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Phased plasma rifle in the 40-watt range



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All the challengers to the P365. CZ, Walther, S&W, HK, FN, Beretta.



I should have said that too, ok I’ve changed my vote
 
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Glock 10mm carbine w/ 14inch barrel and 20 rd mags, bi-color sights





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Glock 10mm carbine w/ 14inch barrel and 20 rd mags, bi-color sights


MechTech has what you are looking for.



Mine is in 357Sig. Big Grin



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(bought a Glock 21 and converted it to .38 Super a while back)... That's pure genius!


Thanks!



My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
Posts: 4806 | Location: Somewhere looking for ammo that nobody has at a place I haven't been to for a pistol I couldn't live without... | Registered: December 02, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Glock 49 - a G48 sized 380.
 
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New Walther PPK in 32 ACP.


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Still waiting for a .45 ACP version of the HK P7M8. Until then my P220 will have to do. :-)


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I want Steyr to kick us the 300 blk Aug barrels they've been teasing.

Otherwise I'd settle for a factory Glock 19/26 so I can stop having to nip tuck mine.

Lastly and least likely, I want a polymer framed P7. Highly reinforced in the gas chamber area I imagine.
 
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Some 9x23 options.

Oh and the reintroduction of the original P225 (not that A1 crap).
 
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The Gen 6 Glock That's all I will say about that. Wink



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sig p225-A1 in all stainless
 
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American made X5s, the 226 verity, not the 320.



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A couple SIGs and a few others
 
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sig p225-A1 in all stainless

Look up. It's a pie in the sky! Big Grin
 
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American made X5s, the 226 verity, not the 320.

It's here, and cheap, too. Wink
 
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New Walther PPK in 32 ACP.


in the business,

and have a lot of folks ask for the new PPK,

in 380



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American made X5s, the 226 verity, not the 320.

It's here, and cheap, too. Wink


That's worse than Rick rolling me. I got excited, clicked the link, then all my air was let out. Frown



Jesse

A couple SIGs and a few others
 
Posts: 14845 | Location: Loudoun County, Virginia | Registered: December 27, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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1) Black SCAR 20s in 6.5 to go with my FDE 20s (Because .308 is great, but I feel the need, the need for Creed!)

2) Black Slide Coyote/FDE frame Glock 48

3) 922 compliant JDI imported San Swiss carbines & rifles that I don't need to SBR or jack around with to make them legal.

4) 'Pro' versions of BT APC 223 & 308 that fit the criteria of #3 above.

That should do it for me! Big Grin
 
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also the American 226 X5
 
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Single stack HK in p30 and vp setups.
 
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P320 in 10mm
 
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