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Pistols I'd like to see made

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by hkmp5g17, Oct 2, 2005.

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  1. hkmp5g17

    hkmp5g17 Member

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    :) Here are a few. What about you-any suggestions?

    Kahr pm.45 and 10mm
    Same thing for Glock/HK/Sig/Beretta/S&Wand XD (single column on all
    Compact 5.7mm pistols(yes I know what would happen ballistically)
    HK g36 for us civies (take a clue from FN!!
    Many others but I'll pass the mike!

    Who's next?

    Anthony
     
  2. Seven High

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    Colt Diamondback

    I'd like to see Colt re introduce the diamondback in stainless steel with .22lr and .22 magnum cylinders. :)
     
  3. hartzpad

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    1) Any double stack modern pistol chamberred in 7.62x25 Tokarev

    2) More 10mm pistols.
     
  4. crucible

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    A steel commander slide/officer's grip 1911 in 9x23 that doesn't take one's life savings.

    Cruc
     
  5. hkmp5g17

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    :what: Oh yeah!!! Bring back the grendel p-30! Please!!!!!
     
  6. kahr404life

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    Good Toys

    I would like to see a .308 Ruger Mini 14, 10mm Thompson Sub Gun with 50 round drum mag :p , new S&W revolvers without the stupid hammer lock :banghead: , Colt M-1908 .380 pocket model in stainless with Novak sights, titanium Ruger 10/22, stainless Browning HP (both 9mm & 40), adjustible sights on a .357 Ruger SP-101, a stainless M1 carbine in .357 maximum cal., and a .22 conversion unit for my kahr K40 :D .
     
  7. EddieCoyle

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    Any auto in .30 Carbine
     
  8. hkmp5g17

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    Ditto on many of those especially the .308. Ruger made prototypes and advertised one but never went to market. Also if someone would make an affordable M1a(ala Norinco) they'd make a killing! Colt's almost gone because Springfield Armory, Olympic Arms(and many others) copied their products at a lower price.
     
  9. hkmp5g17

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    Ruger, Beretta, AMT and??? Made .30 carbine pistols! Have you looked on gunsamerica?
     
  10. C-Note

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    A CZ-97B in 10mm. Get on the ball, CZ!
     
  11. Gordy Wesen

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    The SP101 should be chambered for the 10mm/.40 instead of the .357/.38.
     
  12. Rembrandt

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    Smith & Wesson model 41......in stainless steel.
     
  13. wardog

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    I'd like to see HK and/or SIG make a really small single stack 9mm (Make the P232 a tad bit smaller and chamber it 9mm somehow) and an even smaller .380. Preferrably with an aluminum frame.

    HK / SIG quality, Kel Tec size, without the Rohrbaugh price.
     
  14. HighVelocity

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    A double stack Sig P220 with 13-15 round capacity.
     
  15. nero45acp

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    SIG P225-ST (stainless rather than alloy frame)

    Springfield Armory Mil-Spec in 9mm (each pistol tested personally by Ron Leatham before it hits the shelves to make sure the damn thing isn't a jamamatic)



    Rifles/Carbines:

    Ruger Mini-14/30 with a heavy 16.25" barrel that comes with #2 20rd factory magazines and a letter of apology from Bill Ruger from the beyond (bonus if the letter has a faint odor of sulfur about it) :evil:

    M1 Carbine in 9mm


    nero
     
  16. hkmp5g17

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    Couple more- Cheap/but quality American made hk style rifles - no the parts guns don't count!

    Mossberg/Remington semi-Auto bullpup shotgun ala the old Hi Standard 10B but with surefire and optics rail.

    Bushmater m17 flattop with quadrail

    Ruger hicaps for the mini/14/30 (Why can't you make these!)
    Factory Ruger underfolder stock - again for the mini's

    Get rid of the NFA (fat chance)

    That's all for now folks..................
     
  17. Zach S

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    Para P16-10mm, with the old school extractor, and the old look (whats with the current cocking serrations and ribbed frontstraps anyway?).

    Para Nite-tac - in single action (with the old look and extractor). How about a gunsmith kit as well...

    All that comes to mind at the moment.
     
  18. Sandmann

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    Pistols

    1. Ruger P345 that has the option to accept 1911 mags.

    2. Ruger New Model Blackhawk convertible in .41 Mag, with a 10mm and .40 S&W cylinder.

    3. Ruger Derringer.


    Rifles


    1. Ruger Ranch Rifle in a SOCOM 16 configuration with an M-16 adapter, ala, the Remington 7615P Patrol Rifle.
    Barrel options: 16 inch, 18 inch, 20 inch with capable of taking M-16 flashhiders and an option for bayonet lug.
    Chambering options: 6.8 SPC, 6.5 Grendel, and 5.56 NATO. I think this platform would give the M-1A platform a run for its money if this could be priced under a $1,000.00.

    2. Ruger Deerfield Rifle in .30 Carbine that can take .30 Carbine USGI surplus magazines. This would be a fund gun.

    3. A Kel-tec Bullpup with 22" Barrel.
     
  19. hkmp5g17

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    WOWWW!!!!!! Buncha good ideas. I hope factory reps are looking!!!!
     
  20. Black Majik

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    Hmm...

    1) Bring the P220 9mm back!

    2) P225R

    3) Dehorned Colts from the factory.

    4) Hardchrome SA PRO

    5) 9mm & 10mm Colt Defender.

    6) 9mm S&W 1911Sc commander.

    7) Single stack Glock 9mm & .40 in G19/23/32 size.

    8) Pre-Series II Kimbers back in production w. internal extractors

    9) Subcompact 9/40/45 HK USP. (Their compact models are hardly compact!)
     
  21. albanian

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    Kahr K-9 with aluminum or titanium frame. PLEASE! That would be the very best CCW on the market today and I would pay whatever the cost to get it.

    A single stack 9mm Glock that was actually slim and compact. Not what the G-36 is to the G-30 but rather a new design that was actually worth losing the extra rounds for.

    A legal H&K MP-5 with collaspable stock and fake can.

    A RELIABLE tiny auto like the P-32 or P3-AT but made better.
     
  22. mrapathy2000

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    while were at it.

    I would like a suitcase nuke
     
  23. jlh26oo

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    Kahr's teasing me with the T9. I can tell, they really want to make a full size, but just can't go all the way. Otherwise that thing meets the criteria for the "perfect" pistol I'd like to see made:

    9mm
    Full size, all steel
    DAO
    Flat sides with no safeties, no decocking levers, other mechanisms
    american made


    Hey albanian- do all Kahrs require a tool to field stip for routine cleaning? Not something you can do quickly and easily, or about average?
     
  24. boots

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    glocks with steel frames

    i'm not talking a about a totally redesigned frame with grip panels or anything like that, but just substitute the polymer of the glock with steel. i have other ideas, but i want to patent them first.
     
  25. jlh26oo

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    Dude. Boots. I said that in a similar thread in GT asking about your "fantasy" glock. I got ripped for it.
     
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