Beretta 21A Bobcat Covert 22 LR 7 Rd Threaded Barrel $279 After Rebate J212125
The Beretta 21A Bobcat Covert is an excellent conceal carry with its compact size and low recoil. It comes chambered in .22LR with a 2.9 inch threaded barrel. Features include walnut grips, a recessed magazine release, low-profile sights, and a 7 round magazine.
21A BOBCAT COVERT FEATURES
The 21A Bobcat Covert with a tip-up barrel design that allows the user to load the chamber without slide retraction. The Covert model includes a factory threaded barrel with a thread cap, 1/2x28 thread suppressor intended for use with a .22 caliber projectile, a Bruniton finished slide and barrel along with high-grade walnut grips, recessed magazine release and fixed low-profile sights.
21A BOBCAT COVERT SPECIFICATIONS
- Caliber: 22 LR
- Model: 21A
- Series: Bobcat
- Frame Finish: Black Bruniton
- Action: SA / DA
- Barrel Length Range: 2" to 2.99"
- Slide Description: Black Bruniton Steel
- Capacity: 7+1
- Frame Material: Aluminum
- Grips: Walnut
- Hand: Right
- OAL: 8.70"
- Safety: Frame Safety
- Sight Configuration: Fixed Low Profile
- Sight Style: Fixed
- Thread Pattern: 1 / 2"-28 tpi
- Weight: 11.80 oz
- Barrel Description: Threaded
- Barrel Length: 2.90"
|CONDITION||New in Box|
|FINISH PER COLOR||Black|
|MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER||J212125|
|MODEL||21A Bobcat Covert|
|TYPE||Semi Auto Handguns|
I've shot 200 rounds through it so far- it's been 100% reliable with CCI Standards and CCI Mini Mags, as well as SK Flatnose Match. Thunderbolts were spotty at best, but then again they always are for me in everything I've tried.
Comparing this to an inox, non-threaded model I bought in 2020, the fit and finish is far better, it does seem far more reliable with standard velocity ammo, and the threaded barrel just begs to be suppressed. The MSRP is way too high on these, IMO, but with this deal plus rebate I was able to snag the Covert for less than the price of my Inox. Absolutely worth it!
Now to choose a 22 suppressor...
I got this Bobcat Covert .22LR as a shooting mate to the .32 Tomcat I recently purchased. No thoughts of it being for self defense, just for more economical plinking and I just like it so much. Had a couple of failure to feed in the first few rounds, but after shooting a bit and oiling haven’t had any other issues. I’ve only run about 150 rounds through it at this point. This pistol feels so good in my hands, looks great and seems like such a quality piece it’s a pleasure to have. Beretta’s rebate helped swing my purchase decision right now too. Basically picked up the Tomcat and Bobcat both for about Beretta’s msrp for either one. Loving this pistol. They both go perfectly with my Beretta 84 .380. Great siblings.
I bought this and the bobcat two tone inox with the standard barrel. Great pair to have plinkering. sometimes I use the plastic grips.
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