AndyC wrote:Sure, but I can't recall when I heard last of the same world-class gun-manufacturer having defects in 2 different lines back-to-back; that's what perturbs me, and I own a Sig myself.
I guess Remington is no longer considered a world class manufacturer. I know they had 2 or 3 different problems with the 700 rifle trigger and the 9mm pistol they launched. I can't remember if the RP9 had any significant problems. And do you lay the QA/QC issues of all their subsidiaries on them?
I have heard it pointed out that Glock has gone through some teething issues with their pistols in the past. One of the reasons those guns are what they are is they started as a good design and it has matured over the decades with Glock rarely changing anything.
As Scott mentioned, if they own up to it, fix it, and learn from it, they will better off in the long run.