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Diamondback DB380 DB380 6+1 380ACP 2.8" Reviews


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53 Reviews. Average Rating:    3.8 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
55% (29 of 53)
4 stars:
12% (6 of 53)
3 stars:
9% (5 of 53)
2 stars:
3% (2 of 53)
1 star:
20% (11 of 53)
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by Austin J Tuesday 21 November, 2017
Nice pistol for the price

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Bryan D Friday 17 November, 2017
Shipped fast..everything came with the gun like it was stated and it was brand new out the box...couldn't be happier with my first firearm...thanks definitely found a lifetime

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Lynn N Sunday 12 November, 2017
This gun was the worst that I have every had sent is back to the factory twice After that I told them (diamondback) to keep the gun don\'t even send my money back L Nolte

Rating:     1 of 5 Stars!
by Terry L Thursday 12 October, 2017
I\'ve had some reliability issues with my Diamondback DB-380 and research on the web seems to indicate that I am not the only one. First, my gun came with a Promag brand magazine that had a very week spring. I thought that this magazine spring might be the issue so I replaced it with a stronger spring from Wolff Gunsprings (their SKU 79071 spring). This helped but did not eliminate all the problems. A second problem seems to be the light weight (mass) of the gun itself. It provides very little resistance to recoil which (especially with lower powered, practice FMJ ammo) tends to produce FTF malfunctions. Even with just a moderate hold, much less a \"limp\" one, it sometimes does not want to feed. My experience indicates that, if you are shooting the lower-powered, practice ammo, you had better lock your wrist and bear down on this little gun like it was a 44 magnum that you do not want to move. With a super firm grip, the gun becomes much more reliable. If you use stronger, defensive ammo, the gun is a bit less sensitive and you don\'t need to \"death grip\" it so much. It still needs to be gripped firmly, however, even with hot ammo. Overall, because of this gun\'s tendency to produce FTF malfunctions, unless extra care is taken, I can only give it a mid-level rating. Outside of its sensitivity, the gun\'s fit and finish are actually good. It is a nice little .380 otherwise.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by richard b Friday 06 October, 2017
300 rounds and still a few stove pipes.Good practice gun but I don\'t know about cc.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Jon C Wednesday 27 September, 2017
I received my gun quickly and it was new in the box just as described. After reading other reviews I decided to disassemble and oil the gun before use. I purchased Fiocchi FMJ 95 grain ammo. I loaded one clip of 6 rounds. I fired all 6 rounds with zero flaws. The gun was surprisingly smooth for its size and I hit my 10 inch target all 6 times. I was roughly 18-20 feet from my target. I did not try to chamber 1+6 because that seemed to cause some issues according to other reviews. I am well pleased with 6 rounds for the price of this gun. It seems well made and is very concealable. I would purchase another without hesitation.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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