Both my Sig P6 and P229R seem to be malfunctioning in the same manner as Robb's Glock. Clearly something was seriously wrong with the P229R when I went to pick up pizza last night, as there was no bloodshed and the cute waitress at the counter didn't dive for cover.
Any suggestions on a more reliable weapon? :)
Thursday, July 8, 2010
So Much For "To Hell And Back Reliability"
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What about the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch?
Wife was at work late and called from the train. I suggested we have dinner at a nice little place in the train station. The restaurant has a full bar, and not only did I manage to do just fine with water rather than get totally soused, but my 1911 stayed in its holster and didn't fire a shot!
I should contact S&W, they have good customer service!
obviously you need to start carrying a samurai sword.
Man, it's a freaking epidemic of failures.
Went to Sonic last night with my Taurus and nothing happened -- even though there was horrendously slow service!!!
Is there any good brands left out there?
1: Steal a "gat." Or buy one that your young, choirboy buddy stole.
2: Add homeboy night sites on the side of the slide.
3: Tuck the gat into your waistband, sans holster.
4: Have young, choirboy buddy take a picture of you pointing the gat directly at his face.
5: Go to the nearest liquor store.
The rest should take care of itself.
And Bob: My Mil Pro is malfing like crazy. Last Friday, the Mexican restaurant where I went with Mom and my sister was a wee bit busy. The service was soooooo slooooooooowwwwwwwww...and yet, the firearm stayed in its holster. *sigh*
I have bad news, Mike.
Even the venerable Smith & Wesson revolvers, long the benchmark for reliability, are failing.
Neither my model 38 nor my 360PD have run amuck.
They just don't make guns like they used to, I guess...
Same with my Para's Jay.... neither of them are jumpin outta their holsters.....
same goes for my Mantis Z'mora knife too.... I might need to contact Jared about that..... its just not leaving my pocket and cutting people
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