Do you think "internet guns" are inferior? What I mean to say is, the guns that dealers choose to sell via the web versus in-store. Here's why I ask: All of my guns have been purchased "over-the-counter" and I've had the ability to choose which one I wanted, rather than getting whatever it is they shipped. Anyone who has bought guns for long knows that there can be some differences in tolerances, appearance, machining, etc when looking at them in person---for instance---I passed up 2 other M40's when looking at mine. Why? both had very rough looking extractors compared to the one I bought. As an aside, RUGER's are famous for this in my experience. The fit & finish can vary wildly gun to gun. Note: I love Rugers, no bash intended. I wonder if we see so many problems these days because guns that most consumers would pass on, end up selling on the net, where careful inspection is impossible. I've owned 3 Steyr "M" pistols, all of them over-the-counter, all of them ran flawlessly. What do you think?