I seen a thread titled "guns I would never own", and it made me wonder about a saying I once heard about contempt prior to investigation. You know prejudging things that you have no experience with because what you may have heard from others. Some of the brands that were being bashed, I have had, or a friend has had, and they were good guns. Not pretty, but reliable.
So I thought I would start a thread about the guns that we do have direct experience with, and found lacking. I still have these two guns, and am hoping that someday they can be made good, but I really do regret buying them. The first is a Walther p22 even with good ammo it has fail to feed, fail to fire and fail to eject issues. There are good web sites that talk about machining parts of this gun with files and such to get them halfway reliable, but my attitude is I spent good money for my guns. The factory should have done what was necessary to make these reliable.
The second is the Beretta Nano. After many rounds still lots of fail to eject. Beretta seems to be in complete denial that they have a design problem with lots of guns malfunctioning. Beretta says it is an ammo issue, but the same ammo runs in other guns no problems.
So what were your regrettable purchases?