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Old 01-23-2013, 01:11 AM   #11
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Yep, no questions asked warranty no matter who bought it or who owns it, I have a lot of rounds through mine AMD it has not once jammed or ftf, or fte absolutely no problems what so ever.

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Old 01-23-2013, 01:47 PM   #12
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That's what I was gonna post but some gun snobs will climb all over you, its cheap to buy but imho its a reliable, quality, simple, well built handgun, imho its the best one in its price range.
Dont mind the ribbing at all. If someone wants to buy me a 600 dollar gun i will sure shoot it with a smile on my face. I dont think thats going to happen any time soon. Thanks for all the info, Got one on order as we speak.
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That's what I feel about them too!

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You can do a lot better than a Hi-Point when it comes to a pistol.

But relative to the cost...it's close to impossible to do better than a Hi-Point, when it comes to a sub-$200 pistol.

Everyone's tastes, priorities, budgets, and perceived needs are different. I don't own a Hi-Point and probably never will. I have nicer guns and am appreciative that they fall within my budget. But if you told me I had just $200 to spend on my soul handgun, Hi-Point is precisely where I would start.

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Everyone hates them because they look ghastly but everyone i know who has one has not had one problem with them. If youre looking for something very cheap and cant find any used handguns i would say go for it, would hurt to keep im a night stand

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Here's my 45





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I had a 45. Great gun. Sorry I got rid of it. Been thinking about buying one just to throw in a backpack.

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Yep, never had a problem with mine, would make a good truck gun too, not afraid to let it get scratched or if you drop it you don't freak out lol

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I live near Mansfield Ohio were they are built ive fired just about every one also there carbines and yes they are ugly and it is like shooting a brick but it goes bang every time Good luck

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What's with the ugly? I've owned a dozen pistols of all brands and calibers. Life only allows me a C9 and JHP 45, plus a Savage 64F today. I love my HP's. And, Just for the fun of it, there are uglier ones out there for much more $. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder BUT, as for me for some of my targets out to 50 feet from a standing position, couldn't do better. Let it rest as to each it's own but don't criticize what you don't have.

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