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No FTFeed/Fire/Stove's Pipes yet

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by kx250kev, May 25, 2008.

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  1. kx250kev

    kx250kev Member

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    I'm curious to know what your most dependable semi-auto handguns are. (I have 3 that have functioned perfectly, and I can't recall ever having a single misfeed or misfire inncident with these guns. (Please list your most dependable guns)

    Ruger P89
    Ruger P95
    Springfield XD SC .40
     
  2. skinewmexico

    skinewmexico Member

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    All of my XDs and Glocks have been fine, and my Star BM and Super. Jury is still out on the Sig P6, and the CZ75 I sent back, because the slide kept locking up.
     
  3. Hanzerik

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    The only semi-auto handguns I have ever had those types of problems have all been 22's. I cannot remember ever having problems with a centerfire pistol; P85, Norico 1911, XD9, XD9SC, RIA 1911, G19, Jennings 380
     
  4. Phelptwan

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    I've got well over 2000 rounds through my p99 with a few FTF's on some ****ty steel cased ammo, perfect with everything else.

    Just over 500 rounds with no malfunctions whatsoever on my DW CBOB.
     
  5. chris in va

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    With the exception of duds, I'd have to say my CZ Kadet has been a good shooter. Only one bobble, the firing pin retainer dropped out due to a weak pin spring. CZ replaced it.

    Next would be my Sig 220. No FT-anything. Just a broken trigger return spring, normal maintenance.

    I don't think my P11 has misfired either although I don't put much through it.
     
  6. Mad Magyar

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    My Colt Officer's model...No hiccups, at least, not yet!:)
     
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