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Old 04-18-2017, 10:55 AM   #11
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Bad comparison, Springfield's work and ALL Springfield pistols are made in Croatia, says so right on the gun. They do not try to hide this.

The Umarex is a red herring, it is totally irrelevant to the gun buying public except the Walther fanbois. No one walks into a gun shop asking if the gun so and so is built in the same plant as the other brands guns. ALL Walthers are Unarex since Umarex owns Walther, using your logic no one should ever buy another Walther since you are buying a Unarex.

Its got the Walter name on it, they own it.
All Walthers are Umarex but not all Umarex are Walthers.
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Old 04-18-2017, 03:34 PM   #12
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That is not the comparison I was making. I know the XD is a fine pistol.

It is a firearm made by one plant and marketed/sold by another.

I suppose a Land Rover was still a Ford because Ford owned Land Rover right?

Is a Mini still a BMW because BMW owns them too?
I see what you are trying to say but these are brands not models. The CCP is a model marketed, sold and serviced by Walther. It says Walther on the weapon. I sent it back to Walther USA, not Umarex.

I understand where you are coming from but you are coming an enthusiast POV. Most (not all) buyers of the CCP (their target market) are not gun enthusiasts. To them it matters not where it was built or who the parent company is, it says Walther on the weapon, case, owners manual, etc.
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Old 04-18-2017, 04:24 PM   #13
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That is not the comparison I was making. I know the XD is a fine pistol.

It is a firearm made by one plant and marketed/sold by another.

I suppose a Land Rover was still a Ford because Ford owned Land Rover right?

Is a Mini still a BMW because BMW owns them too?
A better example is comparing a Chevy Spark to a Camaro. They both say Chevrolet on them and have the bow tie logo...
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Old 04-20-2017, 02:21 AM   #14
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Walther fans are willing to make excuses. Sorry, where the gun is made does not matter. What model or price point the gun is should not matter when it comes to quality. There are great guns at all price points by many companies... and yet Walther does not seem to get that concept. No one expects a $400 gun to have the same features as a $1400 gun, but they can both be very well made and reliable. Even worse, they treat their customers with disrespect.
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