Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by zx12rider, Oct 10, 2008.
I remember Napoleon Solo carried one and I always thought they were neat!!
they should just kick colt in the nuts and make 'em anyways.
2) A Charter Arms Bulldog Pug of the quality they used to make
3) Ruger PC9 and PC40 that take glock mags
4) J frame Smith that takes 40 S/W - was a model 940?
Indeed. Then we could get some more mags made.
If someone were smart
They'd reintroduce the STAR PD with BETTER metallurgy (which seems easy today). They could make it in the Phillipines (Hello Armscor) and sell it for $450 - and actually have parts for it.
dude, just buy the 12 rounder mec-gars for the cz-75b in 40sw and they work better than the originals. i have ten that work in 1200 rounds a month with speed reloads.
if you need 10 rounders, there should be cz-75b 40sw mags in that capacity as well...
American 180 .22LR ( but only if new automatic weapons are allowed. Who Wouldn't want to write their name with a full-auto .22?)
High Standard Model 10B bullpup shotgun... except made on another chassis. The 10A and 10B were innovative, but the execution wasn't optimal.
A modern LeMatt revolver, with a normal side-gate loading action combined with a slide-forward barrel for the shotgun axis.
A Colt 1908.
A Colt 357, or at least the Colt Trooper.
A 9mm TT33.
C96 clones in the various calibres.
That's about it on my list.
Colt DA Revolvers
Colt Double Action Revolvers - They dropped one of their best lines. This is not a revolver vs semi statement. Just a shame to see these great classics not made anymore.
Not the junk that has been recently produced by the clone factories.
Somebody had to say it
A non-custom 1911 with 7" barrel in both .45ACP and 10mm and actually works reliably.
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