Stallard 9mm

Stallard 9mm

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    Stallard 9mm

    A friend of mine was recently given a Stallard 9mm semi-auto by his father-in-law. My friend is not a gun person, so he gave me a call, and asked what I knew about them. I told him I'd never heard of it, but my research today suggests it might not be a high quality firearm. Most of the stuff I've read compares it to Hi Points and the like. It also seems like it's no longer made, and probably hasn't been made for a long time.
    Does anyone know anything about this gun?
    Thanks.


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    Hi Point knock-off...

    And if that doesn't scare you, I don't know what will.

    My LGS has had one in the case for the better part of a year. IIRC, they are asking $129. I almost bought it on a couple of different occasions just to say I own such a rare item.
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    Yikes.
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    Thanks for all the responses. I'm going to check out and (maybe) shoot the gun tomorrow. Or maybe just let my friend shoot it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadRunner71 View Post
    Hi Point knock-off...
    I don't know why but that made me chuckle.
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    My best friend has one and is a blast play with as range toy. It's heavy ugly and mags are hard to find but it eats everything and his is accurate to boot


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    Here's a range report from today's exercise with this gun. First, I couldn't believe how accurate it was. I was very impressed with that. Second, the trigger was pretty good. I've felt a lot worse on more expensive guns. Third, it jammed. A lot. It did some kind of strange double feed thing, and we never even got through one magazine without it happening. And this was with 2 different mags.
    I guess the conclusion would be that it would be a pretty decent gun if it worked.

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    Great article. Thanks for posting.
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    I have one that was given to me. I'm just waiting for a good gun buy back to get a few dollars for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidboot View Post
    Here's a range report from today's exercise with this gun. First, I couldn't believe how accurate it was. I was very impressed with that. Second, the trigger was pretty good. I've felt a lot worse on more expensive guns. Third, it jammed. A lot. It did some kind of strange double feed thing, and we never even got through one magazine without it happening. And this was with 2 different mags.
    I guess the conclusion would be that it would be a pretty decent gun if it worked.
    Double feeds are usually caused by a bad ejector or extractor,if the extractor is chipped or broken it may either not eject the case at all,or partially pull it out before slipping off the rim,Bad ejector is what hits the far side of the case rim to push it out of the extractor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidboot View Post
    Here's a range report from today's exercise with this gun. First, I couldn't believe how accurate it was. I was very impressed with that. Second, the trigger was pretty good. I've felt a lot worse on more expensive guns. Third, it jammed. A lot. It did some kind of strange double feed thing, and we never even got through one magazine without it happening. And this was with 2 different mags.
    I guess the conclusion would be that it would be a pretty decent gun if it worked.
    Maybe you should upgrade to a Taurus. Ok, on second thought a Taurus may not be an upgrade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Double feeds are usually caused by a bad ejector or extractor,if the extractor is chipped or broken it may either not eject the case at all,or partially pull it out before slipping off the rim,Bad ejector is what hits the far side of the case rim to push it out of the extractor
    This could certainly be the case, although it appeared from what I could see that the gun had never been fired before.

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