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In the configuration Ruger has introduced in their 9mm takedown carbine, what is your next choice?

  • 10 MM

    Votes: 19 23.8%
  • .45 ACP

    Votes: 34 42.5%
  • .44 Magnum

    Votes: 4 5.0%
  • .357 Magnum

    Votes: 6 7.5%
  • Other

    Votes: 17 21.3%
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What would you buy? Will go with what I think should happen.
 

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10mm....but I'm sure a .40 version is much more likely.

Just a barrel change and some minor tweaks is all that's needed for a .40.

10mm and .45 are gonna need a lot more work to make it happen. If they come out with a .45 version a 10mm might happen......but I'm not gonna stand on tippy-toes waiting for Ruger to come out with a 10mm.
 

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Unsure how they'd get it to be reliable, but I'd like to see it in .357 Magnum. I have one of the handful of No 1s they mfg'd in 357 in the 1980s and love it. A 357 out of a 16-20" bbl is serious medicine.
 

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.357 magnum here. It just would be such a fun & useful weapon. However, Ruger would have to really engineer one. .357 would beat that action up..

.357 Sig? Maybe..
 

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Personally, I like every one of the options mentioned in the poll. That would pretty much cover every need. :)

PS... I voted for .45 because I know that's the next one if there is one at all. ;)
 

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Other. Yes All of the above.

Probly tough to make a rimmed cartridge work.
Coonan and IMI did it with their auto loaders.
 
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