Picked up a DB380

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Re: Picked up a DB380

Postby Whiterook » Mon May 15, 2017 7:53 pm

I've had good luck with Remington .38 Special+P so I will look for it.

Another thing I forgot to mention, the finish on the slide is THIN. I only put 50 rounds through it and the brass bouncing off the slide put a ton of streaks in the slide. Going to take it out tomorrow with my buddy's LCP.
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Re: Picked up a DB380

Postby Flowmaster » Mon May 15, 2017 9:13 pm

I've been trying really hard to not buy a Diamondback but I have a feeling one will be coming home with me some day. They had a package deal around new years where if a dealer bought a Diamondback rifle they could get a DB9 pistol for super-cheap. We were selling the DB9s 5 months ago for $199 and they were selling good at that price. Now we are selling the black ones at the shows for $235 and more for the tan finish.

There are so many pocket 380s on the market right now. What made you decide on Diamondback?
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Re: Picked up a DB380

Postby Whiterook » Tue May 16, 2017 8:45 pm

Flowmaster wrote:I've been trying really hard to not buy a Diamondback but I have a feeling one will be coming home with me some day. They had a package deal around new years where if a dealer bought a Diamondback rifle they could get a DB9 pistol for super-cheap. We were selling the DB9s 5 months ago for $199 and they were selling good at that price. Now we are selling the black ones at the shows for $235 and more for the tan finish.

There are so many pocket 380s on the market right now. What made you decide on Diamondback?



Interesting, I didn't see that.

I kind of just went with it due to the price, being American made and the overall look of it. That, and I like to do things a little different than the norm. I wanted to see if I can get this up and running. Probably seems dumb to a lot of people, but not you guys!
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