Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Meowhead, Oct 4, 2008.
I don't believe Kahr Arms has any business association with the Moonies. The firearms manufacture business is kinda in direct opposition to the Moonie doctrine on religion and world peace.
Just because Justin Moon is the son of the church founder doesn't mean the two are fiscally linked.
And don't forget...Justin Moon is also sole owner of Auto-Ordinance and Magnum Research, as well. And he made his position on New York's SAFE Act known when he announced that he was moving Kahr Firearms Group out of New York and into Pennsylvania because of it.
Seems like the kinda guy I'd like...even if I don't find many of his Kahr pistols attractive in appearance.
The Judge, or the Jury, or whatever the heck those shot shell/cartridge monstrosities are named. They look goofy and aren't really well suited for firing either.
He may not support his father, but the money his company makes sure does
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But I haven't been able to stick to that yet....
ANY righthand bolt rifle......I'm a lefty (handed not political).
I used to love shooting them, now it's just a pain to have to clean when I get home.
My buddy has one. And I'm glad he does. It's absolutely asinine but fun to shoot. I wouldn't ever buy one myself but I like that I have a friend who does!
Not bad with a .45 Long Colt but a .410 slug will make a grown man giggle.
Probably another modern polymer pistol. I have two. Its all I need. I will buy 100 revolvers and rifles before I buy another polymer pistol. If I line them all up and squint I can't tell the difference between any of them.
Nothing full auto. If I were to spend that kind of money on a gun simply because it is full auto, I would have to kick myself every day thereafter. I don't even know what the starting price point would be for something full auto. That opinion might change if the restrictions were to change.
Separately, I'll add one. Or a category. That is, anything from Kel-Tec that most vendors have in stock. Like their little pistols and such. Would never want one. OTOH, they do have a few models that I do want, but are never in stock. It's not like they are sold out. They are NEVER in stock. What's with that?
2) Kimber: My Kimber Custom II with the external extractor had a multitude of problems. After battling with Kimber for 6 months and many trips back for repair they finally changed out the slide with an internal extractor. I still have the Kimber and now it is reliable after much work tweaking it myself. I rate Kimbers customer service an F for the way they dealt with the problem. Only a 1 year warranty.
3) Taurus: The Taurus 608 .357 was another never work right revolver. The cylinder would not lock at right place when firing it by double action. It went back to Taurus several times before I sold it back to the LGS where I bought it with full disclosure at a substantial loss. Offer a limited lifetime warranty. But what good does that do if they can't even fix one of their own firearms after several tries. I rate their firearm and customer service both an F.
At present I own close to 50 autoloaders and several dozen wheel guns. My collection consists of Sig Sauer, S&W, Colt, Ruger, Springfield, Walther, Ed Brown, Wilson Combat, and a few others. A few of those that I just listed had minor problems which is understandable however all manufactures made it right with very good to excellent customer service in a reasonable amount of time.
Really? Like what, their pricing and reliability?
Let the hatred begin. I dont care!
Awww c'mon. Half of this thread is about opinion and preference. It's not solely dependent on fact. In that regard, I completely agree that Glocks are incredibly boring. But I do respect the fact that they are reasonably priced for the level of dependability and quality they provide. But I too still would rather not own one.
I will add, since we're on the aesthetic side of the aisle, that I would never own a Kimber because I can't stand looking at their giant script logo on the side of the slide. It's bordering on narcissistic how large and pronounced it is, and the script style just doesn't fit with the product on which it's imprinted.
How's that for an opinion based on opinion rather than fact??
Women are "Beautiful"...scenery is "Beautiful"...sunsets are "Beautiful"...
What makes an angular steel 1911 intrinsically "Beautiful" over a Glock?
Same basic shape or profile, really...grip, slide...what "Beautiful", the beholder???
I tell you what's "Beautiful"...knowing I can bet my life on it after it is dropped in the mud, dragged around or submerged for a week.
That is goes BOOM, when needed and doesn't need to be lubed like a 60 y.o virgin.
You can keep your "Beautiful" safe queens and put those "Beautiful" guns in glass showcases.
I'll take those ugly "Black-Guns", Glocks, AR's ,AK's and the like.
Soooo...don't hold back, tell us what you REALLY think!
And by the way...what's YOUR "never buy" gun?
Separate names with a comma.