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New Jersey sues Sig Sauer for selling State Police defective handguns



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Sig Sauer, one of the largest firearm contractors in the world, has been named in a $2.5 million lawsuit alleging the New Hampshire gun maker sold the New Jersey State Police defective duty pistols and then failed to rectify the problem.



http://www.guns.com/2017/05/18/new-jersey-state-police-sue-sig-over-pistol-defect/

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shudda gone with Glocks  :th_thicon_lol:
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Well, apparently, they did in the end

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Funny how them old Quality Control Gremlins come out when you throw specs out the window and QUIT LOOKING AT UR SHIT.   :bangheadonwall:

Just amazed Sig is having this problem. I thought they were better than that.  :thinker:
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As a former bureaucrat and corporate type, I'd submit the following:

Lowest bidder (should) = low expectations.

Ya' get what ya paid for.


If you want quality, you take the time to write the specification correctly, and obtain funds appropriate for a successful outcome.

This ain't rocket science.

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TXAZ,

SPOT ON.

Fyi, I wouldn't carry a ;plastic Glock if it was FREE. = The TX Rangers were each GIVEN a pair of them & virtually every Ranger returned them to the company.

FWIW, I would take neither LOVE nor $$$$$$$$$ for my P225, that I bought "surplus" from the West German Forest Service years ago.

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TXAZ,

Fyi, I wouldn't carry a ;plastic Glock if it was FREE. = The TX Rangers were each GIVEN a pair of them & virtually every Ranger returned them to the company.


not worth much - and I've thought, all this time, that tx rangers had to have a virtual level of "smart" in order to, well, be a ranger
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