|Cobra Land Defence Pistol|
|Used by||Rhodesian farmers and landowners|
|Wars||Rhodesian Bush War|
|Designer||Lacoste Engineering, Kommando Arms.|
|Rate of fire||Semi-automatic fire|
|Feed system||Uzi type box magazines|
The Cobra Submachine Gun is a 9mm folding-stocked semi-automatic machine pistol of Rhodesian origin manufactured during the Rhodesian Bush War era. The weapon looks like a mix of the Ingram MAC-11's receiver; the Uzi's pistol grip, forend, and folding stock; and a shortened version of the L2 Sterling Machine Carbine's shrouded barrel. It was intended as a 'Land Defence Pistol' for white Rhodesian farmers. Around 2,500 individual firearms were produced at some point between 1968 and 1979.
- "9mm "Cobra" hand carbine". www.classicarms.co.za. http://www.classicarms.co.za/default.php?ipkProductID=885&sid=37ipkCat=37. Retrieved 15 December 2012.
- "PATHFINDER COMPANY". www.newrhodesian.net. http://www.newrhodesian.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=370&start=30. Retrieved 15 December 2012.
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