Colt Releases King Cobra Target Revolver

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posted on August 21, 2019
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As it continues to re-imagine its family of “snake guns,” Colt has released the King Cobra Target. Featuring a 4¼” barrel, adjustable rear sight, elevated fiber optic front sight, and custom wood medallion grips, this revolver was engineered to adapt the powerful .357 magnum King Cobra to the competitive range. Forged from American stainless steel, the 6-round capacity, double-action revolver is the third model in the modern King Cobra series. Colt reintroduced King Cobra .357 in January 2019, followed by the King Cobra Carry in May of 2019. Colt’s snake guns continue to be popular for defense, target shooting, and with collectors.

“After releasing the King Cobra earlier this year we received a flood of requests for a 4” model with adjustable sights,” said Justin Baldini, Colt director of marketing. “Our customers are excited to bring their Colts to the range and the King Cobra Target is engineered for accurate and enjoyable shooting.”  

MSRP is $999. For more, visit Colt.com.

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