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The King cobra (Ophiophagus hannah), also known as the Hamadryad, is a venomous snake species in the family Elapidae, endemic to forests from India through Southeast Asia. It is threatened by habitat destruction and has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 2010.
It is the world's longest venomous snake. Adult king cobras are 3.18 to 4 m (10.4 to 13.1 ft) long. The longest known individual measured 5.85 m (19.2 ft).
Despite the word "cobra" in its common name, this species does not belong to the genus Naja, the true cobras, but is the sole member of its own genus Ophiophagus. It preys chiefly on other snakes and occasionally on some other vertebrates, such as lizards and rodents. It is a dangerous snake when agitated or provoked that has a fearsome reputation in its range, although it is typically shy and avoids confrontation with humans when possible.
The king cobra is a prominent symbol in the mythology and folk traditions of India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. It is the national reptile of India.
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WTS: Brand New in box , top of the line, 2021 Colt King Cobra Target 357 Magnum stainless steel revolver with 4.25” barrel and wood grips. This revolver can also shoot 38 special ammo.
This is the newest version King Cobra, and likely the last...
Colt - King Cobra - .357 Magnum - 6 inch (153 mm)
Nice handgun, OEM unused matching box
Year of manufacture: 1988
I acquired this firearm over a decade ago, minimally used or fired before I acquired and not fired at all since I’ve owned the gun, only regularly cleaned, mostly stored.
Hey guys I have a few pistols I'm offering up for sale, they include:
HK USP45 Tac - asking $1750
Walther PPS M2 LE - asking $475
CMMP Banshee MKGs 9mm 300 - asking $1600 (NO BOX)
All pistols have been shot less than 200 rounds with the exception of the Walther which probably has 800 through it...
Selling my Colt King Cobra Target .357 Magnum. Bought new in 2019. Only shot 1 box of .38 Special and 18 rounds of .357 Magnum.
Including in this deal:
1 box of Winchester.38 Special Target loads.
Partial box of S&B .357 Magnum 32 rounds
1 20 round box of Federal .357 Magnum HP
1 50 round box...
... I have a way to carry this dandy $900 horse pistol, uhm snake gun. It's a suede leather fanny pack from this link:
Amazon.com : LARGE - Concealed Carry Fanny Pack RUGGED ULTRA-SOFT SUEDE LEATHER-Brown : Sports & Outdoors by an outfit called DTOM, Don't Tread on Me.
What do people here...
Looking to trade for a bolt gun in 6.5 creedmore. Or 243. I'm starting to enjoy longer range shooting and trading is the only way to fund it.
I have ammo to go with the gun since its impossible to find 38's and 357's.
Probably shot 300 rds through it so far.
Trigger is very smooth!
Was brousing at Sportsman today and noticed a neat looking revolver. Colt King Cobra 357 with the factory wood grips. Loved the way it felt. Now trying to decide Do I sell my half lug Ruger GP100 357 with original box to help pay for it? Or just keep the Ruger and not worry about buying the...
For sale is my 1990 Colt King Cobra in beautiful blue finish. I've owned this gun for 3 years and have only shot it once. It's been a safe queen since and now looking for a new home. No cylinder slop, crisp clean trigger, and very minimal wear. IMO, this gun scores an easy 8.5/10. Model number...
I wanted to get away from politics, and back to firearms.
I think we are all familiar with Colts 7 Serpents, The Python, Diamondback, Cobra, Anaconda, King Cobra, Boa and Viper.
Do you own or have you experience with any of these cult classics.
What would be your choice if you could only own...