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Gunmakers releasing too many newly released guns that you want

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by elcaminoariba, Nov 22, 2010.

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  1. elcaminoariba

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    My list includes that new rossi ranch hand. yum yum

    Then there's the pmr 30 .22 mag.

    Somebody tell these gun manufacturers to quit making so many cool new guns (kidding).
     
  2. Bernie Lomax

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    I know how you feel. I recently bought an LCP, and then, right afterwards, Ruger came out with the SR9c, which I would've much rather had.
     
  3. Spec ops Grunt

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    Mine goes in the opposite tastes. I wish they made the old designs again!
     
  4. elcaminoariba

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    Such as? You could say that the rossi ranch hand is an old design.
     
  5. Spec ops Grunt

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    I want an American manufactured 1897 or Garand or Makarov.



    Why don't we bring back some on JMB's old Colt pocket pistols. Those things ooze class.
     
  6. CraigC
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    I agree!
     
  7. Dravur

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    Seriously?

    I honestly haven't seen anything interesting from any manufacturer lately. Just same old, same old.
     
  8. InkEd

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    Really?

    Ruger LCR. Polymer frame revolver with cam trigger.
    Wilson Spec-Ops 9. Polymer framed 1911 in 9mm.
    FN SCAR. The recent SOCOM rifles.
    Taurus Judge. 410/45lc revolver.
    XD(m)/M&P/Gen4 Glock. Removeable backstraps.

    While they've been out a couple years, they are still pretty new. The LCR was very innovative.
     
  9. doc2rn

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    I want old tried and true steel guns like the BHP and Colt Python to come back into production again. Combat plastic just doesn't do it for me.
     
  10. jimmyraythomason

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    Me too! I like some "updated" firearms but every "inovation" isn't necessarily an improvement. I never wait in long lines at a movie theater to see the first showing of a movie when I can wait a while and rent or buy the video. If the newly released guns are any good they will stay around awhile and I can pick one up at leisure or if it is a turkey,I won't have one to get rid off. By waiting I will know the difference.
     
  11. WalkAbout

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    I want a Taurus Circuit Judge. I have absolutely NO use for that thing, but damn if it dont look cool!

    b
     
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