In recent Top Gear (UK version) episode Jeremy Clarkson and James May went on a quest to find the worst car in the history of the world. I thought this line of thinking would be a interesting for NWFA. It doesn't necessarily have to be the cheapest (and probably most poorly made) either. After all what do you expect in a cheap gun? Usually you get what you pay for. However, I can think of a few “high end” guns that might qualify. I'm throwing it out there for conversation to find out which gun(s) did not live up to expectations. You know, like the total fox you finally scored a date with, blew $150.00 on dinner, expecting you'd also be having her (or him whichever you prefer) for breakfast, but you didn't even get to first base. Or the car you've always wanted, drooled over, and finally shelled out your hard earned money only to learn it sucks. Total disappointment. So, share your opinion. What is the worst gun in the history of the world? And why? I'll start it off. For me it is Kimber. I bought a Super Carry Custom. Damn, it looked good in the display case at the gun store and felt even better in my hand. However, because I spent well north of a grand I had high expectations. I do not think these high expectations were not unreasonable either. But when the wife and I took it out on its maiden voyage we had nothing but FTF issues. And this was with ball ammo. I never did try any high dollar defense ammo as I felt it would just be a waste. If it couldn't run with ball ammo what is the point of trying the more expensive rounds? I got it fixed and it shot with no further issues. But the confidence was lost. I sold it for a helluva loss. The buyer got a really good deal. But it still left a bad taste in my mouth and I'm not going to give Kimber a chance to burn me again. Others come to mind too. Taurus, Jennings and Hi Point. Again, you get what you pay for.