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Guns I won't ever own

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    Heck, I'll try just about anything once. Either "I" like it or not. What others like or dislike is irrelevant.

    By the way, OP, I've never had an issue with a Sig, Ruger or my beloved CZ-82. We like what we like.
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    I inherited a Raven .25. I have never fired it, cannot in good conscience sell it, and am waiting for a gun buy-up from the local constabulary to divest myself of it.

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    Mark my words, I will never own a Ruger or Taurus.
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    Raven and Jennings plus anything pink in color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    Mark my words, I will never own a Ruger or Taurus.
    same here! Hi Point also, a S&W Sigma, and those overpriced Kahrs
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    XD for me, didn't like the way it felt when I shot it and not a fan of them taking a $299 HS2000 and making it a $500 gun with a bunch of slick marketing. Besides the fact I don't care for them trying to imply they have something to do with the actual US Armory while importing a lot of their stuff.

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    My focus has changed on guns recently. Sold/selling all non-1911's to buy 1911s. Only keeping my two wheelies and for now, a Glock 29. It will go soon as well.

    The pistols I named may be fine weapons, but they just don't appeal to me at the moment or fit into my current "needs"
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    No Sat. Night Spls for me. Some of those listed by the original poster, for financial reasons. I almost bought a Walther, but didn't like it coming with only one magazine.
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    The NO list is always long. Here's my current list of HAVES: COLT(2 1911's and WANT an AR-15 carbine),RUGER(SP101),GLOCK(G19&26). I would always own a SMITH revolver(pre-lock or those few revolver models now without)and miss my 3" M64 and my 640. Just don't see any more handguns anytime soon. I think I have my bases covered with the 5 I have. I might like a Ruger Blackhawk in a 4.25" length in 357 as a woods/field gun.
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    I guess I should say, "guns I have owned and will never own again".

    Taurus 850
    Walther PPK/S

    The Taurus 850 kept developing a burr inside the cylinder spider that prevented the cylinder pin from locking into the frame.
    The Walther PPK/S would never cycle properly. I had a lot of failures to feed as well as failures to eject. So, I ejected the pistol and bought a Springfield XD.

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    I would never buy any pocket autos. I've shot a couple at the range and was not impressed with the reliability of any of them. Plus I don't see any purpose for them, as I have no problem carrying a real gun concealed. I don't like the mag release on HKs but everything else about them I love.

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    Taurus-junk that don't work right.
    Beretta...for all those broken slides and such on the 92's that I'm sure probably hurt whomever was firing them....
    Colt- "expensive junk" that usually needs worked on to make sure it's reliable...excluding revolvers.
    S&W- Lately they've redeemed themselves with the M&P, but mostly they're too expensive-except custom shopped.
    Sigs- Nice guns...too much money-buy a Ruger, it's just as accurate and about 1/3 the price or less.
    Dan Wesson- BTDT...junk.
    Kimber- "WAY" too expensive...prefer Springfield Armory..who set the standard they keep trying to emulate.
    Springfield XD 9mm full size- shot it...not very accurate over 50ft, heavy as a brick and about as wide as one.
    Glocks-newer generations....used not have to worry...now they have problems...why? Liked smooth grip of older models.
    Bersa....best left as the name of a hefty Russian woman..can't hit anything over 20ft with one...but they do work!
    Just to name a few. LOL

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    Beretta is another for me.
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    Even on a cold, wet, day in hell would I own a glock.

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    Dead dude thats an nonsensical list. Your one of those guys that lives by his feelings eh? I was goiing to give some of those brands to you guys for free but never mind now...

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