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    Purchased my second handgun today.

    Jericho 941 chambered in 40 S&W. Bought her used form one of my officer's husband. Shes in excellent condition.

    At the moment I cary an XD in 40, but this new one is growing on me.

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    congrats on your second gun! looks good

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    I'd like to hear how you like it after a trip to the range with a wide range of ammo. I know ofthree guys, gun instructors with years of military and/or LEO experince, that just had a very bad time with two 9mm and a 40 S&W Jericho. Lots of jams, both FTF's and FTE's. Good customer service from Charles Daly (money eventually refunded because the guns never worked properly), but new guns shouldn't do this and maybe yours won't. Take it out, give it whirl and see what happens! :what:

    I just picked up a Sig P6 that had a lot of finish wear and one guy at the pawn shop opined that the rifling in the barrel looked about shot out----and this was AFTER I put the gun on layawake. Turns out the little 9mm needed a through cleaning and a good lube. After that, it's digested everything imaginable with no muss, no fuss, no jams and lazer beam accuracy. You just never know....

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