I'm sorry. It's the external extractor. It's so... not what I would expect from Ed Brown.:grin::grin::grin: "Interesting pistol"....*** translation = WTF! **** :grin::grin::grin:
I admit, not for everyone..... I like it though, it doesn't look like everything else in the safe.
The next step is for enough of us EB owners to apply pressure to get a .38 super option or conversion parts for them.Thanks for posting this. I've had my eye on these and kind of reserving a future spot for one. I don't know how one could go wrong for the quality/price of these. I hope with the slimmed slide they will fit tight in existing commander leather. Awaiting owner feedback after a few have been wrung out at the range.
I have an early model KC and I'm interested in comparing them. I was hoping to make a range trip today but I have come down with the whole scratchy throat, drippy nose, stuffed head thing.Handled one of these at SHOT. Man, it was slick as glass. I could not even feel it when the slide and barrel lug separated when the slide retracted. The narrowed slide and bobtail made it seem like a much more compact gun, even though it's on a full frame.Looked to have the same quality as the more expensive EBs.
I'm not sure if I fully understand your question correctly but this might answer it. The EVO slide is 1/4" shorter than the Kobra and it is .05" thinner. The frames are the same.Anxious to see the comparison, TheCollector. I didn't measure the difference in the slides, if you think, can you do that? The comparison to the the EMP slide size fits, but I was of the understanding that otherwise the frame is straight 1911.