… but probably won’t.
- An AR-15 upper chambered in .22 TCM.
Bonus points if it’s a “pistol length” upper designed for
SBR’sAR pistols with a Sig brace.
I love this cartridge. It’s everything you’d want in an intermediate, “PDW” size round, but right now, the only guns that use it are RIA 1911’s and one bolt-action rifle. The .22TCM is based off a .223 cartridge. It fires a .22 caliber bullet. It’s friggin’ made for the AR platform, let’s make it happen!
Speaking of which…
- The return of the Ruger PC-9.
Pistol caliber carbines are HOT right now. CZ is coming out with one, JP has one, Beretta has one, heck, even Citadel has one. Ruger had one and decided to not make it anymore. Re-issue it with a folding stock and rails and watch the money roll in.
- A defensive pistol chambered in a major caliber with an integrated light and laser.
Why should the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard and Taurus Curve (both chambered in .380) have all the fun?
Ok, your three?