Well they do have a break in period.Well I guess as long as it works thats fine, the only one I have any experience with was at my CCDW class a guy had brought one and it jammed every 3 or 4 shots. Lucky for him he also brought a colt python and a k-frame can't remember which one he finished up with but it worked a lot better.
Sorry thats just an excuse manufactures give for building guns that don't work, unless maybe its a super tight bullseye gun. Even then I would not be happy spending 2k+ on a bullseye gun, then having to buy ammo just to get it working for that much money they should run enough ammo through them at the factory to get them working IMO.Well they do have a break in period.
Lol, thanks, ill go over at the firing line and check it out:rock:I would have never traded off a CA Undercover. The one I had years ago it was a nice cheap yet reliable always go bang tool. But I won't rip you for that Craftsman powerdrill, oops I mean Hi Point. There is actually a growing fan club over at TFL. Most owners speak highly of their reliability while joking about their looks. A local store had them on sale last week for $120 and I actually considered picking up a couple for stashing around the house (no kids here) but I've bought way too many pistols in the last 6 months and talked myself into a new Tikka hunting rifle instead.
Good look with that power drill!