Lemons ? had two, allthough one ended up to be a real good shooter, lemon 1 was a Taurus .357, the S&W 686 copy, had one rifling land machined off on one side at a 45 deg angle and another land with a square section cut from the edge of the land, what a piece of junk.
That ended up in court, where the wholesale importer paid out the purchase price and all costs, but I won't be buying another Taurus, not this century.
The second was a .38spl S&W mod 14, the forcing cone was macined with a huge step into it, makes the term forcing put in a new light.
No big issue, S&W replaced the barrel in about a week with what could only be described as the pick of the bunch that would easy shoot 1.5" at 50 yards with any ammo, not too shabby once some added trigger mods and conversion to DAO, still have it, great easy shooting paper puncher.
I'm in the market now for a new auto pistol, and the Sig was one in my short list, only worry is the mega high cost of it here at near twice that of a 92FS Inox, which are not cheap down here anyway at just over 2 grand AUD.
Had a De-cocker mod 96 Beretta in .40 s&w which was a real PIA in some IPSC competition with the spring loaded de-cocking function, in several matches I was not allowed to use it, as it essentially has no safety once de-cocked, was only an average shooter, would never choose another de-cocker, no matter what.
Sig, nice chunky metal guns but probably way over priced, easy to get a better gun a lot cheaper, but they have a good following and have never heard anything bad about em, except the price, like most best to shoot a hundred rounds through one before paying all that cash for any Sig.
Glocks are Ok, a tad light for comp guns but with a match barrel and trigger mods you can have a decent gun, one of the cheapest down here in Australia, worth consideration for a carry gun, and once the trigger pull is mastered they shoot fine, i've shot both the 17 and 34 models, and for me they both functioned perfectly and both shot into the ten ring, just a bit too light for me, I prefer a colt gold cup .45, feels and shoots like a real gun, I guess for a carry gun it could get heavy but if trusting my life to it the weight would soon be ignored.