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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by servingu, Dec 30, 2010.
I wish they made a Sig P220 in 10mm :thumbup:
what about you
Currently shopping for a 10mm (Early Feb) and there aren't a whole lot of options in 10mm, this is one I haven't happened across.
An HK USP in 10mm or the original AUTOMAG 44amp.
There's a new Bren-Ten that either just came out or will come out soon. I wouldn't mind havin' one o' those...
lots of newer people don't know about this gun. I did not too, until few weeks ago.
The old AR-7s with the over-under .410, .22lrs.
I'll believe it when I see it, been delayed for a long time with no updates from VLTOR.
a few semi auto ones were made last year but in such few numbers and were about $5,000
Smith and Wesson airweight revolver in 9mm.
Probably because they're only selling to the 3k billfolds...
SA full rail operator, Gov and Commander versions, 45 and 9mm, fixed sights, bushing barrel. That's all.
Marlin Camp 9 and Camp .45
THIN single stack Glock, in 9 or .40........
AND Bacon flavored crackers..... Man I miss those things.
I want a 10mm lever gun.. Probably have to settle with a .357
My wife missed those crackers as well...with fake cheese no less!
The Remmington model 788. I have 4 of them, all bought in the late 70s early 80s. .222, 6MM, 7MM-08, and .308. The triple duece still shoots under an inch at 200 yards. Best deal ever for a super accurate rifle that sold for about 200 bucks. Bare bones and probably bordered on cheap, still a great rifle.
And I want it under $500, with a hi-cap detachable mag, and it needs to be stronger so you can safely shoot 7.62x25 in it.
I won't hold me breath though
Did they ever make that? Never heard of it, but it would be cool.
AR upper .30 carbine that takes std m1 carbine mags with some sort of working magblock, oh and bbq flavor cheese-its.