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Most trouble free gun you have less than $600

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by WayneJessie, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. samuse

    samuse

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    9mm Glocks, Beretta M9 and M9A1, S&W 442-2.

    I have a couple of Hi Powers that give no problems and I paid under $6oo, but they list for more...
     
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  2. mjkeat

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    Glock 17 RTF and an M&P9 Pro
     

  3. Slackinoff

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    gen4 g19 has been the most reliable glock/handgun I have ever owned.
     
  4. countrygun

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    That's asking me to eat up a lot of band width.

    But you mentioned one and others have covered another

    I'll stick to "bought new and still in production" to keep the list reasonable.

    CZ 75 compact

    Sigpro 2022 9mm.

    The used list would be too long.
     
  5. Butcher

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    CZ P-01
    Going on 9 years and 25k+ rounds

    Just picked up an SP-01 earlier this month. I expect it to run just as reliably


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  6. CMG

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    Ruger KP-95 ... have never had a single issue.
     
  7. JimIsland

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    G20 Gen II. I have a gazillion rounds through it and its as reliable as day one.
     
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  8. garya1961

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    Exactly, as dependable as a Glock at about half the cost.
     
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    unfortunately, as much as i love my glocks, my gen3 17 did malfunction ONCE in several thousand rounds. my g3 19 had some random extraction issues ie brass to the face. no failures though.

    both my CZs have been flawless after thousands of rounds.
     
  10. DrtyHarry

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    For UNDER $600....

    1. Sig P220
    2. Glock 17/27




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  11. JDSTG58

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    Cheapest thats been perfect is a CZ 82. Cost $175.
     
  12. colin1230

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    Ruger SR9c, thousands of rounds and counting.
     
  13. bikerdog

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    Glock 17 gen3 and my old ruger p97 in 45. Neither of those guns have ever malfunctioned out of thousands of rounds.

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  14. RageEffect

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    Springfield XD-9 OD green 4". Best gun, cycles minor loads and full power, ejects cases into a neat little pile. Looks good from some angles, bad from others! Haven't had a single malfunction, except my first attempt at reloading ammo when I severely undercharged the rounds! And the trigger is hard to beat with any striker gun I've ever shot/held
     
  15. RGbiker

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    For me........3rd generation G26. it's eats anything, with any size magazine and with polygonal bore, clean up is easy.

    RIA 1911 .45acp and SA XDs .45acp, are both trouble free.

    All SIG'S, that I own: P220, P245, P239 and West German Police surplus P6.

    My 1960 DDR 9X18 Makarov in SA is a tack driver.
     
  16. Cole125

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    Glock 19 and 21, Ruger SR22 and MKIII.
     
  17. mad.gunsmith

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    Glock H&K, 1911, Sig, Beretta, all choked. The HP still chugs along like a fat girl in a eating contest.
     
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    Gen 2 GLOCK 19, I've owned for 10 years. I've put thousands of rounds through it and I have never had a malfunction. I've used a SS guide rod and a non-captured recoil spring and a NY1 trigger spring for most of that time.
     
  20. South Fla

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    Sig P220
    Sig P226 (x2)
    Glock 17, 21, 23 (x2)
    Smith & Wesson 645, 4506, 4566

    All fired flawlessly, every time I pulled the trigger. (I can't say that about the now traded away Glock 22.)

    Probably because they were all stock and as they came from the factory. I see no need for gimmick parts. They all shoot very well from the box.

    My HKs (USP .45, USP.40c) were over $600.00.
     
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