They are making a King Cobra Target .22. They couldn't call it a Diamondback because they no longer own the trademark to that moniker.Finish no doubt. Trigger and such not sure. I only have an older one. Darn lgs has a couple stainless new models sitting on the counter and they let me handle them. Little I have handled them trigger seems good but haven't tried much.
If colt comes out with a 22lr I will have to get a side job.
Nice pick up Mark. That things lovely.our hobby is cheap compare to Boats and Bro Dozer Truck
and they hold there value
Happy Wife… Happy Gun Collection!Nice pick up Mark. That things lovely.
I try to convince myself of that everyday, and yes, for the most part they do hold value, especially these days.
I really lucked into my last purchase, the Vintage Redhawk. The best part......my missus, little does she know, paid for half of it. Kinda a Johnny Cash deal.....
Enjoy that mate, good onya
Happy Wife… Happy Gun Collection!
I just started collecting about 8 months ago, and I’m mostly focusing on Colts. A beginner move, but we have to start somewhere. WhatI don’t know is S&W’s and Rugers?!?!?! U’ll get there one day
With all those sharp, well defined edges and raised metal on the stamps? I highly doubt that. But even if it's refinished, it's a job well done.
I appreciate everyone expertise!!! it matter only a little as it was sold once it touch my hands! I can’t wait!!!
Shame that these guns sat in a safe for decades without being shot!
or her! lolIf someone hadn't kept it in a (more likely) sock drawer all those years, you wouldn't have found it in the condition you did.
I'm one who believes there are ways to enjoy a fine gun without actually shooting it. Now most I do shoot, but there are some that I just enjoy having. Someday, someone else will be free to do whatever they want with them.
Oh, and if that a refinish, I'd like the name of the person who did it. I might have some business for him.