Hand gun least likely to jam (not Wheel)

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  1. cash$$cow

    cash$$cow
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    Which of YOUR guns seems to never jam on you??? ( Revolvers not included)

    I have a Kahr from the mid 90's that tops my list.

    Let me know.
     
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  2. 4dogs

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    XDm 9
     
  3. el gringo loco

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    Glock. All day every day. Two 17s and a 26. Over 25k rounds, most through one of the 17s. Never a malfunction. Ever.
     
  4. Trlsmn

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    Revolvers.
     
  5. slingshot1943

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    My old Llama 45 acp will digest anything and not jam. Never has.
     
  6. Just Jim

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    none of my revolvers have ever jammed LOL

    jj
     
  7. cash$$cow

    cash$$cow
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    Title say not wheel............:laugh:
     
  8. jordanvraptor

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    Beretta M9 or 92FS, I've had 3 and never a problem with any ammo be it Blazer, Wolf, or gaping hollow points.
     
  9. 22many

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    I wish I had my old llama back. Along with yours, it would eat any ammo you threw at it! Good gun.

    As far as not jamming......I would have to say my DW 1911.
     
  10. 9mmMike

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    Gotta be my Glocks, although I don't think I've ever had any type of malfunction with my 3rd Generation S&W Auto either...
     
  11. gcban

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    One word for this one, Glocks! I have owned many of them over 20+ years now and they fire whatever you put in them, without complaint.
     
  12. magnum

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    My .02, GLOCK. I'm up to my 9th one and can honestly say they are the best for the money.:thumbup:
    I've also had zero issues with hk usps. I've had 4 and all functioned perfect.
     
  13. nwhpfan

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  14. raftman

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    This ugly gun. No matter how crappy or uncrappy the ammo, it just works and works and works.

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  15. biggie24420

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    I too say GLOCK..... I have had some issues with my sig but that was because it's and older pistol and it likes ball ammo. Since I have been using the factory mags and ball ammo my sig has had no issues. The only problem I had with my Glock was either bad ammo or since I have a G27 with extended slide release..... If I am not careful I can actually push the slide release up and lock my slide back as I shoot it.
     
  16. John Gault

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    1990's era SIG 229. Not one FTF or other type of misfire. Every type of cheap and not so cheap ammo. True that it only has 600 or so rounds down the pipe. Had never heard of "breaking in" a gun until I joined this site. Always thought all guns were like mine. Good to go from day 1 :thumbup:
     
  17. 2gr8dgs

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    My Bulgarian Makarov.
     
  18. unionguy

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    Smith and Wesson M&P's, uber-reliable for me, all three.
     
  19. eddieb

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    The one that hasn't been built yet.:D
     
  20. M.Link

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    I've never had a problem with any of the 6 or 7 Glocks that I've had. 9mm, .40, .45, and 10mm, some sub compact, compacts, and full sizes. That's why I stick with them.
     

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