I made a bad mistake by impulse buying a POS handgun. It was to go in my truck and in case it was stolen it would be no big deal, instead of one of my good guns. It is a Cobra Arms FS380 semi. The cost was $150.00. I know you get what you pay for, but it is made in the USA. The first time at the range (Pasadena Gun Center) I bought some re-loads and on shot #50 the barrel split. I sent it back and they said it was bad ammo and re-placed the barrel at no charge. It also would not fire a magazine without jamming. One or 2 out of every mag would stove pipe in the chamber. They said they would adjust it and it should be fine. I got it back and took it to the range again, still would not shoot 5 rounds in a row without a jam. The gun is useless. I sent it back again and Cobra assured me it was fixed. Bought some good Magtech ammo and tried again, no luck. It has never fired 5 shots in a row. Sent it back to them with some Magtech ammo and I told them to keep it, destroy it, or trade it for something else. I have more money in shipping than the gun is worth. I just got it back. My question is, I can't sell it to someone with a clear conscience knowing it doesn't work. I don't want to pay a local gunsmith to try and fix it. How do you destroy a handgun here in Texas? Are there any forms or reports to fill out or can I just cut up the gun and throw it away? I am going to the range this weekend and will try it one more time, but I could never trust the weapon, so what is the point of owning it?