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    Default Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    Hey guys,

    Well to keep this short and sweet I don't quite know where the tiny ball in the derringer goes.

    It's called the "lock and safety ball", and it rolled out of somewhere I'm not aware of.

    I looked all over the web and can't seem to find any info on it.
    Any ideas or help?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    My guess:

    Apparently there is a safety that slides side to side. There is a small spring that apparently sits in a hole and 'points' toward the middle area of the safety. Atop the spring is a small ball bearing that rides on the middle of the safety button.

    That's my best guess from looking at a parts breakdown. Best wishes!
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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    IANAL. I don't give legal advice. I'm only stating my OPINION.
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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    Apparently there is another spring & ball (same part numbers) used on the lock. You'll find one of those balls are missing (on safety or lock) and needs to be put back in place.
    IANAL. I don't give legal advice. I'm only stating my OPINION.
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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    Ok nice, the one that rolled out is the one near the trigger. I'm still not sure how it connects or where it exactly goes though. On the spring by the locking lever hole? I'm laughing at myself cause in stumped by a derringer!

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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    Looking at the diagram, two identical springs are used and two identical balls are used. One spring and ball is the detent for the safety. The other spring and ball is apparently a detent for the lock/lock lever.
    Last edited by Bang; September 22nd, 2013 at 12:59 AM. Reason: cut redundant info

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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    It is better to clang than ping...

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    Default Re: Cobra derringer 9mm assembly problem

    Its even better to read the date on a thread before replying.
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    It's OK...I'm used to waiting.
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