When I first got my Buckmark it was quite unreliable. Lots of light strikes and one round that got stuck in the chamber and had to be dislodged. Still get the occasional light strikes.
My Ruger 10/22 sets off all the rounds I have ever put through it and is insanely reliable (though it is modified, few factory parts remaining), and I share ammo through both guns, so...
In the Buckmark's defense, the gun is so accurate it's just ridiculous.
"Learning to shoot with a Glock is like learning to drive with a car with a smashed windshield and two flat tires."
Last edited by mr00jimbo; 02-14-2013 at 14:01..