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Old January 30, 2013, 04:02 PM   #7
jason_iowa
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A lot of the most common rounds today have been around 50-60 even over 100 years. The reason for that is because physics does not change. I have always said that 40s&w is not a caliber that will make it to the 100 year mark with a strong following. I would not say that the 40 is in any kind of trouble in the immediate future. Tens of thousands of law enforcement officers are still using it as are countless civilians. 45gap and 357 sig are in much bigger trouble in that regard then the 40sw is. When you see a big switch in leo's to the next big thing that's when things are in decline.
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