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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Bluescot, Nov 14, 2019.
The Hellcat XL will be released long before a .40 Hellcat.
Without a doubt
My bet is no .40 and no .380.
Why would they? The can sell all the 9mm guns they want. What they SHOULD do is bring out a 10 rd. mag for those folks behind enemy lines. There is a Blue State market there, and right now it is OWNED by the 365.
What? Nobody wants a Hellcat in .45GAP?
With a stagger stack mag, it shouldn't lose a whole lot capacity.
I agree that they will sell all the 9mm guns that they can produce.
In the future there will be a HELLCAT .40 but who knows when......????
It appears as though there may be more than two who still want a HELLCAT .40.
We shall see what happens, won't we ???
There were a ton of folks who wanted a 9mm G42 also.
When they redesign it...
Since it's bigger/heavier than my CM40 (that has had a constant barrage of 40) I would say it shouldn't take a whole lot of engineering to make one that will hold up.
I thought the Kahr's slide was a little bulkier than the P365 or Hellcat...
I want one in 45 ACP.
If you're going big and all.
But it will be a single stack unless it has a larger grip frame.
The hellcat is 9 staggered so the mag/grip wouldn't need to be wider to accommodate the 40. Just fewer rounds. 1 or 2 less.
Ok maybe 4 or 5....
In the country
New gun, dead caliber? Not going to happen.
In theory maybe, But a G19 is a double stack and to fit 40 S&W in the same magazine, it's 2 less but in a staggered stack magazine it would likely be more, like 3 of 4 less which would result in a 7 or 8 round capacity.
I don't believe so. Even in the single stack XDs models, where it would be even more pronounced, it's just 1 less.
Time will tell.