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Old 02-14-2020, 11:18 AM
Striker2237 Striker2237 is offline
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Originally Posted by shooter59 View Post
Yeah.....not really.

While your personal test for reliability is commendable, it’s not the final word.

A good number of rounds should be run through any gun being considered for carry revolver or pistol, but there are many variables that come into play other than round count.

Additionally, I stay away (after extensive experience) from saying those is better than that’. It’s just simply not true.

Your comment that reliability is immune to price is pretty good, generally speaking. There are no real absolutes with regard to what is made, and proven to be reliable.

Back to the original question......carry the gun YOU feel is the very best for YOU. Worrying about what might happen to it later is pretty much a waste of energy.
Timers do not lie, some guns are just better than others unilaterally even in the hands of multiple people.
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