Wurled Peas: The one thing I hate about these, the only thing really, is the lawyer
induced 6 ton trigger pull. The first time I fired one I had to check to
see if the safety was on. The trigger is WAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY too hard to
pull. My older Davis in .22 mag. has a crappy trigger, but it isn't
anything like as bad as the Cobra. My buddy confirmed through e-mail to the
factory that the trigger pull on his is super hard on purpose.
charlie day: would .22 mag or .22 lr barrels also fit on that frame? the frame of the
.22 derringers is smaller so that's why i ask. i'm thinking about getting
one and ability to switch between .22 and 9mm will greatly affect my
decision about whether to buy it or not
Vanilla Gorilla: are these cobras reliable?
Jeff Hickerson: You mention the other calibers that can be fired from the same barrels.
However, the pressures those rounds generate are very different. Are those
barrels and chambers rated for those pressures?
creekman18: You are amazing
dawnninjawolf: COOL! Derringers are my new favorite, but what about frame size? Are they
all the same?
Joes World: what is 9mm largo?
xbones101: 9mm & .38 Super would kick like Hell! I had one in .32 Auto & the recoil
wasn't uncomfortable, but I'd say that it was max recoil for that gun.
Nicholas Guerrera: Do you know if they make centerfire conversions from rimfire?
asr10420: will that work for the .45 long colt
44Artillery: Suck a pickle, pansy.
tacdriver22mk2: bro i thought of the same thing just caught sight of a sig p6... ahh add at
cymond: Current prices are $50 + S&H for standard Big Bore barrels, but some colors
cost extra. I suspect (but do not know for certain) that the Long Bore
barrels will also fit on the Big Bore frame.
maxfirepower: 9 x 23 mm
hnwallace80: Oh shut up....
DTX Oner: When you say 38 auto, is it also known as .380 auto
09cjonescj: Awesome video! thanks for the info! I have the long bore 9mm version and
after 200+ rounds still love shooting the thing! because of all the bad
reviews on these you find I thought I bought a POS but i have been super
happy with my purchase. Just ordered the 38 spc long bore barrely (and
hinge screw) due to your recommendations. how hard is it to switch to
tomterahedrob: ?Is the cartridge in the 9mm Luger totally supported(as you would have in
say a top break single shot rifle)? How much$ Thanks. )
Ricovali: No background check is required to purchase barrels.but i'm not sure if
changing calibers violates federal law.since the original caliber is posted
on the 4473 at the time of transfer.have to research this.
Blade Runner: @loveshalllive Cobra does not own Bond Arms.
Vanilla Gorilla: Hey Benjamin I watch a lot of your videos and respect your opinons . but if
these are good guns why do I always find alot of these as parts?
BrianReisbeck: I heard somewhere that the .32 h&r barrel will also fire the .32 auto
because it's semi-rimmed.....have U heard or tried this?
THETRUECRASHMONKEY: THENAGANTMAN,My question is if you already have a Cobra and you want to get
other barrels do you still have to have them sent to a dealer and wait for
back ground check or do they just send them to your house,if they send it
straight to you that would be so cool a no wait new gun except for shipping
wait that is. I thought that this is a very good question Thanks for the
geetarman58: While not my "top" choice as a CC weapon,the derringer does have its place
as one....two shots are better than none and a gun beats a knife. Great
video! I own the .38 Cobra and now after watching your video a 9mm barrel
is on the way.
Matthew Bowers: awesome video, i also understand that you can order a conversion kit so you
can use rimfire cartridges. Cobra offers 22LR and 22WMR. I think this is
available for the the 'big bore' as well as the 'standard' models.
Migs4000: I carry mine because it is convenient. Got a guy to make a pocket holster
for it too, looks and carries great! It is VERY comfortable to carry, more
so than any other gun I've tried pocket carrying. Sure you got two shots,
better than no shots if ya ask me.
dawnninjawolf: @FergusonTO35 Ah, so thats the Cobra big bore. Thanks.
robdelcastillo: nice.. much cheaper than buying another one with a different caliber.
Denny Rector: I have taken this firearm in the 9mm to the range. It is accurate up to
20-25 feet. Which was a surprise to me. I'm thinking of using my derringer
as a car gun. Have a good day.
jogi729: How are they reliability wise, I'm looking to pick one up just for a backup
and like the 38 for hiking so I can load it with snake shot, theirs not
many reviews out there so I'm kinda torn
loveshalllive: @oldwithgold cobra owns bond arms, but the derringers do differ by they're
names and cobra tends 2 use slightly cheaper metals ($130 for a 38.) im
bout to buy a cobra arms derringer 38 with a titan(45/410) barrel (the
titan runs $380) and im gunna get a fs or ca model pistol (38.) from them
dawnninjawolf: You got 2 barrels and very few moving parts, hell yes!
Eddie Welch: Excellent stuff! Is this for ducks, deer, wild boar or whatever? Please US
of A get a grip and stop this paranoia. Guns are dangerous and should not
be sold to just any idiot or psycho. You set an example to the world.
Please let it be a good one. .
realybigguns: The 32 mag would probably be able to shoot the 7.62x38r nagant round
maxfirepower: Paranoia would be indicated in someone who lives >3800 miles away yet fears
guns in the US. We do not exist to "set an example" for you, either.
makemydammdaypunk: When you order barrels, do they come with the extractor & screw ?
bigkennya: thanks for the info.. to think i was going after a high end bonds arms ..
but this gun will do for the in town trips.. were my .. 45 colt is too
large for concealed carry
makemydammdaypunk: Can you put a rim fire type barrel on a cobra that had an original center
fire barrel? And can you put a center fire type barrel on a cobra that had
an original rim fire barrel?
lordofwar2006: davis derringer d-38 do you know if you can put a D-22 barrel on it
Tee Lewis: Can you plz tell me where you got the extra barrels
bladeimm: You say there are better choices for concealed carry. I'm trying to work
within my states limits. Looking for very small revolver to ward off
skully4795: i agree you ARE an idiot. believe me the usa does NOT set any kind of good
example to anybody, especially those of us who live here, by the way the
government has been doing things lately, and by the way, they are NOT sold
(legally) to just anybody. every pistol i ever bought, i had to go through
a background check. to get my concealed carry permit i had to go through an
EXTENSIVE background check and submit my fingerprints as well. so long
story short shut your freaking stupid mouth. thank you.
romeroe76: Great info looking into buying 1.
rewardcert: larger 9mm spanish
law40177: this gun is a really good pack gun if ur hiking i have the 38. ut also you
can shoot the 357 out of it too and shot shells work pretty good out of it
too could e used for a survival gun iv taken rabbits and birds with the
igger round if needed you can take bigger game and is accruate if practiced
with week of shooting taking targets at 50 yards no problem.
MrPHUCKYOURSELF: So you could basiclly put a cobra 32acp barrel on a 38 special cobra
derringer simple barrel swap same as you did here?
Theenemy38: So this derringer can pretty much use every barrel that they make???
Peidmonte89: Hey I had a ? for you. Can I get one in .22 mag and also get a barrel for
.32 H&R? Thanks
milliondollarmermaid: Thanks for the awesome info!
realybigguns: Nope 38 auto and 380 are to different things
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