Guns I won't ever own

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    Never thought I'd own a Sig. Then I shot a 226 and 229. Now I own both and carry one or the other daily.
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    Don't think I will ever say I'll never own a specific gun.

    I used to say I wasn't a huge fan of m16 or ak47's....now I'm looking for one as we speak. Also, I wasn't really into 1911's when i first started getting into guns, but I'll have to add one to the collection just because they are so awesome....

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    Glocks! I've shot several, and they just don't feel "right" to me.
    +1, shot em, never liked em, will never buy em. I also will never buy a sig or a desert eagle. if I ever had the chance to get an M&P with an aftermarket trigger I would probably risk it. I'm a ruger and springfield guy myself
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    The worst gun I ever shot was wonderful !

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    Jennings hi-point llama if they still exist. I have nothing against glocks there just not for me with the funky grip angle.
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    I won't buy anything that is a well-known POS; like the aforementioned Lorcin/Jennings/Bryco or a Taurus. Why would someone do that? Get something that you like; that you know will work; and don't buy a POS in the first place.

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    Student in our last practical pistol course had a Rossi revolver...action felt like frozen peanut butter (gun was clean and relatively new [her husband bought it for her]), timing was poor, just an all-around problem.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Weeg View Post
    Student in our last practical pistol course had a Rossi revolver...action felt like frozen peanut butter (gun was clean and relatively new [her husband bought it for her]), timing was poor, just an all-around problem.
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    In addition to the Rossi, I wonder if he also bought her more life insurance? Hmmmmmmmm...
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    I avoid any Taurus, Hi-Point, and any guns from S. America and China. I also avoid Glocks, which are excellent pistols.... 20 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boatail View Post
    Low Point,,,oops I mean High Point. All others are on the table at least once
    That's the only one I can honestly say I will never own. I refuse to disgrace my other firearms with its presence
    Last edited by OD*; February 7th, 2013 at 10:33 AM. Reason: Repair quote

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    Things change though as your skills evolve and needs change. I don't rule anything out. If I had a cabin in the woods I visited once in the blue moon I might even buy a highpoint 45 and leave it there. At some point your skill allows you to get about the same results with any size or type of gun you use though. I held a couple of Glocks last week I liked although I never completely took to them. After owning 4 Sigs now I would say they have been hands down the most reliable guns I've ever owned. I wouldn't even build a list including guns I haven't fired. I still have my first Taurus from the early 90s when I carried into Atlanta at night working. Still love that little thing. I have to say after owning two S&W bodyguard 380s their firing pins both breaking more than once and the utterly crap laser built in drove me to sell them both at a 40% loss. Two pocket Sigs replaced them and I have never been happier. My Sig P250 has never even burped. My Sig 1911 went through about 20 matches and about 10,000 rounds with maybe a half dozen common simple malfunctions and still looks brand new. The finish isn't even work on the slide rails...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goat_Herder View Post
    I avoid any Taurus, Hi-Point, and any guns from S. America and China. I also avoid Glocks, which are excellent pistols.... 20 years ago.
    I don't know why anyone would rule out Bersa, especially after they've handled/fired one.
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    I would never buy a Kel-Wreck again.

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    There's probably nothing I won't try, but I've yet to put a Springfield, Smith and Wesson, Taurus, Ruger or Kel-Tec in my hand that I liked the feel of.
    I love CZs and HKs. There's enough in those lines to keep me busy.
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    No Norincos; Thats right; I said no Norincos. .......... I use chopsticks to help me clean guns; and that's all.
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