I did not enjoy sent on a Polish PA-64 and a Davis derringer in 32 ACP. The PA-64 was uncomfortable to shoot and the Davis trigger was so hard to pull it almost wouldn’t shoot.
Do you know what's crazy ? People actually collect those cheap Rhom and RG revolvers. I hate to admit it but I collect cheap little 25 autos. I have a Sterling, Raven, and Excam. And they go for $200 plus.I once did a multi-gun deal that came with a Rhom .38 revolver. I couldn't get rid if it quick enough, lest is infect my other revolvers.
I had one, the trigger pull was horrible. I should have kept it, it was a Grey Ghost.Wait, since this is a handgun forum, I'll change that. Walther P-38.
What was the issue with it/them?44 sp charter I just got..
LOL! Sorry about the rifle, but that expression is hilarious!…a POS Century Yugo M76 build that would swallow a field gauge like it was empty…
You’re supposed to wear an Egyptian headscarf while shooting it. I swear, I have the hots for this thing. I’m about ready to up and move to whatever state the next Hakim seller is in. No, I’ve never shot one. I used to walk past them at gun shows and shake my head. YouTube has now brainwashed me.I had one too and hated how it blew my hair back every time I fired it! Good riddance!
I suppose, like cilantro, they just don’t appeal or suit some people. Mine is pleasant to shoot and accurate (well, at 10 yards, a reasonable confrontation distance).Ksaw, great to have your vote the Ruger LCP P.O.S. There are a bunch of losers and the LCP is definitely on the S-list.
Perhaps it was in another thread I mentioned mine. I bought a .44 Special Charter Arms DAO for concealed carry. I hated that the hammer would finally trip at the last 0.0001” of travel. So many times I thought it wasn’t going to fire. Then I got a Charter Arms .44 Special Bulldog (DA/SA), which looked great and seemed fine for the first 35 rounds. After that the cylinder became progressively harder to turn as I thumbed back the hammer. By round 50, it almost didn’t turn into position. After cleaning, all was normal, although it didn’t have any more fouling than any other revolver. Maybe it was the materials used or some break-in issue. I don’t know. I sold both at a big loss a year later - I think I got $125 for the both of them from the same place I bought them (new). I don’t miss the somewhat ugly DAO, but I probably should’ve given the other one a chance - so, slight regret.… a Charter Arms product of some sort.
Kind of brilliant on the "which of my children do I love the most?" side, if the transaction costs are not extremely high.I am experimenting with a new method of determining which guns to keep, and which to get rid of. Step 1. Sell all your guns. Well, maybe not all, but a sizeable portion 2. Wait 90 days. 3. Ponder which guns over which you have seller's remorse , and which you do not think about much at all. 4. Buy the guns you really miss. I really miss my Krag and my Savage Model 99. The rest I can do without.
i like davis derringers,early ones,y'know the small ones ,i sent my .25 back(extracter ?) they fixed it-- mid 80 s -- and sent it back,gratis. i still have a .32I did not enjoy sent on a Polish PA-64 and a Davis derringer in 32 ACP. The PA-64 was uncomfortable to shoot and the Davis trigger was so hard to pull it almost wouldn’t shoot.
One came into shop. Brand new in box. Would hang up. Found with metal chips in action. Still rough after cleanout.The Taurus "Judge" is the one I will never regret selling. Inaccurate, lousy customer service and one step above a junk IMO.
I recently purchased the 32 H&R Mag Charter revolver. I really like it, altho it did have to go back to the factory when it completely locked up after 50 roundsned a Charter Arms product of some sort.
I'm sure it is just me, but except for superb semi-auto .22's - I have NEVER had a Ruger I could shoot well. (And I've owned a bunch !).I really wanted a Ruger P85 pistol in 9mm when they first hit the market and everybody was lusting for one, when I finally located a brand new specimen at a gun show in the late '80s. I also purchased a Sauer & Sohn model 1913 pocket pistol in .32 ACP at the same show and headed to the range as quickly as I could. What a let down! The little S&S 1913 was more accurate with its short barrel than the big, chunky, and awkward to manipulate P85. I then realized that I had fallen for all the hype surrounding the P85 and got rid of the Ruger boat anchor as fast as I could but still have and occasionally still shoot the model 1913 pocket pistol. To make matters worse, in order to help finance the P85 purchase, I sold a 1950's vintage Springfield M1 Garand and still kick myself to this day for my stupidity.