Page 3 of 5 FirstFirst 12345 LastLast
Results 51 to 75 of 104
  1. #51
    fattsgalore's Avatar
    fattsgalore is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    86
    My biggest complaint is with Bersa in general. My .45 the nickel finish peeled like a potato. And the magazine release broke. IT BROKE! I couldn't get my magazine loose for a month. And my .380 had surface rust all over the slide.

  2. Ads
  3. #52
    bearpugh is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    7
    keltec p40. i actually got a good one. had it for 7 years. no issues. but it has no value and recoil is so bad i hate to shoot it! great hideout gun though.

  4. #53
    scooter's Avatar
    scooter is offline Supporting Member - Legally Armed Scooter Trash
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Posts
    2,031
    I think I need to revise My answer,I now regret buying my AR15 more than any other gun I own.....................cuz its sucking money outta my wallet faster than a super massive black hole!! FUN as hell but 'spensive

  5. #54
    Flanker is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    93

    Wink Kimber Tac Pro.II .45acp

    My Kimber Tac Pro II .45acp not because it has had any problems just because little items like needing a new recoil spring after 800 rounds. Also I really don't need or care for the Amb.Dec.Safety just another thing to get kicked on or off if hit by hand or finger. Now that I have the HK .45acp USP Comp. many of my other Kimbers won't see much action. Thats just my Kimbers crying.

  6. #55
    ORYGUN's Avatar
    ORYGUN is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Oregon
    Posts
    62

    Unhappy

    I bought a Llama .45 couldn't hit shit with it and the mags wouldn't drop free. Sold it years ago, now what do I wish I would have kept is a better question.

  7. #56
    The Lone Haranguer is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Glendale, AZ
    Posts
    13
    Most recently, a GLOCK 27. It functions as it is supposed to, but it is too large and blocky for a pocket gun, not substantially easier to carry on the belt than a larger gun and has an unpleasant snappy recoil. I like my S&W M&P compact 9mm (a gun of roughly equal size) far better. Another is a Ruger SP101. It too functions just fine, but it is more difficult to shoot than a subcompact autoloader, has a vicious recoil with full-powered magnums, is heavy and only holds five shots. I just can't find a use for it.

    I've also had a couple that were complete steaming turds and refused to function, namely a Taurus PT945 and a Para-Ordnance P12-45.

  8. #57
    Mystro's Avatar
    Mystro is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    The Fruited Plain
    Posts
    76
    Over the past six decades I've bought and sold a lot of guns - pistols, rifles, shotguns, flint locks, cap and ball, machine guns and a cannon. The only gun I regret buying is the Glock 17 I still own.
    I've been able to adjust/fit the trigger or adapt to the trigger pull on almost all of the guns -
    except this darn Glock!

    I've been patiently waiting for the opportunity to rid myself of this dog for the last five years. Nobody is interested in taking it off my hands! I'm not going to give it away, but it's close to becomming a boat anchor!

  9. #58
    Revolver's Avatar
    Revolver is offline Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    Posts
    897
    None. There are two I got rid of and am glad to be done with but I had my fun with them.

  10. #59
    mhammer3333 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Posts
    15
    Well I bought a Walther PPK/S on impulse because she said it was "cute" and fit in her hand well. We took it to the range and it snapped her pretty good. Walked out of the range/gun store with a new Glock 26. Believe it or not it was easier to handle for her than that 380? The gun store was only going to give me $300.00 when I bought it last week for $480???? Anyone want to buy a PPK/S

  11. #60
    acerman is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    2
    I have bought many guns in my 61 years.But, had only one bad one.It was an AutoMag in 22 magnum.This gun jammed constantly,spayed lead,stove pipe, And, finally as the last straw:fired with a partially open breech.Sprayed me with hot powder and a small piece of brass embedded in my cheek. and about blew my eardrums out even with ear protection.That's when I got so mad at the damn thing I threw it in the river that I was shooting into.And there it sits to this day.

  12. #61
    rachilders's Avatar
    rachilders is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Longview, TX
    Posts
    98
    Quote Originally Posted by acerman View Post
    I have bought many guns in my 61 years.But, had only one bad one.It was an AutoMag in 22 magnum.This gun jammed constantly,spayed lead,stove pipe, And, finally as the last straw:fired with a partially open breech.Sprayed me with hot powder and a small piece of brass embedded in my cheek. and about blew my eardrums out even with ear protection.That's when I got so mad at the damn thing I threw it in the river that I was shooting into.And there it sits to this day.
    Strange, but I had the exact same experience with the same gun back in the 80's. Luckily, I didn't have same problem with brass in my face, but I got rid of it by trading it back to the dealer for a Ruger Security Six .357mag. Turned out to be one of the best guns I ever owned.

  13. #62
    Highside is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Tracy, Kalifornia
    Posts
    56
    Quote Originally Posted by J.R. View Post
    Jennings .380acp,P.O.S. 'NUFF SAID!: very happy with everything else! Randall
    I fell for that to, only gun I ever regreted buying. Bought it about 15 years ago at a gun show for about $90 new, so cheap I just had to try it. It couldn't go through a mag without jamming. Totally unreliable, not accurate for even that small of a gun, and not really even fun to shoot.

    I still have it in the back of the safe as I can't sell it to anyone with a clean conscience.

  14. #63
    nrd515525's Avatar
    nrd515525 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Posts
    57
    I have a bunch.

    Taurus Model 83, a joke. Bad rifling made it lead up big time. NEW

    AMT Hardballer Longslide .45 A dud from day one. Went back to AMT, still had feed problems and they scratched it all up. NEW

    Colt .45 Government Model. Sloppy fit on the slide, lots of feeding issues. USED

    AMT Back-Up .380 DAO. I'm a big guy, and not weak, but it was really really hard to pull the trigger. Damn thing jammed too. NEW. A trip to AMT got the pull reduced to about 40 pounds (A guess), and then it had problems with not hitting the primers hard enough.

    FTL Auto Nine .22 The thing HAD to have one particular brand of "standard velocity " ammo, any other would either fail to cycle the slide, and anything stronger would blow the extactor off. NEW

    S&W model 59. Picky about ammo to the point of insanity. I finally sold it after a trip to S&W seemed to accomplish nothing. USED.

    I had one of those FEG DA HP variants. It took a lot of work to get it to feed ok, and a lot more to get the trigger anything close to what it should have been. Trigger guard was so sharp it cut my finger all to hell on the first shot.
    Too much work. Once it was all done, it did shoot ok. Sold it to my neighbor who really liked it, and he gave it to his kid.

  15. #64
    Lawnman380's Avatar
    Lawnman380 is offline Supporting Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    North Port Florida
    Posts
    67
    Taurus model 94 22lr

  16. #65
    jimg11 is offline Member
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    New England
    Posts
    201

    Talking Gun you regret buying?

    I never met a gun I didn't like. There are a lot that I regret selling!

  17. #66
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Posts
    219
    An XD 9mm in the 4" barrel. I took it to the range and it shot worse than any handgun I have ever had. I also disliked the location of the disassembly lever. So, I took it back to Scheels Sports Store and they gave me full trade in value on a Glock 17. I'm not totally in love with the G 17 either but it definitely is better for me than the XD.

    It's a little funny, but I am a big fan of the larger frame/slide Glocks but not the smaller frame models and that may be why I didn't take to the 4" XD. I love my G34 and in many ways it is my fave gun. I also shoot a G35 in competition and my home defense gun is a G 21 with night sights. I shot a G 19 at a local indoor range and I didn't care for it at all. Unintentionally, I think I insulted the gun range owner when I said I didn't care for the G 19 I just rented. Then, he took the gun and put it in his holster. It was his carry gun. Oh well...............

  18. #67
    mw1311's Avatar
    mw1311 is offline Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Lone Star State
    Posts
    215
    Rock River Arms Elite Commando...

    Nice looking on the outside but not inside...also was a jamm-o-matic. Non-existent customer service topped it all off. Worst $1600 i've ever spent.






  19. #68
    watsoncb's Avatar
    watsoncb is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Falls Church, VA
    Posts
    36

    Llama 45

    I bought a Llama .45 ACP after about a year, I noticed a major crack that went across entire frame from retaining pin hole across the other side. I almost missed it.

  20. #69
    Mini14 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Posts
    17
    Bought an MISR-90, what a POJ! Parts breakage issues, jammatic. Traded for an uber-reliable SKS that I still have.

  21. #70
    DRAEGER is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Posts
    76
    FIE 380

    Long story, made short...

    About 15 years ago a guy owed my some cash, so I took a handgun as payment. New in box, never fired. Shot 12 rds though it and frame broke, still have it too.


  22. #71
    GypsyBill's Avatar
    GypsyBill is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Location
    Spanish Fort, AL
    Posts
    56
    Davis Industries P32 (32 acp).. bought in 1990 for $65.. shot it 5 times on the 6 rnd is jammed.. cleaned it, put it back in the box and never shot it again.. forgot about it until about a month ago.. found it and sold it at a gunshow for $50...

  23. #72
    stetson is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    Augusta,Maine
    Posts
    75
    Tarus Pt111,what piece of junk!

  24. #73
    katana8869's Avatar
    katana8869 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Brooksville, FL
    Posts
    5
    Never had one until last weekend. Kimber Pro Carry HD II. So far it has been the biggest POS I have ever owned. It will be going back to Kimber if they get their act together and get the UPS pick up order done that they promised me on thursday that never materialized.

    So far the follow through at the custom shop sucks too.

  25. #74
    falshman70's Avatar
    falshman70 is offline Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    No VA & coastal SC
    Posts
    495
    I guess the closest I come to regreting a purchase is a Kimber Tactical Custom II. It's been an OK gun, with a few FTFs and stovepipes, but I regret that I bought it before I had a clear idea of what I wanted it for. Kimber's Tactical series all have alloy frames. If I was going to get an alloy fram, I should have gotten the Pro (4") not the 5". Wish I had gotten a steel frame 5". Somewhere down the line I'll get a Wilson Combat and be done with 1911s.

  26. #75
    powertec is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Posts
    4

    Taurus PT-22

    I bought a brand new PT-22 as a birthday gift for my wife. We took it out to fire it and found that the firing pin would not strike the cartridge with enough force to cause detonation about 30% of the time. We tried different brand bullets with the same result. We also had a jam.

    I returned the gun to Taurus and called a week later to check the status and was told that all repairs take 5-6 weeks. This is an outrage! Repair would be fine but this gun was defective right out of the box and should be replaced immediately.

    Obviously I will never buy another Taurus! They are junk!

Page 3 of 5 FirstFirst 12345 LastLast

Ads

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Search tags for this page

amt backup 380 laser sight
,
auto nine .22
,

davis industries p-32

,
davis industries p32
,
fie titan .380
,

fie titan 380

,
fie titan 380 magazine
,
fie titan 380 parts
,
fie titan laser sight
,
laser fie titan 25
,
raven .25 value
,
taurus pt111 laser sight
Click on a term to search for related topics.