Heres another what do you think? Is it ethical and/or righteous to get rid of gun thats faulty in one way or another without the next owner knowing about it? If we bought or acquired a gun thats not reliable, is troublesome or is even dangerous and we told a friend or someone about it and they still wanted to buy it or you gave it to them that would be okay. But what about having a firearm with the aforementioned problems and we give it away, sell it or trade it in on another gun without letting that person or someone know of its history? Is this okay? How would we like it if we acquired a firearm that was problematic? What if we got a gun and after firing it we found out that we got ripped off or there was a bad accident with it? How about getting rid of a problem gun and the person who gets it next gets injured or killed by its defects or they need to use it to defend their or their loved ones lives and it doesnt work and they get injured or killed? Allot to think about in my opinion. I ask this because three years ago I bought a Kahr PM9 that was a real lemon for me and my friends. I called and worked with Kahr and their customer service was outstanding. Long story short, after I sent the gun back 4 times they sent me a new one and it too was a lemon so Kahr sent me their best gun and I traded it even for a Glock 26. During this time of all the problems, friends were telling me to just bite the bullet, get rid of it and get something else. But I couldnt do it. I didnt want to pass these allegedly self defense guns on to someone else who may need it to save their life and have it fail like it did so often for me. If I did I would still be wondering about the poor slob who might have it and what might happen. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!