Wouldn't the best way to be to find out for yourself...Get out and run a few hundred rounds of different ammoYou know, I'm going to take your screed as a genuine question. I do not buy v1.0 software - ever. That policy has saved me thousands of hours and dollars over the years. I let others buy newly designed weapons and watch to see what systemic problems they have. Why? Because unlike the software my life may hang in the balance on the proper operation of the weapon. That is why I will not own a weapon that has repeated failures reported that other weapons in the same class do not have reported. Have a great day.
and brands?....Sure beats the heck out of taking someone else's word ford for it...
I will use Glock for example...Everyone says how great and reliable they are...But i am not gonna buy one and trust
every person who posts on a forum or you tube (Good or Bad) enough to skip running enough rounds myself until i am satisfied.
There are way too many factors that can contribute to someone slamming on any gun.