Cobra going belly up??

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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby adare » Fri May 19, 2017 4:06 pm

Thats just great, I got a Patriot 380 that needs an extrator. $15.00 for the gun which may turn out to be a parts gun now. I talked with them about 6 weeks ago and got my issue resolved but its not related to the Patriot.
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby adare » Tue May 30, 2017 1:43 pm

Update, they are still up and running and sent me free parts needed to the gun running. The parts installed and the gun is running. I mentioned to them that there seems to be concern they were out of business because of the law suite but they said no, and its business as normal.
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby 356 » Thu Jun 01, 2017 2:23 pm

Cobra has historically been a member of the NSSF, therefore I would assume (and could be wrong) that they will have robust legal protection. It is interesting that the current Cobra Firearms page does not list NSSF membership, however, the cached page from 4-16-2017 does note membership. From what I am hearing from my friends at Tri-Star Arms (former American Arms), the only way to make a small fortune in firearms these days is to start with a large fortune.
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby jeffchance » Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:54 am

356 wrote: the only way to make a small fortune in firearms these days is to start with a large fortune.


THIS IS ABSOLUTE TRUTH :!:
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby GunWebsites » Sun Jun 25, 2017 5:07 am

interesting thread !
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby David Vincent » Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:07 am

they are revamping the website. much easier to order parts IMO.

i have lots of cobras they better not go under. They are my favorite of the Zamak manufacturers. if you get through to the right people they take care of you.

I have five of the patriot series and maybe 6 of the zamaks. all have proven to be durable with the exception of one which was well used and had a small crack in the slide. Cobra took care of it.

Note..... they almost all needed work to satisfy me so going into it thinking your going to get a perfect gun is setting you up for a let down. Once you dial them in though they are great.

they pretty much took every SNS pistol they bought the tooling for and beefed them up for better durability. Only one i stay away from is the CA380.
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby adam01364 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:11 am

Their website is up and running.
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Re: Cobra going belly up??

Postby adam01364 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:46 am

Their website really sux, but I was able to place a parts order without any problem.
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