Colt boosts the recently revived "Snake" line of revolver with a new King Cobra Target model, sporting a 4.¼" barrel, Target sights, and a full stainless steel construction: another step forward towards the eagerly-awaited new Python?
After releasing the new King Cobra revolver earlier this year, Colt reportedly a flood of requests by range shooters for a 4-inch model with adjustable sights that would be both accurate and enjoyable to shoot. Well, you can now consider those requests granted, as the new Colt King Cobra Target revolver is here!
A well balanced gun, the King Cobra Target would almost seem to have been tailored to measure for those shooters who have been asking for more and dreaming of a new Python ever since the "Snake" line first was revived in 2017
Featuring a 4.¼" / 10,79cm barrel, adjustable rear sight, elevated fiber optic front sight, and custom Altamont wood medallion grips, the new Colt King Cobra Target revolver was thoughtfully engineered to adapt the design of the powerful King Cobra to the competitive range.
Holding six rounds of .357 Magnum ammunition in its cylinder, the new Colt King Cobra Target revolver is 9.¼" / 23,5 cm long overall and is the third entry in Colt's new King Cobra line after the launch of the King Cobra Carry model back in March. The SA/DA trigger remains smooth and crisp, thanks to the patented Linear Leaf spring (LL2).
The new King Cobra Target revolver is available now through the Colt dealer network at a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $999 in the United States. No information has been made available as of today concerning export availability and pricing.