READ THESE INSTRUCTIONSBEFORE USING THIS GUNWARNINGWarranty!result in injury or death to you or others.for their power and potential danger.GUN SAFETY WARNINGSSafety Is Your ResponsibilityThe number one concern of every rearm owner should be safety.Always follow all of the safety designed differently with different mechanical features.It is VERY important that you fully ALWAYS use proper shooting glasses and hearing protection to prevent eye injuries or hearing DO NOT carry a loaded gun with a live round in the chamber while walking, or climbing or injury to you or someone else.
Always check the gun yourself!ALWAYS check the barrel to insure that it is free of obstructions before loading and ring the obstructions can cause excessive pressures, resulting in serious injury to your gun, yourself and NEVER shoot at a hard at service or at the surface of water to avoid a ricochet and possible serious injury to yourself or a bystander.DO NOT re randomly into the sky.ALWAYS store guns unloaded in a clean, dry place and out of reach of children and separated from ammunition.
Safe storage of your rearm is an important responsibility that every gun rearm to be used by anyone who does not understand its safe operation and who has not read NEVER alter any part of your gun.
Use ONLY Cobra Enterprises of Utah replacement parts.4ALWAYS have adequate ventilation at all times.Discharging rearms in poorly ventilated areas, to cause birth defects, reproduction harm and other serious injury.Wash hands thoroughly after it upon change of ownership or user.
A copy of the safety and instruction manual is available USE ONLY Factory loaded ammunition for which the gun is chambered as indicated on the barrel to prevent excessive pressure and possible serious injury to yourself or others around DO NOT rely on mechanical features only.It is YOUR responsibility to ensure safe The safe handling and storage of any rearm is the GUN OWNERS responsibility.Guns are very dangerous and can cause serious injury or death if they are handled or used inappropriately.You, as a gun owner, are responsible for your rearm at all times.Firearm safety and security are YOUR responsibility.NEVER disassemble your rearm beyond the procedures outlined in this manual.Serious injury or death can occur if your gun is not reassembled correctly.warranty.gunsmith or by Cobra Enterprises of Utahs Repair Department.
Failure to follow all of these basic safety rules may result in severe personal injury or DEATH to you or others.The safe use of a rearm is your personal responsibility.
The most important not be responsible for any personal injury, death or property damage that results from Cobra Enterprises of Utah will not be responsible for any personal injury, death or property Cobra Enterprises of Utah will not be responsible for any personal injury, death or property Cobra Enterprises of Utah will not be responsible for any personal injury, death or property Cobra Enterprises of Utah will not be responsible for any personal injury, death or property to safely secure your rearm.
ALWAYS be absolutely certain that your gun is stored safely and securely.Ammunition should always be stored seperatly from your rearm.8can damage or even rupture your rearm, causing personal injury, death or property damage.that meets industry standards and is the correct caliber and type for this rearm.The wrong rearm.There are other ammunitions that may t into your chamber.Firing ammunition not personal injury or death.9Magnum ammunition ONLY.(+P) loads in any Cobra Enterprises manufactured Derringer.We recommend changing to a different brand of ammunition if the spent cartridge cases have difculty extracting from the cylinder or chamber.Thoroughly cleaning the barrel chambers with solvent is also
Use ball nose ammunition only.INSPECTING YOUR DERRINGERaround the trigger area when checking your gun.ALWAYS keep the barrel pointed in a safe direction.Push the locking lever forward and push the barrel up to open
.Check to make sure that both barrels are free of live rounds and the barrels are free of any kind of obstructions.You must follow these rules EVERY time your gun is cleaned, handed to you or another person, DO NOT
rely on mechanical features only.
It is YOUR responsibility to ensure safe gun LOADING YOUR DERRINGERNEVER load your gun unless you are ready to use it.
ALWAYS keep your ngers away from and POSITION.Disengage the locking lever by pushing the lever forward to the unlocked position.LOADING 9mm and .380Use only the standard factory ammunition your Derringer is chambered for.DO NOT load or re Enterprises manufactured Derringer.
LOADING ALL CALIBERS EXCEPT 9mm AND .380Insert a cartridge into each chamber.
Close the barrel and push the locking lever towards the rear Use only the standard factory ammunition your Derringer is chambered for.Do not load or re Enterprises manufactured Derringer.NEVER leave a loaded rearm unattended.BEFORE carrying or holstering your gun BE POSITIVE that the hammer is in the HALF-COCK position and the SAFETY is ON.
ALWAYS keep your gun FIRING YOUR DERRINGERALWAYS keep your gun pointed in a safe direction.ALWAYS wear ear and eye protection designed for rearm use every time you re any rearm.DO NOT DRY FIRE YOUR DERRINGER.gun to re incorrectly.To re the gun, place your nger on the trigger and then pull the trigger in a downward motion The trigger pull weight on our Cobra Derringers is higher than on most rearms due level of safety.the trigger to move in its designed path (the path of lowest resistance).
Pull in a 15direction.
Keep your nger out of and away from the trigger.Press the locking lever forward UNLOADINGthe barrel and trigger.Be sure the trigger is in the forward position.Place the hammer in the lever by turning forward to the unlocked position.
Pull the barrel back to the open position.
ReVisually check the barrels to make sure they are empty.After unloading be sure to store your gun and ammunition separately.CLEANING AND MAINTAINANCEALWAYS be sure that your gun is not loaded before attempting to clean it.Your rearm has been treated with oil at the factory before shipping to protect it.
Oil should be cleaned from the bore, patch.Every time you clean your rearm check it for signs of wear.If wear is seen do not use NEVER disassemble your gun beyond the instructions in the Inspecting Your Derringer secALWAYS have adequate ventilation at all times.
Discharging rearms in poorly ventilated areas, to cause birth defects, reproduction harm and other serious injury.Wash hands thoroughly after CLEANING AND MAINTAINANCE FOR STORAGEand chambers should be oiled with a high quality lubricating oil or preservative intended for gunsmith or by Cobra Enterprises of Utahs repair department.Cobra Derringers come with a factory direct lifetime warranty.It covers all owners of the rearm.service.All warranty claims should state the model and serial number of the rearm being sent in for service.
Please enclose your name, physical address, and phone number.
Federal Firearms license holders can ship thru the U.S.P.S.with proper paperwork.Individuals must when sending in for service or repair.
We suggest that you insure when shipping.NEVER ship a WARRANTY EXCLUSIONSabuse, neglect, ordinary wear and tear to the nish, or unreasonable use, disassambly of the or carless handling or criminal misuse.Cobra Enterprises of Utah, Inc.
reserves the right to determine what is normal wear and tear.Cobra Enterprises of Utah, Inc will not be held responsible for damages, injury, STANDARD SERIES DERRINGERS22Standard Series Derringers Schematic23
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