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New Firearms listed on Ruger.com

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by NormH3, Jan 3, 2013.

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  1. NormH3

    NormH3 Member

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    Not sure if anyone else has seen, Ruger has it's newest firearms on it's website. Among them SR45 and LCR in 22m
     
  2. funklord12

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    Thanks for the heads up. I also saw a commander size SR1911 while on website.
     
  3. mdauben

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    So, more models that they can't produce enought of to keep the retailers in stock? :p
     
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    LC380 as well, can't tell if it has the manual safety but it appears to be a bit bigger than the LCP (+1 capacity, actual sights).
     
  5. TarDevil

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    God is good! :)
     
  6. wannabeagunsmith

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    That new LC380 looks SWEET!!!!
     
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    Looks like it has a manual safety. It's exactly like an LC9, but in .380acp.
     
  8. Carter

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    Now I'm torn wether I want the m&p 45 or an SR45. Oh the agony!!!
     
  9. R.W.Dale

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    What is with the fascination with handguns in 22m?


    From a short handgun 22mag is nothing more that a loud obnoxious 22lr that costs as much as 9mm to shoot




    posted via that mobile app with the sig lines everyone complains about
     
  10. skeeziks

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    I'll never give up my Sig...but I DO Love the idea that the SR45 holds 2 more rounds!
    I'll definetly have to borrow one to try.
     
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    There's a commander length SR1911 now too!! Prices up too, $829 for the SR1911s now...
     
  12. TarDevil

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    Wonder if the SR45 will fit my SR9 holsters?
     
  13. wow6599

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    They already copy Kel-Tec's designs, so why not follow their production model.
     
  14. PedalBiker

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    The SR45 barrel is 1/3" longer, but they claim the width is the same.

    This is one I'd consider. I like the P345 all except for the safety.
     
  15. 4thHorseman

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    I just got finished reading an article about Ruger 1911 about a month or so ago in a gun rag. It stated Ruger has no intention of selling a Commander style for a at least several years because the list for the full size 1911 is over a year wait in manufacturing it.
    So here it is now...
    Interesting...
     
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    My sentiments exactly.
     
  17. TennJed

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    It is a gun isn't it? What more do you want
     
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    so no more k345?
     
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    Looking at how well the distribution of the SR1911 full-size has gone, this time frame makes perfect sense. Ruger does a great job of building hype, then keeping our (my) interest because the production can't keep up with the demand.
     
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