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This is not my opinion but is quoted directly from the Feb. 2003 issue of the American Rifleman page 56, 12 lines from the bottom of the page, it reads "Thompson/ Center Arms, Inc., building on the success of the popular G-2 Contender pistol series, is offering the new G-2 rifle in a variety of chamberings and barrel options."
I don't know if the G-2 will ever hit the streets or not, I have been waiting 2 or 3 years so far. My question is, wouldn't the G-2 handgun have to be in the hands of consumers, in this situtation, to be a success? :roll: Bear in mind that I am not saying that the G-2 in any configuration will or will not ever show up. I hope so, I want one. I was just wondering how a material object can be a success when it hasn't been made or delivered into the public market. Please bear in mind that I am not a Troll(whatever that means) or anyone that tries to start trouble. Thank you GB for a great site, you and Matt keep it up.

Steve E...........
 

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Ha Ha....You aint no troll, let me be the first to say..

G.B. and me and everybody else here feels the same way.
 
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