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Well, we've got a little under three months until the 2013 SHOT Show; any good rumors or speculation as to what Ruger may unveil?
 

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Well, we've got a little under three months until the 2013 SHOT Show; any good rumors or speculation as to what Ruger may unveil?
i just was posting on a thread about this over in the new shotgun forum. it's going to be right here in my backyard in vegas. i got the impression from the link waveform sent me though that 'civilians' aren't allowed to attend and browse around. anybody know for sure one way or the other about this? i'd gladly pay money to go down there and spend the day salivating, if the general public is allowed to.
 

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I'm still hoping for an all stainless, traditional gripped, .22LR DA revolver with fixed sights and 2-6 inch barrel options.

A top-break design would be good for that.
 

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i just was posting on a thread about this over in the new shotgun forum. it's going to be right here in my backyard in vegas. i got the impression from the link waveform sent me though that 'civilians' aren't allowed to attend and browse around. anybody know for sure one way or the other about this? i'd gladly pay money to go down there and spend the day salivating, if the general public is allowed to.
SHOT Show - Registration and Show Badges - SHOT Show
 

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i just was posting on a thread about this over in the new shotgun forum. it's going to be right here in my backyard in vegas. i got the impression from the link waveform sent me though that 'civilians' aren't allowed to attend and browse around. anybody know for sure one way or the other about this? i'd gladly pay money to go down there and spend the day salivating, if the general public is allowed to.
We are not invited to the party...:(
 

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i just was posting on a thread about this over in the new shotgun forum. it's going to be right here in my backyard in vegas. i got the impression from the link waveform sent me though that 'civilians' aren't allowed to attend and browse around. anybody know for sure one way or the other about this? i'd gladly pay money to go down there and spend the day salivating, if the general public is allowed to.
Only trade people and gun writers and such. No regular citizens allowed. Unfortunately.
http://www.shotshowblog.com/closed-to-the-public-help-us-keep-shot-show-a-place-for-business/
 
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