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Old 02-14-2013, 04:17 AM   #31
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Depends on the barrel length you want. Longer barrel is longer sight radius and both equal better accuracy at distances. I like the BKM myself, but it's more commander sized I think. Whereas the Model B is more traditional 5"or so.

Here's a good site for info on star firearms, the direct link specifically for the Model B line...

http://www.star-firearms.com/firearms/guns/b/index.shtml

I had a BKS "Starlite" many years ago. A great little weapon. The only complaint was that it wouldn't feed anything except hardball. Of course, back then most autos would only feed hardball unless modded by a smith. Including the 1911
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I've been really researching the star model b's and have not found a single bad review on them compared to the Arcus 94 I previously stated, which owners are saying it has a tendency to jam or feed bad. I think I am going to go with the star I just don't know which model lol
I shot a Star PD 45 till I went with Glock 20 years ago. Loved that gun. No longer made, but a few on www.gunbroker.com.
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You need at least a 357 mag with a 6" or longer barrel for hunting deer. Almost anything will get a coyote. There is nothing wrong with a Hi Point. The Hi Point is not a gun you will just throw away when you get a better gun. They are accurate and function well. Hi Points make great truck or nightstand guns. I keep one in my barn.
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