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Lorcin 9mm

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by browning51537, Jan 23, 2010.

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  1. browning51537

    browning51537 Member

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    A number of years ago my son and I each purchased a Lorcin 9mm. We don't shoot them very often because they are not very accurate and don't cycle well. Is there a way to improve both or were they, as they say, when a fool and his money soon parted?
    David P.
     
  2. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome, browning51537


    Sorry sir, Lorcin was not a good 9mm
     
  3. mgkdrgn

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    Take 'em to the next gun "buy back" and put what ever you get for them there towards a decent gun. The Lorkins were junk when they were brand new, and don't get any better with age.
     
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    Thanks guys, it's kind of what I expected. It's too bad they are not heavier then I could use mine as a boat anchor!
     
  6. CrashInBlack

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    Paperweight maybe?

    My Lorcin is headed to the next buyback...
     
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    Which is funny, because I was looking for an L9mm not too long ago, and do you think I could find one?
     
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    Being laid off has put a damper on my purchasing things that aren't absolutely essential.
     
  10. weregunner

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    You might want to check out
    http://bryco-jennings-jimenezarms.com/

    If anyone knows these pistols backwards and forwards they would.

    If you truly want to make changes to the gun this would be the place to go.
     
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