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Old 05-31-2008, 03:21 AM   #1
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Default Cobra/Davis colored slides P-380

I have heard of blue/red slides for the cobra P-380. Any ideas ?
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Old 05-31-2008, 02:17 PM   #2
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even if i heard of them I would not use them due to the fact it makes them look to much like toy guns to kids
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they have one in a local pawn shop here it does look like a toy and i dont think anyone would take you serioiusly if you pulled it out. looks cheaply made to me but ive never fired one so i really dont know if its a good gun or not.
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Seriously, they'd better come with spinners. Cobra/Davis colored slides P-380 - Semi-Auto Handguns
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Old 08-16-2009, 11:32 PM   #5
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their good guns for the price BUT they are not made to be shoot to ribbons.they are made as inexpensive home guns.millions of ceap pistols were made from the 1880s to WW2 and left in dresser.some cost all of 75 cents.
of course a days pay was 50 cents.
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Paint it any color you want and it's still the same firearm. I'm not a fan of any firearm manufacture that offers designer colors to try and sell more poor quality firearms. Blued, stainless and OD green or OD brown are a strech. Any other color I have to ask if you paint your finger nails to match
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