I'm a fan of the 10mm, I'd like to see the ruger PC carbine in 10mm and 45acp also. I would also like a high quality 10mm longslide with adj. sights and dull stainless finish for hunting.
You think? The military is very unlikely to convert on a large scale - I've seen a whopping total of two HK416s here, both with SEALs. It's not like AR-pattern guns in civilian service see the hard duty that would make a piston gun worthwhile. American cops and citizens have plenty of time to clean their impingement guns and keep them reliable.leeindy said:id make avordable piston conversions for ARs. theres a huge market for them.
I knew you were a man of discerning taste! I hunted with a Savage 99 when I lived in New England. It'd be expensive to produce nowadays, though.Critch said:I really believe I would start making a rifle based on the Savage 99. I expect the patent on that has run out..I like that rifle..
when i say affordable i mean less than 150 for do it yourself drop in kit.Mike Barham said:
Huh. I think the M&P is the best fighting auto S&W has ever designed. Way better than those clunky descendants of the old Model 39, most of which feature loooooooooooong trigger pulls, high bore axes, and backwards safeties.leeindy said:if i was S&W id stop trying to make polymer pistols and stick to steel
Have you actually fired an M&P?leeindy said:i havent forgiven S&W for the sigma. and i dont see a change of heart in my near future.
yes and ive run one threw a class and even shot a classifier with one. and ill agree there better but im still bitter. ill own there revolvers anydayMike Barham said: