Tought I'd pose this to the group. I just bought a low round count non Glock. Obviously it has an issue that can be remedied by the factory that I discovered after 100 rounds. Further, it's clear that the prior owner had trouble, traded or sold to a dealer and it was put on Gunbroker, probably to sell to a distant purchaser. I have a problem with this sort of thing, I'm not suggesting that it's like a homewner's disclosure, but if a weapon doesn't work correctly, I feel morally it should not be traded or sold to a gunshop when you know they won't really check the gun out, but just sell it to some poor jasper who might choose to defend his family with a gun that stovepipes or jams or worse. What says the group? It's always been an interesting debate to me, bucks versus integrity. Guess what usually wins?