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Old 04-14-2013, 03:37 PM   #11
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Sweet! That'd be awesome! I'll prolly just run 15-20 rounds through it and lock it back up lol
THINK this is it- Reguardless there are plenty of parts availible
http://www.cobrapistols.net/store/pc/Standard-Derringer-Parts-c13.htm
For your 9mm check the big bore section-
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Old 04-14-2013, 03:54 PM   #12
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I couldn't ever imagine buying this gun. Just no practical use for it. Target gun? Home defense? Woods gun? Carry gun? That'd be four "nopes".

But so what? Sometimes whatever you find fun or interesting is worth throwing a little money at. Have fun with it.
Exactly, it's not good for much, maybe a little entertainment beside the river..
At the rate things are going I'm of the mindset that almost ANY gun that fires that can be had at a fair price may be worth having in the future. Maybe one day it'll be trade bait lol

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THINK this is it- Reguardless there are plenty of parts availible
http://www.cobrapistols.net/store/pc/Standard-Derringer-Parts-c13.htm
For your 9mm check the big bore section-
Cool, thanks Hoss! I keep useful links on my phones note pad!!
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Exactly, it's not good for much, maybe a little entertainment beside the river..
At the rate things are going I'm of the mindset that almost ANY gun that fires that can be had at a fair price may be worth having in the future. Maybe one day it'll be trade bait lol



Cool, thanks Hoss! I keep useful links on my phones note pad!!
No problem-
Actually its about as good as some of the sub compact carry weapons these days-
And if you wander around in the woods or river banks like i do the shotshells work on snakes to a certain degree
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Actually its about as good as some of the sub compact carry weapons these days-
And if you wander around in the woods or river banks like i do the shotshells work on snakes to a certain degree
The thought hadn't crossed my mind, but you're right!
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I own one in black worth rose grips...

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It's cool, hard to shoot single handed because the trigger is so stiff it requires two fingers to pull without struggle. Good safety if ya ask me. Fun enough to shoot I guess, but hard to hit anything more than five feet away. I use it as a glovebox backup gun.

I had trouble with Blazer brass, it didn't fit properly, slightly wider than Remington UMC, which extracts and fits in nicely.

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