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Old 08-22-2012, 02:28 AM   #61
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Kel-Tec PF9.
Slide and barrel peened so bad that it locked back after a shot and it took a rubber mallet to bang it loose. The magazine falls out with annoying regularity and it rattles when you shake it. I'd send it back for repair but by the time I pay the Priority Overnight shipping I might as well melt it down and make a belt buckle.
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Old 08-22-2012, 03:10 AM   #62
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Kel-Tec PF9.
Slide and barrel peened so bad that it locked back after a shot and it took a rubber mallet to bang it loose. The magazine falls out with annoying regularity and it rattles when you shake it. I'd send it back for repair but by the time I pay the Priority Overnight shipping I might as well melt it down and make a belt buckle.
WOW, and I have one that is absolutely flawless, eat's any ammo I put in her and runs like a singer sewing machine.

Anyway, back on subject. The woerst gu I ever owned was a a 25 Auto I bought about 35 years ago for a pocket gun. It was an import through Miami, Florida, I can't even remember the manufacturer. It would either FTF or FTE at least twice a mag. What a POS, I sunk it in a lake in NE Louisiana.
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Old 08-22-2012, 05:18 AM   #63
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Years ago I had a Tec-9. Barrel extension, extended mags, and everything else I could get for it. I sent it to the factory many times, and it never got any better. No matter what ammo I used in, dirty gun, clean gun, it always jammed. Neat looking, but a piece of crap. I traded it.
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Old 08-22-2012, 11:45 AM   #64
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AMT Automag III. Bought it cheap at a show. Sold it a year later and never looked back.
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Ugh. Jimenez JA-9. Still can't get that thing to go through a full magazine even after hours of fixing, polishing, oiling, etc.
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:06 PM   #66
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Probably a gun I own now -- a Cobray M12 in .380. Jams with anything but factory mags, tends to pop an e-ring off one of the pivot pins, and it's built like a cheap canteen.

I love it anyway. It looks like a MAC-10 that smoked when it was little. I got a big fake suppressor for it, and now it's the baddest-LOOKING gun I own. The very definition of a "fun gun," and besides, I'm a .380 guy -- I have a half dozen of 'em and about a thousand rounds of ammo. This one's a rarity in the caliber, and I'm glad I have it.

The only guns I own are in .380, 22lr, and 7.62x39. Keeps my ammo needs simple.
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It was a Rohm 38 (.38 spl.)in the late 60s . I had a Colt Huntsman that I loved and had a chance to buy my first centerfire. What a mistake!
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It was a Rohm 38 (.38 spl.)in the late 60s . I had a Colt Huntsman that I loved and had a chance to buy my first centerfire. What a mistake!
Hey another Rhom! Do is suspect a trend?
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Old 08-22-2012, 11:37 PM   #69
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Taurus PT92.
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Taurus PT92.
Lol man there's alot of tauruses on here lol what that mean y'all???
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