Jon Bergren wrote:jpari wrote:So Jon, I guess that you are the only responder to this thread that does not selectively read. My original response to you asked why my and my compadres Berettas, these total 8 to remind you, do not suffer from the mysterious Beretta issues that you mentioned. To this point you have not supplied a direct answer to that query. All of your responses to to this point remind me of when I read the answers of High School Sophmores on tests when they really do not know the answer to the question asked. They try to spin all around the point with allot of verbiage and hope that I will not notice that they really did not answer the question. Please try to direct your answers specifically to my Beretta question. I really do not care where or what you worked as or how detailed that work is or was. Please answer my Beretta question. At this point if you cannot understand that more expensive guns are built better than cheaper ones I cannot further engage in useless frustrating dialogue that spins in circles with you to continue to make this point. But please answer my Beretta question.
You must not understand modern day statistical control which allows 5% of the guns to be faulty. IF you were Beretta and getting barrels shooting to the left, wouldn't you fix the problem. They did. Where were you when this happened? Why does my Pastor Son's Citori keep malfunctioning, It is one of your so called expensive guns. Our 870's wingmasters don't miss a beat. None of my guns malfunction do to personal care. Jon
Well it seems to me you get the only 5% of lower end guns that never has a problem. It's strange that everyone you know that buys high quality guns has malfunctions, but for me it's the opposite. The people I shoot with that buy lower end guns seem to have problems, whereas those of us who spend money on high quality guns, seem to not have problems. It happens to a serious hunters guns, not someone who hunts on the weekends and a few days of the week a year. I know a guy who doesn't clean his gun and he hunts every day without a problem. He bought a high end double. I know another guy who has a low end double that's hunted it daily and had problems. It's a crapshoot with the lower quality guns on what kind you get. It seems to me youust have extremely good luck if every lower end gun you buy doesn't have a problem.
I would like to know how you can tell when to replace a part before it fails. Do you have a special gift you haven't told us yet? I would like to know so I can ask you what's going to go out on my guns so I can go ahead and order the parts, so I don't have to be a gun down during season.