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I've got a Steyr Mannlicher M95 carbine that's terrible to shoot because it's uncomfortable to hold, a difficult to aim, hard-kicking, and chambered in a caliber with horrible, smelly, and corrosive ammo.

 

I'm also not a big fan of my .308 Saiga, which tricks me every so often--not too often, just enough to keep me coming back--into thinking it's an accurate rifle.

 

I've got a CZ82 that won't stop jamming, a PA63 that's disproportionately painful to shoot, and a Taurus 82 that won't hit what it's pointing at.

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I can list several... These are strictly MY opinion. All 3 were in good condition and very reliable, just no fun to shoot at all.

 

My Dad had one of the modern 9mm derringers, 2 barrels. It had about a 20 lb. trigger, barely anything to grip, and from 15 feet away I would have to aim at somebody's knees to maybe hit them in the chest.

A traditional Winchester .30-.30 lever gun. Kicked like a freakin' mule. Not enjoyable to shoot at all.

Beretta Tomcat .32 ACP. The grip was "okay," esp. with the magazine extensions, but the recoil was very snappy and unpleasant.

Really a Winchester 30-30?! Model 94? I was hunting with one at 12 and never thought of it as uncomfortable.

 

I agree. I shot my 30-30 more than any of my other 30 cals til I traded it in. I think my Mosins kick much harder IMO.

 

I have a cheap Marlin 336W (thin plastic butt pad) downstairs somewhere that's a real bitch to shoot, so I'd tend to agree with the original poster. horror.gif

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I've got a Steyr Mannlicher M95 carbine that's terrible to shoot because it's uncomfortable to hold, a difficult to aim, hard-kicking, and chambered in a caliber with horrible, smelly, and corrosive ammo.

 

I'm also not a big fan of my .308 Saiga, which tricks me every so often--not too often, just enough to keep me coming back--into thinking it's an accurate rifle.

 

I've got a CZ82 that won't stop jamming, a PA63 that's disproportionately painful to shoot, and a Taurus 82 that won't hit what it's pointing at.

I think the PA63 is the worst ever. It made me bleed... Feels very comfortable until you pull the trigger. With that said I bought one from J&G for $99 back in 2007 and sold it. Should have kept it.

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I forgot the Masterpiece Arms MAC clone (do not recall model name). Nastiest trigger slap I've ever felt.

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