Originally Posted by Old_Crow
If you hold a glock, a hi point and a porter cable drill side by side you would think they all came from the same place. There is nothing wrong with the hi point. they are hard to carry but they shoot just fine. I have had the pleasure of shooting a bunch of them. they are difficult to clean. many people can't reassemble them. I help them out and shoot up the rest of their ammo testing the beast.
Very true of the cleaning aspect, they are terrible to tear down. Some my cringe at the thought of this; I have never cleaned either of my hi-points. I once read on hi-points forum site, "to shoot the gun until it will not shoot anymore, then send it back and we will take care of whatever may be the issue."
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