Cobra (TV Series)
Nice, but where's the trigger?
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Cobra was a 1993 action series filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia and ran for one season in syndication from 1993 to 1994. The series starred B movie action star Michael Dudikoff as former Navy SEAL Robert "Scandal" Jackson, who after being shot and left for dead, is given a new face and new identity. He then is asked to work for a secret government agency known as Cobra, which assists those in trouble that can't defend themselves. The series also co-starred Allison Hossack and James Tolkan (of Back to the Future fame). The series had no connection to the 1986 Sylvester Stallone action film of the same name (the series' original title of the series was Viper, but was changed due to a similarly-themed series being developed by a different company).
The following weapons were used in the television series Cobra (TV Series):
Danielle LaPointe (Allison Hossack) wields a Taurus PT92AF in the series.
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Another thug threatens "Scandal" Jackson with an S&W auto, whereas Danielle LaPointe rushes to disarm him.
In the Pilot episode, thug fires a hidden derringer into the face of Robert "Scandal" Jackson, nearly killing him.
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Rifles / Carbines
Knights Armament Ruger Revolver Rifle
An assassin uses a Knights Armament Ruger Revolver rifle (which was pretty cutting edge since the weapon was unveiled only one year earlier in 1992).
The M91S was used by Sgt. Clay Miller (Sam J. Jones) in "Pilot, Part II" (S1E02). These custom-built weapons have notably been seen in several films and TV shows produced in British Columbia; Cobra appears to be the earliest on-screen appearance of these weapons.
The M91R is also used by Miller's men in "Pilot, Part II" (S1E02). The M91Rs seen in this film are the same guns later seen in Battlestar Galactica: Razor and Smallville, but in this show, they are fitted with the same style flash hider seen on the M91S and are missing the modified front-end seen in later television appearances. As with the aforementioned M91S machine pistols above, Cobra appears to be the earliest on-screen appearance of these weapons.