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  1. TxGun
    10-21-2010 14:41

    I've lost the link, but I do have a saved copy of the BATF report. I'll send it to you later tonight (going out of town in a few minutes). Actually, S&W faired quite well...I just enjotyy pulling G33's chain. Glock won the competition overall...achieving "chosen" pistol status. S&W attained "eligible for purchase" status. Short version: Glock had 9 failures...all "operator induced". S&W had 16failures, also all "operator induced". So, as I said, S&W faired quite well...I just like to ping on G33. Sig had problems...3x the total failures of S&W (50 something, I believe; 15-20 were pistol induced. Sig was rejected early; they appealed, saying the evaluators were biased for S&W.
  2. Famousguy25
    04-30-2010 11:32
    hey i have a Gen 4 22 and im wondering about a problem im having....when i take it apart to clean its fine...then when i'am putting the upper and lower back together i line it up and rack it back and the slide DOES NOT want to go past the back of the frame like it's getting hung up on something (the spring is not coming out of place) BUT when i squeeze the trigger (as if i was taking the slide off) it will go back together just fine, but if the trigger is forward it will NOT budge (as if was in the firing position after you have put it back together) is this something new

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