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    Quote Originally Posted by camsdaddy View Post
    9mm SP101
    They did that one already - I have one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cphilip View Post
    I am sort of excited but... we shall see...

    In the mean time I been staring at this one with some interest...



    http://www.ruger.com/products/gunsit...le/models.html

    I am too. I had been wanting to get a tricked out, tack driving, long range bolt action for a while now, but in all reality, I can barely see much at 800 - 1,000 yards with the naked eye, let along hit someone at that range. Soooo, the thought of a decent all around Scout rifle had been nagging me in the back of my mind lately.

    And then Ruger comes up with this version. I'm really giving it a lot more thought now. Realistically, for me anyway in a SHTF scenario, I'd likely be engaging predators no further out than 350 yards or so. If I have to go further out, I always have my trusty .30-06 Mauser '98.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    My dream though would be a slim pocket rocket in 9mm made by Glock.
    I'd jump on one of those in heartbeat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    I am too. I had been wanting to get a tricked out, tack driving, long range bolt action for a while now, but in all reality, I can barely see much at 800 - 1,000 yards with the naked eye, let along hit someone at that range. Soooo, the thought of a decent all around Scout rifle had been nagging me in the back of my mind lately.

    And then Ruger comes up with this version. I'm really giving it a lot more thought now. Realistically, for me anyway in a SHTF scenario, I'd likely be engaging predators no further out than 350 yards or so. If I have to go further out, I always have my trusty .30-06 Mauser '98.
    Would certainly be easier to scope this than a M1A variant but the proprietary mag use here is sort of a bummer. Still the street price should be much better than a M1A though. Wonder what it is selling for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    Me too!

    I would buy one tomorrow if that was what they developed. My dream though would be a slim pocket rocket in 9mm made by Glock.
    "Coming soon to Glock's line-up.................

    First we brought you the Competition, Standard, Compact, Sub Compact, and Slime Line of Glock Perfection!

    NOW INTRODUCING THE MICRO LINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    9MM AND 40CAL!!!!!!

    Available Summer of 2011!!"


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    I'll wager its going to be a defensive shotgun of some flavor. Or maybe a PCC, a new design or even a remake. Those are the two I'd do if I were sitting at the head of Rugers corporate table.

    A Ruger 2011 would be a logical guess, but I think ultimately, it would be a failure for Ruger due to a over saturated 1911 market.
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    Whatever it is, you won't be able to find one for a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBXMan View Post
    Whatever it is, you won't be able to find one for a year.
    Sure you will; They'll all be back at Ruger for the recall.
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    To me a Pocket 9 makes a lot of sense given the success of the LCP. A defensive pump shotgun to compete would also be a great thing. as they dont really have anything on the market like that.
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    Okay, I'll play....
    9mm SP101; they did that but they'd have instant sales but only for a while; but low cost to tool up assuming they still have some of the tooling; but then they're competing iwth their own SP101 and competing for line time on the same lines so they'd actually be working against themselves.

    A 9mm competitor against the PM9 or PF9 would work, base it on the LCP only on steroids.

    Really dreaming? an SP101 .22 with adjustable sights

    God only knows but I'm also of the opinion it'll be absolutely under whelming....but we can hope, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by camsdaddy View Post
    9mm SP101
    Already been done if you count 9mm Federal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlockJS View Post
    "Coming soon to Glock's line-up.................

    First we brought you the Competition, Standard, Compact, Sub Compact, and Slime Line of Glock Perfection!

    NOW INTRODUCING THE MICRO LINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    9MM AND 40CAL!!!!!!

    Available Summer of 2011!!"


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    Dude:

    That already happened over 3 years ago. Where were you in 2007 when the Walther PPS was announced?

    Is uses the same type of trigger system as the Glock, and takes down just the same, using the exact same style of slide lock.




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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceORYGUN View Post
    Dude:

    That already happened over 3 years ago. Where were you in 2007 when the Walther PPS was announced?

    Is uses the same type of trigger system as the Glock, and takes down just the same, using the exact same style of slide lock.




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    Yeah, but they got the name wrong on the side of the gun!!
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    As for handguns, they've got lots of bases covered: pocket .380, j frame size light revolvers in .38 and .357, slightly larger heavy snub revolvers and large frame revolvers in MANY calibers, mid size 9mm SR9, small 9mm SR9c, large semi-autos P series in multiple calibers.

    Seems one thing that is missing is a sub compact .45 auto. I'll go with that guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    As for handguns, they've got lots of bases covered: pocket .380, j frame size light revolvers in .38 and .357, slightly larger heavy snub revolvers and large frame revolvers in MANY calibers, mid size 9mm SR9, small 9mm SR9c, large semi-autos P series in multiple calibers.

    Seems one thing that is missing is a sub compact .45 auto. I'll go with that guess.
    So going straight to the SR45C? I kinda wondered about that too. I'd probably be in the market for one, but I don't know if I'd classify that as a "gun that one just HAD to have" but that could just be marketing hype too.

    What about an SR22C? With like a 30 round capacity? HeHe I guess they'd have to name it something else, as that is their .22 AR.

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