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Jerry has it correct, its the cost of doing business- prices go up. i would also think that folks here would grow up and quit whining about something they can do nothing about and is old business- get over it.
 

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sounds like some already have, but they are still in business arent they. sorry to get on this, but after the thousandth time this gets old. there is a thread about hating ruger that has been running for several years- keep it there.
 

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lefty o said:
it wasnt, but your beating the proverbial dead horse.

I agree Lefty-o, a lot of Ruger's anti-2nd Amt. flack was based on the skewed political position taken by Bill Ruger which can be interpreted as a marketing ploy.

The old man is dead now and has been for several years. Ruger was the first firearms manufacturer to ship their pistols with full capacity magazines in September of 2004, after the Klinton AWB expired. Less than a week after the ban ended my local dealer had a P-95 9mm with two 15 round magazines in stock. I have found Ruger customer service to be stellar, both from the Newport, NH and the Prescott, AZ offices.

Many people give Ruger a hard time for not offering the Mini 14 and the Mini 30 with 20 round magazines. I can agree with this position, but I also wouldn't own either one of these carbines. There are better rifles to spend my $ on.

Ruger's P-series carbines come with full cap mags that interchange with the P-series pistols. I have found their pistols and revolvers to be almost indestructible.
 
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