Ruger is at it again....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    - More power to anyone that is comfortable pocket carrying a 20.5oz. gun. I have a Kahr PM9 and I think it's a little large and heavy for comfortable pocket carry, especially when you factor in a holster.
    I'm with you. I can't imagine pocket carrying a 20 ounce gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    I'm with you. I can't imagine pocket carrying a 20 ounce gun.
    A good belt and proper holster will make it quite comfortable and easy to conceal. Of course, adequate pocket depth is paramount.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9c4me View Post
    LanceORYGUN thanks for the info on the Sig P290, any idea when it will be released? Looking forward to reviews and prices on it and the LC9.
    There was a thread all about the SIG P290 in the General Firearms forum here on this website just a couple of weeks ago.

    Reports are that it will have a MSRP that is anywhere from $90 to $200 more than the Ruger LC9, depending on the source quoted. Both of these guns will be shown at the big 2011 Shot Show this month. As far as when any new firearm will make it to dealer shelves, I believe that only God knows that.

    Here is a link to the previous discussion about the SIG P290:

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...available-soon.


    A representative from SIG had said a couple of months ago that the SIG P290 would be on dealer shelves by Christmas. However, that obviously did not happen.

    If you want to listen to the complete interview all about the P290, checkout the Podcast on this web page at GunTalk:

    http://guntalk.libsyn.com/guntalk-2010-11-14-part-a

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    I'm with you. I can't imagine pocket carrying a 20 ounce gun.

    People have been pocket carrying steel framed S&W J frame snub nosed revolvers for many decades, and they weigh 22 to 23 oz.

    Even the tiny Walther PPK in .380 weighs 20.8 oz So this SIG is no more heavy than a PPK.

    If you are having problems with your pants, do what us old farts do, and wear suspenders.

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    Eh, I think I'll stick with my First Edition Walther PPS thank you.
    Gun control can be blamed in part for allowing 9/11 to happen.
    "Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum" (Latin)- "If you want peace, prepare for war".

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottabkiddin View Post
    What you say is true for sure, but I for one would like to check it out. Right off the bat I'd say I'll probably pick one up. I like the looks of it, and it appears to have all the key controls that I like a auto to have. Normally I'd wait a year or so for a new design to prove itself, but I think Ruger is a solid gun maker and not to concerned with their quality. It kinda conflicts with what I was wanting to get next though. I want to pick up a SP101. I might have to get both.
    Well after thinking about it some more I'll back off a shade. IF Ruger's pricepoint is low enough people will buy them. I'm thinking that the gun will be nicer than a Keltec and cheaper than a Kahr (or a Walther, Sig, etc.). If they can stay below the Kahr's pricepoint the niche is there and they will sell a ton of them.
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterborne View Post

    COOL !!!!!

    Nice poodle shooter.

    Might have to pop for one for the wife.
    (and we ALL know that just means buying it for ME) LOL

    CA and MA hate it...... TWO more reasons it must be a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marionmedic View Post
    CA and MA hate it...... TWO more reasons it must be a good one.

    Nothing about the gun itself would disqualify it from purchase in those states.

    However, the process to get a handgun certified for sale in those states is quite a lengthy procedure. There is a lot of Government Red Tape involved.

    People in California and Massachusetts will have to wait for the gun.

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