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This is a discussion on New Rugers within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My list may miss one or two but Ruger has all sorts of new guns on their site. SR1911 Commander SR45- I'm sure the SR45c ...

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    Cool New Rugers

    My list may miss one or two but Ruger has all sorts of new guns on their site.

    SR1911 Commander
    SR45- I'm sure the SR45c is on the way
    SR22 with silver anodize finish
    SR22 with threaded barrel
    LC380- basically LC9 for 380, I don't get that one so much
    LCR 22 Mag WMRF
    Super Redhawk Alaskan in 480
    Super Redhawk in 480
    Single Nine 22 WMRF

    And it looks like the P345 has been dropped from the lineup and replaced by the SR45

    I'm still hoping that they introduce an LCR 9mm.
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    Great! Now we only need to wait 10-12 months for the supply circus to catch up.
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    sr45c with a 3.5 barrel would be nice.
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    Just noticed that there are a bunch of new rifles too.
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    Question is, with the p345 gone, is the Sr45 single or double stack? I have a p345 and like the single stack size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mulle46 View Post
    Question is, with the p345 gone, is the Sr45 single or double stack? I have a p345 and like the single stack size.
    Appears to be double stack. I would think so with a 1.27" width.

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    Oooh, that Commander looks nice. I've been looking for one in my price range (under $800). Gotta come up with a way to convince the husband I need yet another pistol, lol! I promised him I'd look into a rifle for myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sioux565 View Post
    Appears to be double stack. I would think so with a 1.27" width.
    yeah, just checked the width of my duty g21, it's 1.28, so the sr45 would be double stack.
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    LC380 looks interesting. All the advantages of the LC9 without all the lawyer safety garbage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctr View Post
    LC380 looks interesting. All the advantages of the LC9 without all the lawyer safety garbage.
    I think that the LC380 does have all the lawyer stuff.

    From the website- "SAFETY FEATURES include internal lock, manual safety, magazine safety and loaded chamber indicator which provides
    visual and tactile indication that chamber is loaded."
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    SR Commander=smart move for Ruger.

    A 9mm LCR would be the cake as well.

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    At first I thought the LC380 was an upgrade to the LCP address the recoil and sight (lack there of) issues, but then I realized it's the exact same size as the LC9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlately View Post
    At first I thought the LC380 was an upgrade to the LCP address the recoil and sight (lack there of) issues, but then I realized it's the exact same size as the LC9.
    I was hoping that was the case too!

    Quote Originally Posted by ctr View Post
    LC380 looks interesting. All the advantages of the LC9 without all the lawyer safety garbage.
    Look again!

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    Someone on the LCP forum claims to have handled a new LCP at a gun shop his cousin works at. Said the trigger pull was shorter and the sights were more pronounced. At first people thought he was confusing it with the LC380, but he owns both and LCP and an LC9 and was sure this was an LCP. Checking the LCP's page on ruger.com, there's no mention of changes but the sights on the image DO look more pronounced when I compared it to mine. Specifically the front.
    If that's the case it's not much of a change, but it show's they're listening... at least a little. If after market company's can put "real" sights on I don't think it'd be much of a challenge for Ruger to do it standard.

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    Bummer. Wonder what happened, did Ruger hire some guys from S&W? Gees, guns are supposed to go bang.

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