then there are the cheap snobs who try and justify their cheap guns by ridiculing those who can afford more expensive and higher quality guns.
Which is wasted energy. I love .22 autos but all of them are going to choke eventually. So I've put mine through it's paces. I have a good idea of what feeds nearly perfectly and what it just seems to not like.
I think everyone should do this whether they own an HK or a Hi-Point. Honestly, when people ask me about stuff that I love I'm willing to give them the good and the bad. I love my Baby Eagle, I wish it was two rounds hotter, I don't like the safety switch, and it's a bugger to get the slide release pin out for field stripping. Yet it has one of the best triggers I've ever laid a finger on, is accurate, and reliable as my old Ruger P89. It's a great gun, but it's not a perfect gun.
It really is another fallacy. "Mine is best because it's mine".
I used to drive a Ford Escort. I could still appreciate a Ferrari. I do know people who smack talk Corvettes largely because they'll never afford one.