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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightstalker865 View Post
    Was told the video in question is on ďChambers CustomĒ Instagram feed. I donít have an Instagram account, so I canít look through enough of the posts to find the video. If someone can find a way to link directly to it or share it from the account, it would be appreciated.


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    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFNzMlF...=1kb0vib5x4an8


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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmuscle View Post
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    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFNzMlF...=1kb0vib5x4an8


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    Thank you for posting that. WOW.... is about all I can say. Did Triarc ever comment on the video? I can only read the top two.

    After seeing that, I think Iíll pass on making them a recommendation from here forward. Lack of attention to detail and poor QC was astonishing.


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    Well that wasnít encouraging.
    Can you get a (1911/2011) gun to run properly? Sure, but at what price point should that be unnecessary?

    Iíd had some issues with several STIs in the last year and a half.
    Barrel fit, which did not affect function, rather accuracy and extractor fitment, or rather lack of- which DID affect function.
    Fortunately these were resolved fairly easily without sending back to STI, but should have not been necessary in my book.
    A true "Gun Guy" (or gal) should have familiarity and a modicum of proficiency with most all firearms platforms, as well as the major Food Groups.

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    I think the Staccatos are pretty good. Yes, you may have to send it back, that's likely part of their cost savings. I have a Stacato P en route, but there are much more expensive guns I wouldn't bother with.

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    Sorry, I havenít been able to log in due to work, thatís the video but it isnít the first one Iíve heard of being in that shape by a long shot.


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    A quote from Chambers on another forum about this video:

    ďI'm not saying that every gun from a company is as bad as this one...but in this case, every gun I've seen from this particular company has had similar issues.Ē

    That tells me a lot right there.


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