Sig Being Sued Bigly ( 320 Firing on Its Own)

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  • Tcruse

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    I'm spitballing, same as you. I don't have the guns, but i know how they work, and i am making educated guesses. We know the guns have flaws. And said flaws can absolutely lead to a gun going bang.

    Why aren't guns going run away? Most discharges happen in holster it seems. They will typically restrict the slide from cycling, and as I've said, not all guns are the same. None. Not one. You know how ever person has a different fingerprint? A gun is 60+ parts that all have fingerprints.

    I'm wrong about how his ND occured? Then so are you.

    There is only one company that is currently fighting against 9+ SIMILAR lawsuits.

    Sig Sauer. Not glock. Not ruger. Not hk. Not Beretta. Sig.

    If you go to the police and ask them to look into your sig, they will tell you to f**k off. In the off chance they agree, Sig will sue you for attempting to release their TDP/trade secrets, and you WILL loose that battle.
    Sig is also the company that is top for having money and sales.
     

    zackmars

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    You may want to do some searching on the various lawsuits brought against other manufacturers.

    Are you aware of any lawsuit against sig that mentions this spring being broken? I searched through the recent lawsuit with 21 plaintiffs and found no mention of that spring being broken in any of their guns. Maybe it’s out there somewhere in another lawsuit that I haven’t read through. Not saying the spring isn’t a problem, but it’s not what this group is suing over. It wasn’t a problem in Guays gun, or the officers that he based his case on. So is it not possible that the spring is garbage but has nothing to do with the ND’s?

    How many total ND’s are you aware of with the sigs that you think are caused by a faulty gun, and what are you comparing that number against that makes it stand out? Or is it just the number of publicly known lawsuits?
    Damn dude. Use some reading comprehension. There is only one gun company going through 9+ similar lawsuits at the same time.


    One.

    We're done here. Enjoy the last word.
     
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    zackmars

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    And exactly why this was not discovered during normal maintenance and cleaning? Of the 500K P-320's in use, you would think that the problem would be much more common and there be a known way to reproduce. Without being able to reproduce the problem there is no case against Sig.
    Most people aren't getting down to the SRS during normal maintenance.

    Most people hardly shoot their guns, much less thousands of rounds through their pistol
     

    Havok1

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    Damn dude. Use some reading comprehension. There is only one gun company going through 9+ similar lawsuits at the same time.


    One.

    We're done here. Enjoy the last word.
    That’s an assumption you make. Your argument is weaker than the spring itself.

    If 9 people sue a manufacturer blaming them for a mass shooting, I wonder if that would make mass shooting their fault too.:facepalm:
     
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    SURVIVOR619

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    That’s an assumption you make. Your argument is weaker than the spring itself.

    If 9 people sue a manufacturer blaming them for a mass shooting, I wonder if that would make mass shooting their fault too.:facepalm:

    I applaud you for even continuing the conversation. I thought about it for a second but realized it's not worth my blood pressure to debate this topic with someone who has their mind made up about Sig b/c of filed - and yet to be adjudicated - lawsuits.
     

    zackmars

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    I applaud you for even continuing the conversation. I thought about it for a second but realized it's not worth my blood pressure to debate this topic with someone who has their mind made up about Sig b/c of filed - and yet to be adjudicated - lawsuits.
    My mind is made up on sig because they cut corners where corners should not be cut

    Sticking civilians with lower levels of QC

    Poor design choices, like using such a small and weak SRS, where walther, HK, and even Springfield armory/HSProduckt use much larger, more durable springs.

    Incredibly poor finish quality on critical parts suck as the mag release.


    The debate is if other companies have been sued. They have. But only sig is fighting 9+ lawsuits at the same time. No that is not proof of anything other than it is a fact that Sig is currently fighting over 9 similar lawsuits.

    You all are picking the wrong fight on that, because sig is currently fighting 9+ similar lawsuits. No one else is.

    God damn
     

    zackmars

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    And speaking about poor designs, would any one like to talk about how you can easily bend the ejector during reloads?

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    (Snarky subtitles not mine)

    Sig is no stranger to metallurgy issues. Anyone remember the 365 launch issues?
     

    Havok1

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    I applaud you for even continuing the conversation. I thought about it for a second but realized it's not worth my blood pressure to debate this topic with someone who has their mind made up about Sig b/c of filed - and yet to be adjudicated - lawsuits.
    Honestly I just think the discussions are interesting. Sometimes some really interesting information gets brought out in them.
     

    glenbo

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    I bought the P320 for my wife from grabagun and picked it up from my FFL, took it home without looking it over much. A few days later I took it out of the box, field stripped it, and thought that it felt so cheap, loose, and shabby, that I didn't want her to use it. This is back when they first came out. Unfortunately, or maybe not, she had a stroke and would never be able to use it, so I didn't waste my time in sending it back for their fix. I certainly would never have fired it. It just felt and looked like cheap junk. BTW, it was among the stolen guns and I hope it gives the thief a surprise.
     
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