Taurus 25 acp, forget the model number. Bought it in a bathroom at a strip club 20 years ago for 20 dollars, the guy was that desperate for another lap dance. More jams than rounds fired, traded it for a banjo , learned how to play Hey Joe.
Too much $$, horrible to clean, too small for my med/large hands and no fun to shoot. It was too lively with +p rounds given the weight of the firearm...not painful, just no fun. Every time I took it to the range my friends would run a few rounds through it, put it down on move on something else stating "not a fan of that one man." Good for concealed carry (which we can't get here in Illinois anyway) ...bad for everything else. Traded it in on a 1911...much more fun at the range.
Since then the price on them has shot through the roof...absurd.
Ruger 22/45. I have a lot of problems with the bullet jamming into the bottom of the feed ramp and splitting the bullet. I'm thinking about selling it. I would rather have a Springfield National Match M1A.
I usually research and buy guns on Quality over Quantity. The only gun I ever fired that I did not like was the M16A1. It jammed on me at a very bad time in my life. It was not designed for long term outdoor living. I would have traded it for a Bow and Arrow at the time.
It's well over 20 years later, I own a lot of revolvers and very picky about any Semi Autos I own.
Non, contrary to popular belief as an ammunition maker I am not a millionaire. Guns sit on my to buy list for years and I have plenty of time to analyze and perform long term studies, if you will, on that list.
Spontaneous purchases happen but only for something I have been wanting for years.
An early '80s HK 91A2. The most uncomfortable to fire .308/7.62 ever made, fixed stock or collapsable. I still have it but hasn't been out fo the safe in at least 20 years. I'll probably have it stuck in the ground with me when my time comes just to remind me for all eternity that there are worse things than hell.