Cobra Firearms Denali .380

Cobra Firearms Denali 380 tan right side

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the Cobra Firearms Denali .380 pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

Cobra Firearms‘ Denali .380 is a single-action semiauto pistol built on a black polymer frame with an alloy slide, and chambered in .380 ACP. This pistol appears to be closely related to Cobra’s alloy framed CA380 pocketgun.

Other features include:

  • A blowback design;

    The Denali .380 from the right.
    The Denali .380 with the tan finish on the slide, from the right.
  • fixed sights;
  • a manual thumb safety;
  • a push-button magazine release;
  • no slide lock;
  • angled, rear grip serrations on the slide;
  • black polymer grip panels, which reportedly are no longer grooved (unlike the photos); and
  • an extended finger grip.

Available slide finishes include black cerakote, satin cerakote, tan cerakote, OD green cerakote and blue.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
.380 ACP 5 2.8″ 5.4″ 3.92″ 1″ 17 oz., empty


MSRP: $175

More Photos

The Denali .380 with the blue slide finish, from the left.
The Denali .380 with the blue slide finish, from the left.

1 comment

  1. Just purchased a Denali. I really do believe Cobra has stepped it up with this 380. 100 rounds with one stovepipe and I haven’t cleaned it yet or before I fired it. (on purpose)
    I have had more expensive firearms cause more problems out of the box. Longetivity? Don’t know yet but, for what it is I’m impressed.

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