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Old 02-07-2013, 07:42 PM   #1
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My coworker is selling his hi point .45. 200 dollars will get the gun and two boxes of .45 ammo is it worth it???

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Old 02-07-2013, 07:48 PM   #2
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Probably a good deal, you won't be stealing it.

You should looking for lots of interesting advice nd opinions on this one.

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No. Well, it depends on how much those two boxes hold.

Offer $150 for the package if it's two 50 round boxes. But $200 is fair if they're 100 round boxes.

Hi point has raised their prices recently. I guess they've decided to cash in on their cult following, and I don't blame them. But, just as little as 2 years ago, a brand new hi point .45 was priced around $160. A used one, around $110.

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I ended up buying a HP .45 just b4 SHTF at a lgs and brand new it was $185 with one magazine NIB.

The price was def. right, but besides that i really like and enjoy the gun.

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Used Hi-point $100
2 boxes 45 $40

Good deal for him.

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Stay away from hi point. Complete junk

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If you want one then the price is fair to both parties.

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Stay away from hi point. Complete junk
Now that's crap. Even if one gets a dud, hi point's customer service and warranty are some of the best in the business. They make it right, no questions asked. Snob statements like this are bull ****.
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Id say hold one in your hand first. I geld my friends and just felt "off". Not comfortable at all in my girly hands.

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