I'm just in a listing mood, I suppose.
- A Marlin lever-gun in .500 S&W Magnum. The cartridge is good for moving a 400gr bullet to an honest 2000 fps out ot a 10" revolver. I don't know how much more you'd get out of a 16" rifle barrel, but it sure would be easier to shoot! 7 rounds of that would be just the ticket to put down a charging grizzly. Or a charging Escalade. Or a charging grizzly in an Escalade.
- A Browning 1935 chambered in .45 GAP. I regard the .45 GAP as primarily a marketing exercise, much like the "357" SIG. However, if the object is to get a .45 cartridge in a 9mm platform, the Hi-Po is the platform it ought to be in.
- For that matter, I'd like to see a BHP, any caliber, with a slim polymer frame. The BHP is a fantastic shooting gun, but is a tad heavy for constant CCW carry. And add a light rail. All the cool kids are doing it.
- SIG should chamber the 556 in 6.8 Remington SPC, ditch the goofy AR-like collapsable stock, and go with the complete folder from the 552. THAT would be worth $1600. In fact, I call a pox upon the house of any manufacturer who sticks a collapsable CAR stock on a longarm that doesn't have a recoil buffer in a tube.
- A semi auto shotgun with a folding stock, that isn't a Siaga. No, I don't know how you'd do it. I work in marketing, not engineering.
- A S&W revolver that doesn't have one of those infernal locking mechanisms. I will never own a gun with an internal lock that can't be easily exorcised (the Springfield-Armory ILS leaps to mind).
Did all you merchants of death get that? Hop to it. I intend on being filthy stinking rich in a few short months. That should be plenty of time.