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    It's Here, Ruger LC9

    The All-NEW Ruger LC9, the bug with more BITE.

    http://ruger.com/products/lc9/models.html

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    Default LC (light carry) Ruger handguns

    Ruger seems to be getting serious about (light carry) LC handguns ... I have an LCR coming and should get it in state shortly ..kinda cute little pocket gun.

    http://www.ruger.com/products/lcr/models.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebo View Post
    I have an LCR coming and should get it in state shortly ..kinda cute little pocket gun.
    I'm with you, I reach for my 5-Shot lightweight snubbies more often than anything else when venturing out CCW. It's just too easy carrying 2, 3, or even 4 of 'em, and they're just so darn reliable.
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    Appears to be a worthy tool. No experience with them though (Kel-Tec guy), so keep us informed.

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    An inch taller and an inch longer than the LCP or Kel Tec P3AT. Should make it close to one of the smaller 9mm out there and even make it pocketable though the weight is nearly double that of the LCP. I might need to cinch up the belt another notch and that would not be comfortable.
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    It looks like they did a great job rounding off the sharp edges. I hope a .45 is in the works. Probably only be able to fit 6 rounds of .45 but still...

    I agree about the revolvers. Since I started carrying a .357 I would have a hard time going back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decline View Post
    I hope a .45 is in the works.I agree about the revolvers. Since I started carrying a .357 I would have a hard time going back.
    My "guess" is that after the LC9 really takes off, and it will, we "may" see an LC40. As for a new .45ACP from Ruger, the "rumors" are swirling among insiders that a Ruger 1911 is in the works. We'll just have to wait and see.
    I agree, my snubby 38s/357s are forever keepers.
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    Kahr has a mini .45 and glock has the single stack G36. It's not impossible. I bet it would sell like hot cakes!

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    G36

    Quote Originally Posted by Decline View Post
    glock has the single stack G36.
    I REALLY like my G36, talk about a pocket-rocket Black Mamba, but I find myself wearing my G26 a lot more.
    Evil-doers just seem to travel in packs more often these days and I like the 11 Bangs in such a small package the G26 gives me. Still, I do like having the G36 at-hand.
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