Guns I want to see made again!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by zx12rider, Oct 10, 2008.

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  1. denfoote

    denfoote Member

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    I'd like to see somebody, preferably Walther, start making the P38 kurz again.
    I remember Napoleon Solo carried one and I always thought they were neat!!
     
  2. burningsquirrels

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    cz-40b.
     
  3. wnycollector

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    YUP CZ should make the 40B again!
     
  4. burningsquirrels

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    they should just kick colt in the nuts and make 'em anyways.
     
  5. JT in VA

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    1) Smith and Wesson 696 (5 shot L frame 3-inch .44 special)
    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?
     
  6. red headed stranger

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    Indeed. Then we could get some more mags made.
     
  7. sniper5

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    Mauser HSc. I have no logical reason, I just always liked it.
     
  8. Storm

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  9. briang2ad

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    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.
     
  10. burningsquirrels

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    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...
     
  11. 4thPointOfContact

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    SMLE No.4 in 7.62x51 with the 10-12 magazine from the Ishapore 2A1. Have scout scope mounting points standard, for good measure.

    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.
     
  12. theNoid

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    Ok, I know it's not a semi but I sure wish S&W would reintroduce the model 647 back into production.

    Noidster
     
  13. F=ma

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    S&w 360 3"
     
  14. Eightball

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    Since we're throwing out options....

    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 P5.

    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.
     
  15. Beagle-zebub

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    A Smith 1006 at a price that isn't astronomical would be nice.
     
  16. PRM

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    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.
     
  17. KC0QGL

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    My vote would be for an Old Model Blackhawk. I like my Dads old model more then my New Model. Mostly because I was raised with SA, non transfer bar revolvers.
     
  18. Rod B

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    A "high quality" replica of the Hi Standard supermatic target pistols.

    Not the junk that has been recently produced by the clone factories.
     
  19. orionengnr

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    S&W revolvers without the ILS. Let's start with the 625.
    Somebody had to say it :)
     
  20. m.p.driver

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    A sauer h38 in .380,slap on some novak sights and you got something that will put a ruger pocket carry to shame.
     
  21. hksw

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    A non-custom 1911 with 7" barrel in both .45ACP and 10mm and actually works reliably.
     
  22. -v-

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    +1 on the Mauser C96 in 9mm or 7.62x25, especially the 7.62x25
     
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