7 BARELY LEGAL Handguns the Government DOESN’T Want You to Know About

Pretty much every patriotic America understands how important it is to have a powerful and reliable handgun to protect yourself and your family. Well, have no fear, because 2017 is a HECK of a year for bada$$ new pistols!

We have analyzed and compared the BEST of the BEST to bring you a list of the 5 ultimate pistols of 2017 you just GOTTA own.

#1 – The Colt Cobra

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Some of y’all may remember the Colt Cobra, the nasty little revolver that reigned supreme from 1950 until 1981. It was light weight and powerful, any enthusiasts dream.

Well, 2017 is the year of REVIVAL for this mean little gun but with 1 HUGE improvement. Colt swapped out the old aluminum body for a 100% light-weight steel. That means this baby can now handle +P ammo (and 38 special). Throw in the 2-inch barrel and a fiber optic front sight and NOBODY will be messing with you.

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MSRP –  $699

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36 COMMENTS

    • Best semi auto ever built.
      The 1911 was designed by GOD and passed down on to mankind through his holy prophet John Moses Browning!

      • I will stay with my Colt Lightweight Commander in a shoulder holster. I’m not impressed with all the ‘greatest and best’ new hand guns appearing on the front pages of gun magazines.

  1. I agree with Mr. Fraser. My favorite backup gun of all time was my COP. From the side, it was very close in size to my Colt Mustang .380, but gave me four rounds of full house .357 mag. All four barrels shot to the same point at 25 yards, and a rotating striker fired the four chambers in succession. I miss that mean little motor scooter.

  2. This story was written by “Danny Gold” who modestly bills himself as “America’s number 1 writer.” He was freelancing and needed an additional $200.00 to pay his rent, so, he figured he would go on the Web and put together a meaningless, phony, crappy article about something that he knows nothing about – guns. Nice job, Danny! I think there is a Pulitzer in your future for this one!

    • Mr. Gold, all it will take to be noted for the coveted Pulitzer Prize is to just say it in your self-written bio. The editors at Liberty Writers apparently seem to care little for accuracy, and dare I say, integrity?

  3. Love the re introduction of the Cobra. A friend of mine had one in the 70s It was a pleasure to shoot even with my hot reloads. (pre plus p ammo) Most of the models discussed are over priced when compared to the competition. Ruger LCR and the Ruger LC9s out perform the models presented at a significantly lower price.

  4. I think Mr. Gold should start modeling clothes and give up writing. At least he may be able to count the buttons and get that right …

  5. Where is the gun wielded by the booby-babe that led most of us to click on this article? It must account for the final two guns not written about in the missing “NEXT GUN==>” links.

    I note that not one female has written a comment which indicates the truth that sex attracts in the world of journalism. Further proof is the “Sharing is Sexy” logo asking you to share the article with all your friends. Androgenous Millennials need not respond.

      • like most articles nowdays , the heading never tells you the truth . its just a ploy for advertisement . i have never seen so much false heading on articles just to get you to read it and to try to get you to buy a product . agrivating to say the least

  6. Any writer who calls a magazine “a clip” instantly loses all credibility as a writer. It is painfully obvious this “#1 Millennial Writer” hasn’t a clue about firearms.
    What is “barely legal” about these standard pistols (and a revolver)?
    I was expecting an article filled with SEVEN legal homemade pistols that barely got past the ATF’s Form One approval.
    … I wonder if the author even knows what the ATF Form One is?

  7. What about the Tarus Judge 45/410 with 3″chamber I own one it is the best revolver ever made, with oo. buck shot very awesome gun

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