There is some people complaining on HKpro if their USP doesn't do this, since the gun is designed to do it if ya slam the mags. So, some people like that...
Sigs... I've bought several, but didn't get along with any... they just aren't a good fit with me.
I have have several 25 cal raven,45 cal high point and 10/22 ruger.
Those are three I can think of in last ten years.The ruger been a pain
that is fussy when it comes to what type of ammo it likes.I'll take my marlin
model 60 over one any day!The other two are just plain junk! I now only
buy good stuff!
I really regret buying my first handgun, a Ruger Single Six with both the .22LR and .22 WMR cylinders. It was a lot a fun, but it started my addiction. I now blame Ruger for my periodic lack of money and overstuffed safes.
I spent about $80 over what I should have on my Mossberg, and about $25 more on the Surefire for it than I should have. But its such a sweet gun, I'm not too pissed. I could get it all back if I put it up for sale.
I have never regretted a gun purchase.
But there are many guns that I have regretted selling. :smt022
NIB S&W auto's. :smt011 All were purchased due to good luck with past models. However, with very recent reliabilty and quality issues they have all been traded away. I've moved onto a better product line, Sigsauer. :smt023
My Charles Daly 1911. Jams up quite often and spits out empty casings and unspent rounds at the same time...sometimes. I did absolutely NO research prior to buying, and I was still fairly new to handguns at that time. I just pretty much woke up one morning and thought, "I want a 1911." So, I went and bought one that was in my college student budget, lol. You get what you pay for I guess!
Mah Momma says dat de Chaz Daly Nahnteen-Elevohn is a piece of sheeeat. It's de Debil. :smt076
Every gun that I've ever purchased which had any kind of problems I just worked on until it was fixed so I don't really have any regrets. Then again, I've never bought a "Cheap" gun.
Yes, Shipwreck, but will you be hunting him with your P99 or some other handgun?
A Taurus PT-945. Beautiful gun, totally relaible.
I just couldn't shoot the thing.
Lousy gun, lousy customer service- three barrells all defective- took 12 weeks, they could care less. SOLD IT
Taurus PT140. I tried to shoot it at my first Bullseye comp. Very Dissapointing. Out of 60 rounds fired, only 6 managed to find the target. Talk about embarrassing. I went the next week and bought my Colt Serirs 70 govt and never looked back. Actually, my wife bought it for our first christmas. So I can't get rid of it, Dang it.
Sorry dude :(
With recent ridiculously horrid posts I've seen on some of the other forums about problems people have had w/ their Taurus guns, and then the treatment they received from the company, I don't think I could buy another Taurus.
My wife left me for buying a USP tactical 45.:nutkick:
But I still can't say I regret buying the gun.
JK. But she was still pretty pissed. :smt166
i do regret selling some of my guns but not the springfield 1911 i got new at a gun show. i had constant FTF & FTE issues. tried many different magazines even top dollar mags i borrow at the range. i couldn't get through 2 mags in a row without a jam. i sold the gun without a reget at all. only now, looking at the 1911 posts, am i starting to think that i just got a lemon. everyone here seems very willing to vouch for them, so maybe it was just that one. i dtill regret buying it since i sunk alot of money into an unreliable gun.
I don't necessarly regret it, but I never really shoot my 10/22 anymore. It was my first gun way back when, and I only paid $170 for it, but it's just been collecting dust in the case for the past six-eight months.
i didn't, i had very limited knowledge on handguns at the time. i just thought that i got what a paid for. it was a 1911 A1 GI model. i had zero experience with 1911's and just liked the history and feel of the gun. this experience has really turned me off towards them.
OMC Backup .45 ACP. Light firing pin hits sometimes, so I get a click instead of a bang. Had feeding problems for a while, but the liberal application of money to a gunsmith fixed that. Occasionally ejects into my forehead, usually with the sharp edge first, leaving little bloody semi-circles above my eyebrows.
Still have it. Can't bring myself to sell it to somebody.
My only regret is the guns I haven't been able to purchased yet.
I regret buying the PX4. I like a lot of things about it, but it wasn't really what I had in mind for that purchase. Totally reliable, but hard for me to shoot acurately. I'd give anything to go back and get the XD instead. I haven't given up on it yet. I might try some different sites at some point. I also just hung a streamlight light/laser on it. I'm hoping that will make for some better accuracy once I take it out and zero it in. At worst it will end up a reliable sock drawer gun.
The only other regret was my first gun. A rossi .22 pump action rifle that didn't always feed well. Besides even though I was 12 a hotter round would have been more versitile. I regret not having something with enough juice to go after the deer that were abundant on my property at the time.