The new 2019 4” adj site King Cobra
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    Anybody know what the deal is with the misshapen trigger guard on this series of revolvers?
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    That is going to sell very well for them...nice job Colt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock185 View Post
    Anybody know what the deal is with the misshapen trigger guard on this series of revolvers?
    The trigger guard is not misshapen but does look a bit out of proportion. It's elongated to give room for a gloved finger.
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    The update that I received from our Colt rep this morning is the first 400 are being shipped by the end of August .
    These will sell regardless of medallions or trigger guards .
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    Is there any word on the adjustable rear sight the new gun will be using? It would be nice if the machining in the frame made it interchangeable with the Accro or Elliason that earlier Colt revolver used. With a front sight that was removable it would be great for adding both front and rear tritium sights. I can see buying one of these new Target King Cobras and keeping it in the nightstand in place of the Trooper Mark III that sits there now...maybe...that Trooper is an awesome revolver and I'd be hesitant about replacing it though the tritium sights on it now are a bit dim after 20+ years of silent service doing its job.
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    No markings . This is a gun on display in the Colt booth at a member only retail dealer show this week . Possibly a pre-production model , not saying the guns we get to sell will have this sight .



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    It looks like it will interchange with the Accro/Elliason. That will be a plus. If the optional tritium front sights for the Cobra and fixed sight King Cobra fit the same that can be a huge selling point and advantage for defensive uses.
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    This gun is going to sell like crazy. No lock, immeasurably better DA trigger than any Ruger, and fairly priced.

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    We'll see who is the first forum member to snag one of these and make an initial report. I'm looking forward to owning one.
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    Since this will be marketed as a "target" model, maybe Colt will add a wider hammer spur rather than the service hammer. Something along the lines of the Python beavertail hammer spur would be nice.
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