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I wanted to check with the members here to see if there are any specific requests for pictures/info on anything at SHOT SHOW 2018?

I will be attending this year and wanted to see if I could help anyone out.
 
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2X

see if we can maybe split them as I'm going Tuesday and Thursday.




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Sounds good. let's see what everyone wants and figure it out. Maybe we can run into each other.
 
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Can you see if Marlin actually has any physical examples of the 1894SBL? That is the 16" stainless .44 magnum lever rifle with the laminated wood stock. They have been vaporware for years, but apparently they are back in the 2018 catalog. I don;t believe they really exist! Thanks.

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I'm attending too. Anyone wants to meet up, I'm game.
 
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a question for:

FN Herstal,

Any plans of a subcompact in 5.7x28?


and Thank you for making this thread!


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SIG P210 Legend Carry?

Ruger LCRx 3" 9mm revolver?
 
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Please check to see if Glock is going to come out with a pistol caliber carbine finally. The new Ruger is ugly.

Will Colt come out with a Python or Diamondback reissue?

Thank You



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Originally posted by FN in MT:
I'm attending too. Anyone wants to meet up, I'm game.


PM me contact info and I will be in touch. I'm there for the whole show. Would love to do a Sig forum get together one night
 
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Please check to see if Glock is going to come out with a pistol caliber carbine finally. The new Ruger is ugly.

Will Colt come out with a Python or Diamondback reissue?

Thank You


The Glock carbine could look worse...


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Curious if Beretta will be releasing an APX compact.
 
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Please ask a Sig representative:
1. When will the P210 Carry model be available?
2. When will the (non-P320) X5 models be launched in the US? Please mention there are some of us that would prefer no rail.
3. Any plans on introducing an all stainless P938, per Shot Show remarks many years ago?
4. Same goes for an all-stainless P225... although I’ll pass on one if it’s based on the P239, aka P225-A1.
 
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Seems to be a lot of interest on the new P365.

Can you give us a run-down on that?

Thanks-

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Barrett Rec10


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Can one of you check with a Colt Rep. and see if they ever plan to sell in California again? Would love to get the new Cobra but it's still not on the dreaded 'approved list' Thanks and happy walking Smile


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Whatever you do, don't take any pictures. It's strictly forbidden! LOL !
 
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Originally posted by Sig209:
Seems to be a lot of interest on the new P365.

Can you give us a run-down on that?


I'm very interested in how the P365 feels in the hand as compared to the P290. The P290 felt like a 1"X2" board in my hand and the trigger reach was too short. I had trouble pulling the trigger through every time during qualifications.

Would you possibly be able to dry fire it and see if the trigger breaks in a comfortable spot. For me, the P229 was a tad long, the P239 and P320 medium grip are just right.

Thanks!

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I will be taking notes and carrying them with me as I explore.

I will try to post in the evening with whatever I find out.

Thanks for the responses!
 
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I will be there Saturday to Saturday. I'm game for a Meetup. Any night but Wed.


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On the P365 I'll shoot it Mon morning and let you know what I think. ☺️


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