Ok, I know, on the one hand this sounds kind of dumb. Why would anyone get one if he/she could soon buy, say, a Boberg Micro? Still, given the huge popularity of .380s today, a more powerful one might sell. How cool would it be to advertise "The Most Powerful .380 on the Planet? I wonder if there might be a market for one? Ladies, maybe. They still carry a lot of .38 special revolvers, and an 8-shot .380 would be preferable to that, I'd say. Many .380s don't even shoot +P loads, so there's that. Also, many .380s are a bit lacking in reliability for a primary SD gun...bet Arne could change that perception.
Would the initial setup/tooling costs just be too prohibitive, or could there be a demand for this gun that might justify it? So many calibers, so little time... 8-)
As the owner of XDS 45s in 3.3 and 4.0, I have to ask if there is really an XDS Mod 2 or if that was a typo.
Funny you mention that. I was taking a close look at the XDs45 Mod.2 For a little more width we get 4 more rounds. Problem is I replaced a Smith CS45 which broke on me (bottom of slide sheared-off) last August with a M&P Shield 9 which I'm just getting used to carrying, so I may purchase the XDsMod.2 later-on, if I hang-around a bit.
I know two people who have the old Seecamp .32 which is a very nice "gentleman's gun" as I refer to it and carefully made, but a bit small for me in caliber and size. One is a doctor and the other is a jeweler.
Very pretty pistol. You have an entire stable of collector's guns. Nice grips. I bought a Meco holster for my doctor over ten years ago. Nice holsters to go with the pistols and they also make a magazine pocket sleeve as well.