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Cobra Enterprises CB9 Big Bore Derringer 9mm Luger 2.75" Barrels 2 Rounds Black Synthetic Grips Blued Finish CB9BB

Cobra Firearms
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The Cobra Enterprises CB9 Big Bore Derringer is a great pocket pistol. It is chambered in 9mm Luger and has 2.75" barrels. It holds 2 rounds of ammunition, has black synthetic grips, and comes in a blued finish.

Specifications and Features:
9mm Luger
2 Rounds
Fixed Sights
2.75" Barrel
4.65" Overall Length
14 oz empty
Alloy Frame
Black Synthetic grips
Blued Finish
Single Action Only


Item#: 2-CBBB9B
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Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"First off, I recommend picking up some snap caps to practice with before heading out to the range. The way it handles is so different from most handguns that it takes some serious getting used to. The trigger pull is decidedly harsh. I gather it's supposed to be a safety feature, but it goes so far in that direction, it verges on being unsafe because you have to wrestle with the trigger while aiming. It'd be nice if the extractor was a bit longer, as it can be something of a chore getting it to turn loose the spent brass. Otherwise, it's about what you'd expect. It's not a target pistol and the recoil is fairly fierce. I put about 30 rounds through it, and was able put most of them on a paper plate at ten feet, toward the end of my first practice session. At five feet, my second to last shot was dead center, and the last one from the lower barrel was three inches below that. At this stage, the gun is probably more accurate than I am. It does take some getting used to.With an Uncle Mike's pocket holster, it takes up about as much space as a pack of smokes. Every round fired reliably, and it seems to be fairly well made for the price. I think for anyone who wants something to fill the gap between being well armed, and being unarmed, this isn't a bad choice. It's small, reasonably light, and has enough power to stop a bad guy in a close encounter."
5.0 5
"This is unlike anything I've fired before and it is worth noting that the trigger isn't typical compared to other guns in terms of pull or method. Trigger finger \"rolls downward\" instead of pulling almost straight back to drop the hammer. Not saying it is bad, but it is very different and putting about 25 rounds through the gun to familiarize yourself with sight picture and trigger pull will go a long way to protecting yourself should the need arise. This is an excellent value, is easy to conceal/carry, but please practice because the recoil is a bit of a surprise as well... it almost jumped out my hand the first time. My mistake thinking a 9mm wouldn't kick, but I was wrong. I now am confident with my ability with it and carry it a lot in the summer because of my attire"