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Cobra FS Reviews

Postby ActiveFan » Fri Mar 17, 2006 4:58 am

Cobra/Davis/Republic Arms/Raven/Phoenix are all arms companies that have renamed or merged but are basically known as the "Ring of Fire"" companies that produce the majority of Saturday Night Special handguns, or ""junk guns,"" in the United States. "
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Postby Joeyymann » Tue Jun 27, 2006 11:12 am

This gun is great for home protection. Inaccurate, quality isnt great, cheap, so anyone can afford one.
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Postby geoglock09 » Fri Mar 02, 2007 7:27 pm

Good Gun Paid $200 For The Fs 32 With Lifetime Warranty Fs 380 Same Gun Good Gun For Home Protection Or Backup Accurate, Fixed Sights Used Bright Sights Paint On The Fixed Sights Which Makes A World Of Differance When Lining up a shot
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Postby coolpapacatdj » Mon May 14, 2007 3:54 pm

Are we talking about the same gun? OK. so the accuraciy ain't that great over 10 yards, but I love my little FS32. It's an automatic, easy to shoot and just plain fun to have. Only drawback is no owners manual for cleaning. The gun is still a definite keeper!
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Postby KevinD » Sat May 26, 2007 5:08 am

JUNK......If your looking for a inexpensive gun go with a Hi-Point. The only thing I can say about this gun is that it has a nice finish.
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Postby KevinD » Sat May 26, 2007 5:09 am

Forgot to rate!
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Postby coolpapacatdj » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:46 pm

I have found a few things about this pistol that are a drawback, but if you're observent, can be overcome.

1. When disassembling it, be extremely careful of your parts. One tiny part put together backwards could cause your gun not to feed rounds.

2. When practicing rapid fire, the small size of the casing causes it to not completely eject it.

3. It sometimes fails to insert a hew round, sending it out to be ejected and getting trapped by the slide.

Proper alertness can save a lot of hassle.
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Postby coolpapacatdj » Tue Oct 09, 2007 8:34 am

Let's get down to a fair rating for this pistol. It's inexpensive (not cheaply made), as accurate as you are for any 'social encounter' you may have up to 10 yards away. A wee bit on the heavy side for such a small gun, but shouldn't pull your jacket out of shape if you carry it in your pocket. Bottom line, I like it as much as I do my Taurus .357 and my Maverick 12 gauge!
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Postby coolpapacatdj » Sun Nov 04, 2007 4:28 pm

My friend, Paul, recently purchased an FS380 and he has had no problems with it.Other than caliber, only difference between his FS380 and my FS32 is his is chrome, mine is satin nickle and his makes a louder pop! LOL
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Postby coolpapacatdj » Fri Dec 14, 2007 6:44 pm

Last, but not least, the FS model pistol weighs just enough empty, if you are in a 'social encounter' and out of ammo, you can throw it at the bad guy and knock his ass out! LOL
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