Originally Posted by dbg326
From what I've heard, the spacing is tight on a lot of these...and that has me a bit apprehensive, hence the question. If I'm going to be carrying, I want to know that it's going to go bang every time I pull the trigger.
Wife bought one before taking her concealed carry class.
The cylinder stuck a few times with it, no matter the ammo it would hang up.
It may have had 200 rounds thru it at this point, it was sent back for repair.
Since we got it back it hasn't done it anymore, but I didn't trust it after that and bought her a Ruger LCR.
She also sent it back to get the trigger pull lightened, gun was away 6 weeks and came back the same.
Said they didn't have the parts for it, but they would call when they got them
Hmm, manufacturer doesn't have the parts to modify the gun?
Make ya a deal on it