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Cobray Company
Type Private
Fate Dissolved
Successor Leinad
Founder(s) Wayne and Sylvia
Headquarters Westhope, North Dakota, U.S.
Area served Predominately U.S.
Industry firearms
Products Pistols, Shotguns, Rifles, Automatic Firearms
Website http://www.cobray.com

The Cobray Company was a manufacturer of sub-machine guns and semi-automatic carbines, handguns and shotguns as well as less-than-lethal 37mm launchers. These were manufactured by SWD.

Contents

Cobray models

Legal issues

A 357 Magnum pistol.

After some legal troubles, the company changed its name to Leinad (Daniel spelled backwards) and produced at least four new models which were designed to conform with the ban on assault weapons that was then in effect.

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Leinad models

Closure of company

The owners of Leinad chose to shut down the company because of the changes in the gun laws and the divorce of company founders Wayne and Sylvia Daniels. The Cobray Trademark is registered to a privately owned company in the US. They continue to manufacture parts and accessories for the firearms as well.

References

  1. ^ Angelfire article on Pocket Pal
  2. ^ http://www.gungarage.com/cobray-terminator-shotgun-manual.jpg
  3. ^ Long, Duncan (2004). Streetsweepers: The Complete Book of Combat Shotguns. Paladin Press. p. 66. ISBN 158160436X.  

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