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Cobra Enterprises CA380 Semi Auto Pistol .380 ACP 2.8" Barrel 5 Rounds Black Finish CA380BB
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Brand: Cobra Firearms CA380BB
Item: 2-CBCA380B
UPC: 832716007055

The Cobra Enterprises CA380 is a semi automatic pistol. This handgun is chambered in .380 Auto and has a 2.8" barrel. It holds 5 rounds, and comes in a black finish.

Specifications and Features:
Caliber: .380 Automatic Colt Pistol (.380 Auto)
Capacity: 5 rounds
Barrel Length: 2.8"
Overall Length: 5.4"
Weight: 22oz empty
Frame Material: Alloy
Grips: Black Synthetic
Finish: Powdercoat Black
Sights: Fixed
Action: Single


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 Rating junk - 9/27/2012
Reviewer: Lloyd
Save your money and buy a real gun. One guy writes he fired 20 mags without a hiccup. I couldn't get mine to chamber a round, and when it finally did, the ejector would not eject the unfired round.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 Rating It is what it is - 7/2/2012
Reviewer: Genoh
It's a heavy little chunk, just as I suspected, which is the only negative as far as concealability. Trigger pull is heavy, but who wants a hair trigger on a concealed weapon. I have fired 20+ mags without a jam. It is reasonably accurate at 10 to 15 feet. It is unrefined but serviceable.
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
1.0 Rating Paper weight - 9/24/2012
Reviewer: Disappointed
I know that you get what you pay for, but I hoped that this was an American made gun. I should have ordered a sock with this gun because to defend myself with it, I would need to put this gun in the sock and beat someone with it. I loaded up a magazine and put it in. I tried to chamber a round quite a few times. I had to use gun grease on the feed ramp to get a round in. Once it was in, it would not eject. I had to use a screwdriver in the barrel to push the round out. I emailed Cobra and they have yet to get back with me. I used to laugh when I saw something "Made in Japan" as a kid, but now it seems the same is true for "Made in the USA."
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
1.0 Rating I can't imagine how this could be worse - 8/30/2013
Reviewer: Steve
When I saw the decent review for an incredibly inexpensive gun, I bought one for the woman and one for me. For about $260, I had 2 guns for less than the price of another one! I should have bought any other one. This thing should be called the Jam-o-Matic, because that's what it does best. Seriously, it's good for the first shot (you know, the one YOU chambered for it), but after that, I give it 50% odds it will jam before the end of the clip. Also, the poor lay-out of the grip means that you will have bloody hands by the time you make it through a clip. Why is that? Because the slide kicks back and "kisses" you thumb and first knuckle, and it will make your skin cut by the end of a clip if you're not careful. So .380s are good for conceal purposes, but this one is so heavy, it won't feel or look very concealed. I should have listened to my friends and not bought this hunk of crap. My woman tells me to sell them, but I would feel awful trying to, both because anybody who knows anything will know I was an idiot for buying them, and because I would be taking money from someone and giving them a crap product. I wish I could have given this 0 bullets.
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Cobra Enterprises CA380 Semi Auto Pistol .380 ACP 2.8 Barrel 5 Rounds Black Finish CA380BB
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