Worst gun you ever owned

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by Glock17owner, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. Glock17owner

    Glock17owner New Member

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    Mine was a davis industries p380. Evil freaking gun.

    When I was a kid my dad had one too and it gave him many problem never could run a whole mag thru it, STUPID GUN.

    I TOOK A HAMMER TO MINES. Had two of them, beat the hell out of them lol cause they stole my money. What's your worst gun ever
     
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  2. lbwar15

    lbwar15 New Member

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    Just sitting hear thanking about this and realized I've never had a bad gun.
     

  3. Glock17owner

    Glock17owner New Member

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    For real lucky you. I had a raven .25 that thought it was a glock NO PROBLEM and I heard they was a bad design
     
  4. KeysKelly

    KeysKelly New Member

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    I had a Raven .22 and a 9mm Baby Glock that would tie in the "POS" race.
     
  5. 25-5

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    worst gun

    OK. Up front I am sorry, but I pick a Walther PPK. I bought it for my wife. It malfunctioned too many times to be reliable. Though not the pistol's fault, it was not a good choice for her. Gave her my S&W 36. No brainer, point and shoot.
     
  6. Glock17owner

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    Awesome, I never own a smith or walter but I do like smith sd model not theyre sigma model or m&p model.
     
  7. Tackleberry1

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    A very beat up and abused CZ .380...don't even recal the nomenclature. Bought of a buddy for $20 and traded for 3 detachable SKS Mags that were running $30 a pop... :)

    Tack
     
  8. Glock17owner

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    Cz are good right?
     
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  9. c3shooter

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    Old SXS 12 g. Sear was worn. Had the endearing habit of once in a while, firing both barrels when you pulled the trigger. Was beginning to develop curvature of the spine, a grimace when shooting, and a flinch if anyone dropped a book on the floor.
     
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  10. vincent

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    IIRC, those PPK/Q's had a massive recall in the not too distant past, I believe they worked it out, I do like those guns...just something about the gun that hitler used to ventilate his head gives me the warm fuzzies...;)

    Mine was a Taurus PT709...the PT stood for Piece o' Trash, adjustable sights were anything but, had to aim at Peter to hit Paul, F T E's all over the place...(fail to EVERYTHING). Sold it with full disclosure for a $30 loss...The guy said he didn't care so neither did I...:cool:
     
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  11. tacticalfun

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    S&w m&p 9 vtac. Extractor would bean me in the forehead everyshot and would spit hot powder.
     
  12. m72law

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    A very cleaned MAC-10 clone.

    feeding it handloads that have ran great in 13 other firearms w/over 10k+rds & counting;)

    the clean semi-MAC 'mite' fire threw six 30rd mags w/out a hiccup:)

    the very same - clean MAC 'might' not get 4rds off before it jams...FTFeed,FTFire,FTeject or FT/ect.:eek:

    the very dirty TEC-9 runs 1000000000000 times better w/junk ammo...its cheaper to shoot 2:confused::D
     
  13. Glock17owner

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    I had a pt145 ate factory like a fat man. But ate reload like a bird. Man and the bullet would nose dive inside the mag.

    Had a kahr arm k9 that couldnt shoot pass 140 rds. Gun would smoke like a old man

    Had a jimenez .380 and the firing pin broke
     
  14. tellmaster207

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    2 of the 3 worst firearms I've ever owned are SVT-40's. I hate them.
     
  15. JonM

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    i would have to say berreta 92fs and ruger sr556.

    i actually did a happy dance after trading the sr556 for a m1 garand :)
     
  16. tacticalfun

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    I love my sr556 lol
     
  17. Westy

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    Taurus TCP 738 in .380, hands down.
     
  18. Tackleberry1

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    Yes, they are excellent, ^^THIS^^ one however had been ridden hard and put away wet...very beat up, the hammer actually came back "crooked". Would not surprise me if it had been run over by a Tank.

    Despite all that and a horrible DA trigger pull, it was still 100% reliable through the 2 boxes I ran through it before trading it off.

    Tack
     
  19. ScottA

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    Smith & Wesson model 411. That thing would spray all over the paper at 15 yards.
     
  20. Glock17owner

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    Lmao. I had a kahr k9 pistol. Man you would see the target paper move but no holes as if the paper was flapping because of the bullet passing close to the paper. I think I was shooting other people target paper at the range.