Just to provide a counterpoint to this thread, it is my opinion that Glocks are garbage. No, I don't own one, but I certainly have read bad reports about them, and would never buy a firearm which contains plastic parts. (Aside from grips, that is. Certainly not a recoil spring rod.)
"Hi-points are ugly, poorly constructed and have bad ergonomics. My wife's .380, though, has never misfed and never failed to go bang when the trigger is pulled. It has decent accuracy, even with cheap ammo."
"I paid a little over $100 for it with tax, licensing and 5 boxes of ammo. We've got at least $100 worth of fun out of it. I'd try to steer someone away from buying them in favor of a higher quality firearm, but they do function well and the company backs their product very well."
What the Hell sort of a review is it when you say it's a POS but it works like a champ? Accuracy issues are rarely related to the weapon, BTW. Show me a person whose hand is more steady than a weld, and I'll change my tune.
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