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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. RMTactical

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    I had one of those and kind of miss it...
     

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  2. Berto

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    Good one, I forgot about my Makarov. Probably the best value in handguns going at the time.
     

  3. marano

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    Take your pick. Glocks have been great. Rugers great, Makarov's great, Norinco .45 Great. Beretta 92 great, Smith & Wesson 5906 great. Smith Revolvers, Model 10 times three, great, Ruger Revolvers times seven great!!!! They are all so good and I don't think I ever paid over $500 for one.
     
  4. Kirishiac

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    That award does not go to my glock 17, but to my former Sig pro 2340. I owned that gun for 10 years shot thousands of rounds and it was 100%.
     
  5. hsprincipal

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    Haven't had any issues with any handgun in the list below. All were less than $600 except the M9.
     
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  6. Glock_Convert

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    G19. Hands down.

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  7. Warp

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    Glock 26, 3rd Gen, manufactured summer 2005.

    Glock 19, 3rd Gen, manufactured spring 2009.
     
  8. Haldor

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    Glock 26 Gen 3. Over 4000 rounds without a single malfunction. Fits my hand like I grew it there.

    My G19 was equally reliable, but it never fit my hand quite right (reason why it is my ex-G19).

    My Ruger Mark II is also a dream. Hasn't got the round count that my Ruger Standard had (close to 30K) but it is creeping up on 10K. The Ruger Standard (no mark) is still going strong, I just sold it to a friend.
     
  9. spcwes

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    I have a Glock 19 I know I have put well over 20,000 rounds through since 2001. I stopped counting in like 2006 I think and still shoot it today. No issues what so ever. I would hate to guess but would be easy to say over 50,000 rounds. It's all stock with the addition of extended slide stop.

    And most of the firearms I have purchased have no issues. Think I had a kimber that was crap but it was over $600 bucks.
     
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  10. Jason D

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    How would you equate dozens of guns that have never malfunctioned?
    It could be any number of revolvers, Sigmas, Glocks, M&P pistols, or even 1911's.
     
  11. FTjoe

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    my CZ-83 has been perfect so far. and it was my cheapest too.
    all others have had minor hiccups.
     
  12. Warp

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    Not really.

    OP asked about auto loading. 8th word, 1st sentence, 1st post.

    Revolvers don't really fit the definition of an auto loader.
     
  13. Butcher

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    Automatically loads another round from the next cylinder after you squeeze the trigger lol


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  14. Warp

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    Next round is already loaded. ;)
     
  15. John_NJ

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    G19, G22, G23, G26 - zero issues. Also have a Kel Tec P11 that has been great. At $230 the P11 is my all time favorite cheap gun.


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  16. Brent39

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    Glock's are above $600 here. Under $600 my Walther P1's
     
  17. gnepig

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    Smith & Wesson Airweight in 38sp, no problems ever...
     
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  18. 390ish

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    Trouble free would be any of the Glocks I have purchased. Best all around would be a used 226.
     
  19. datatech2550

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    I've had my 5906 since '92, zero malfunctions. I got that one when the Sheriff decided to let deputy's carry anything they wanted........as long as what they wanted was a 9mm, hi-capacity, stainless S&W. :whistling:
     
  20. Line Rider

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    Sorry guy but I've got y'all in beat... a H&R Topper 88 20gal and a 1978 Glenfield Marling Model 60. I used both as a teen. I know that I put 2000 + rounds thru my H&R 88 before I traded it. It cost $59.99 new at K-mart. The GM 60 I have to had put 10,000 thru it with out a problem. It cost about $50 or $60 in 1978 at K-mart.