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    Where is our gas-sealed revolver for the 21st century?

    I know it would be expensive, but certainly there is a market for a gas-sealed threaded muzzle revolver.

    A modernized Nagant revolver if you will.

    Suppressed .38 ammo would be extremely common, quiet and reliable. No moving barrel to cause reliability issues, no moving parts to create noise, action stays locked until you pull the trigger again.

    I think at $1000 they'd sell. A little more for a big-bore.

    .22LR, , .32, .357 mag, .44 magnum, .45 Colt. They'd sell I tell ya.

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    Maybe have a skirt around barrel that's replaceable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    I know it would be expensive, but certainly there is a market for a gas-sealed threaded muzzle revolver.
    Who is in that market?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    Who is in that market?
    People who like to shoot suppressed handguns that are really quiet and really reliable. No auto-cycling parts. No tilting barrel.

    Could be chambered in any pistol cartridge from .22 to .44 magnum, 9mm, 10mm, etc. I imagine .22, .38 special/.357 magnum, and 9mm would be the most popular.

    The top strap makes for a great place to mount an optic.

    Easily swap out grips.

    Single and double action triggers.

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