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Offline PhilZ

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Re: production break down on the k380
« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2017, 07:48:39 PM »
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Re: production break down on the k380
« Reply #16 on: July 01, 2023, 02:55:28 AM »

So who has the Robar Rohrbaugh .380?

Anyone fessing up?

Could this have been the orginal Rohrbaugh Robar 380?  Eric do you remember the SN?  The linc is K121

https://www.collectorsfirearms.com/products/139499-firearms-380-380-acp-caliber-pistol-special-order-model-with-robar-np3-finish-a-premium-grade-380-pocket-pistol-wit-pr21593.html


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Re: production break down on the k380
« Reply #17 on: July 02, 2023, 07:59:41 PM »
Hey Corey,

It is a good shot that that particular R380 is original. We did a few of those with Robbie Barkmann's NP3 treatment.
That little .380 shot like a .25 Automatic due to the locking breath rather than the traditional blowback designs of most .380 pistols.
So sweet of a gun she was. Keep in mind what you see here, although no longer available as it was sold, is just an NP3-coated R380. It is not a Rohrbaugh Robar version. Those had items that were hand polished by our in-house jeweler which this pistol does not have. However, it's still a sweet pistol and sold!  Someone has a nice R380 for sure.

Eric R.
Makers of the NRA Shooting Illustrated: "Handgun of the Year for 2005" and receiver of an NRA Golden Bullseye Award.