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What is your pick for best new handgun for 2020?

My pick is the Ruger 57:

https://ruger.com/micros/57/

Haven't seen one in person yet but when I do...

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My understanding is that the Ruger 57 is an almost direct clone of the FN internals, if that's the case it would eliminate it from my list of "Best new guns". I'd have to put the Smith & Wesson M&P 9EZ Shield at the top of my list - someone finally producing a sub-compact 9mm that can be manipulated by ladies and older shooters with weak or arthritic hands, etc. deserves kudos.

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I'd have to nominate the Ruger LCP .22. A fun plinker and a good trainer for those who own the LCP .380. But like all new guns it all depends on how it works - only time will tell.

So many innovative ideas over the last couple years it's hard to pick just one.
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So many innovative ideas over the last couple years it's hard to pick just one.
Quite true.

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I'd have to nominate the Ruger LCP .22. A fun plinker and a good trainer for those who own the LCP .380. But like all new guns it all depends on how it works - only time will tell.

So many innovative ideas over the last couple years it's hard to pick just one.
It's a neat little gun:
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File Type: pdf Ruger® LCP® II _ Centerfire Pistol Model 13705.PDF (345.5 KB, 11 views)

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