Cobra Firearms makes derringers in many different sizes and calibers. The one I am reviewing is the smallest they make, the small-framed .22LR. I bought the gun on a whim, thinking it would be something about the size of a largeish key chain, and fit easily into any pocket. The larger models in bigger calibers, such as the 9mm all the way up to 45LC/.410, are obviously much bigger.
I chose the .22LR because I don’t really intend to carry it as a CCW / defensive weapon (more on that coming right up) but rather I plan on mostly using it as a range toy and .22LR is cheap & has virtually no recoil.
Cobra Firearms 22LR Derringer specs:
Suggested Retail Price $189
Street Price (my local gun shop) $129
Model: Colt Firearms C22
Capacity: 2 Rounds
Barrel Length: 2.4″
Overall Length: 4″
Weight: 9.5oz Empty
Frame Material: Alloy
Additionally, you can get conversion barrels to change this gun over to a .22 magnum, and also convert it to center fire with .25 and .32 auto barrels and firing pin conversion plates. These run about $75ish.
|Condition||New in Box|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CB9BR|