Some say if a gun doesn't go 1,000 rounds without a stoppage, then it is a piece of junk.
Would you include that as a criteria? Therefore, if you have an otherwise perfect gun, and it has a stoppage 1 time within 1,000 rounds, then it is a piece of junk?
That's probably to extreme. Most people would likely try to solve the problem. See if it was due to limpwristing, bad ammo, bad magazine, etc.
As long as the stoppage can be quickly cleared and the gun made to fire again within a second or two, that it probably wouldn't seem too big a deal.
Any thoughts on that? How many rounds required without any stoppages?