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Old 07-24-2009, 03:33 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by skullcrusher View Post
You seem to get many arms for free.

Seriously, the .45 from Hi-Points are a 4-1/2" fixed barrel with one 9-shot mag at about $175.

Please tell me how you get so many firearms for free, please.
That is cheap, but if they FTF and FTE bad a lot, not worth it, and no, I dont get a lot free, I have just said several times that I got one 4" XD 45 free, that is the only one I have got free, the way I got it was through a promotion at Front Sight firearms training in Nevada.They had their 5 day handgun course that is $2000.00 for $1195, and with that you got your choice of an XD in 9mm,.40, or 45ACP, you also get a break down Mat,belt holster,mag holder,tactical light w/holster, and cap and t-shirt. I also got the 2 say course for my granddaughter that is a $1000.00 for $100.00 we will be going out there later this year or first of next year.

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Originally Posted by layton View Post
Just curious, how much are the Highpoints, I got one 4 inch 45ACP for $449/w 2 hi cap 13 round mags, got another one for free. Also bought a Taurus 45 w/ 3 inch for$352.13 w/shipping.

We have a fine member that took a hipoint through the test. He worked the feed ramp and cleaned the pistol top to bottom. He got it to shoot sort of well but still said it was at best a tackle box gun. I think he was in to the pistol for about $130 after all his efforts. He did everything he could to make this be a good defensive pistol and in the end said, it's a tackle box gun. I know he wanted to show it was a better price defense firearm but couldn't.
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It is a cheep entry level gun. Use it to trade up and get rid of it when ever you get something better. My first pistol was a pos so dont feal bad it was a Jennings 380.
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Thanks for the info guys.

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