corrosion under the hammer spur?

    not a bit! :) I've been looking (on my list) for a while, got lucky with an wtb ad I placed.......
     
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    Very nice. Congrats.
     
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