I went out to the range to practice with a friend and the darn thing just refused to return the trigger after firing a shot. I could push it foreword with my finger tip and it would reset. Try that in a gun fight. Thething is about a year old with lessthan 200 rounds through it.It is disgusting. If I had needed it I would have had one shot thenthrow it atthe BG.
Itappears to bejust a broken return spring but that doesn't make me feel any better. I shipped it off to Beretta with a note expressing my joy at this turn of events. I guess sooner or later I will find out how that goes. Read that WARRANTY?
So I am forced to carry my Taurus 38 special revolver. It is reminiscent of one of the old police 38 Special S&Ws. It has wooden grips, six shots, a 4 inch barrel, and adjustable sights. In other words it is a big heavy hunk of steel. Even the holster for it is an old police type that hangs lower than I normally like. But at least I am not without a gun while Beretta looks at my Cheetah.