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Transplanted Hillbilly
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M18
 
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Perhaps a Ruger .45acp carbine
 
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CMMG Banshee/Guard in 10mm.

I’m onboard for the 210 Carry also.

Henry to roll out the loading gate in more rifles, preferably the All Weathers.
 
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New production Colt Python .357 magnum. You know it's coming. It is inevitable. Keep it at $1.5K or less and a new star is born.

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My list, in order of priority.

#1 - Steyr L9A2 MF
#2 - Beretta 92x
#3 - FN 509 sub compact (rumored it will be made)
#4 - CZ P-10 s
#5 - Zastava M57AA/M70AA


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Here is my List:

CZ Bren 2 BR in 308.

AK Pistol-Milled receiver, specked out like I want, in a SBR format.

Another AR SBR-Thinking about a LWRC Piston SBR.

Another Sig P226

My first Sig P320X compact.

A Bolt Action rifle, maybe the new DD, especially when they release a light weight version.
 
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My list, in order of priority....

#5 - Zastava M57AA/M70AA

At least the M70AA seems to be available, and there is an M57A (not AA) as well.
http://www.atlanticfirearms.co...a-arms-m70aa-pistol1

What's the difference between an "A" and an "AA"?
 
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P-220 Legion SA/.38 Super. BOOOOOOOOOOOM!


Niech Zyje P-220

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HK single stack 9mm for innahoods

Glock single stack 10mm for innawoods
 
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Why is it that every time I make a list things come in reverse priority order!

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My list, in order of priority....

#5 - Zastava M57AA/M70AA

At least the M70AA seems to be available, and there is an M57A (not AA) as well.
http://www.atlanticfirearms.co...a-arms-m70aa-pistol1

What's the difference between an "A" and an "AA"?


RioGrande481

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I've got a couple nice P938s (my latest being the "Legion" version", but how about an all stainless version like the P238HD???



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New production Colt Python .357 magnum. You know it's coming. It is inevitable. Keep it at $1.5K or less and a new star is born.


Nostalgia is a fond memory, but You Can't Go Home Again.

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The new Colt O1911C classic in 38 Super. Supposedly next year.
 
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Nothing.


I'm with you. There are many things that were made long ago that I'd still like to have, but the more plastic they put on the new stuff, the less I want it. I even gave up on the SCAR 17S.
 
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I've got a couple nice P938s (my latest being the "Legion" version", but how about an all stainless version like the P238HD???



Yeah, I don't get Sig's delay in making a stainless P938 either. I was speaking with a couple shooting buddies the other day when this came up... we all agreed we'd snag an all stainless P938 as soon as it hit the shelves.
 
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P365 with Sig Anti Snag treatment for pocket carry and a light reflective finish with a manual safety.

EasyFire


Two-tone SAS, w/o manual safety, please.




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Make mine a Compact P250 in .45 ACP and SAO with a positive, reliable thumb safety on the left side only. Hammer must have a cocking spur like a P series pistol, and the slide must accept standard sights. Not much to ask for . . .
 
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P365 with Sig Anti Snag treatment for pocket carry and a light reflective finish with a manual safety.

EasyFire


Two-tone SAS, w/o manual safety, please.

It would not be a surprise to see a Legion P365 that has the SAS treatment coming out in the near future.
 
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P365 in .380.




Phone's ringing, Dude.
 
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Beretta M9A1 frame with a frame mounted safety and a 92 Vertec style slide for easy changing of sights. Probably never gonna happen, though.
 
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