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Old 05-05-2013, 10:18 PM   #11
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It's a good gun I had several c9s. Never had one problem. They just aren't very good eye candy lol
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:00 PM   #12
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Thanks for all your input.I just wanted to know if its a decent gun could care less about looks right now.
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:03 PM   #13
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I really want a revolver.But having trouble finding one in my budget.
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:09 PM   #14
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No. I just took it to the wood line and tossed it. I had trouble with them bothering my son's cat at night and stealing the cat food. I put a light on the porch and they keep away now.
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:19 PM   #15
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Pretty? No. But it will do the job. I don't have a problem with HiPoints, but I'd rather have the S&W. Slap a cheap set of grips on it and off you go.
http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/654_774/products_id/411545790/Used+S%26W+Police+Model+10+38sp+Square+Butt
You might want to keep an eye out for a S&W Sigma pistol as well. Helluva lot of value to be had.
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:21 PM   #16
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We used to sell them at the shop, here's what i can tell you. Most problems were with the 9mm versions, the .40, and.45 had almost no problems/returns. maybe they need the xtra power to cycle properly, im not sure. But i can tell you their customer service goes above and beyond... And if you send them the gun , with them mag due to a malfunction problem, they will fine tune it. When you get it back it will run like a champ... We still sell the carbines ..they are a hot item, cant keep them in stock, with no problems/returns...
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We used to sell them at the shop, here's what i can tell you. Most problems were with the 9mm versions, the .40, and.45 had almost no problems/returns. maybe they need the xtra power to cycle properly, im not sure. But i can tell you their customer service goes above and beyond... And if you send them the gun , with them mag due to a malfunction problem, they will fine tune it. When you get it back it will run like a champ... We still sell the carbines ..they are a hot item, cant keep them in stock, with no problems/returns...
I really want one of their carbines. Think I'm going to get a 40 in both the handgun and carbine.

What call do you sell more of in the carbines?
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I really want one of their carbines. Think I'm going to get a 40 in both the handgun and carbine.

What call do you sell more of in the carbines?
50%-9mm / 25%-.40 / 25%-.45. We sell them $299 bare bones, $329 with the red dot scope, and flash supressor. Also sell a lot of xtra mags for them, alot of problems with the 15rnd promags, but the 30rnd tapco's seem to work fine. I just bought 5 xtra 10rnd factory mags. They just take a few seconds to switch out, and always work perfectly.
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We used to sell them at the shop, here's what i can tell you. Most problems were with the 9mm versions, the .40, and.45 had almost no problems/returns. maybe they need the xtra power to cycle properly, im not sure. But i can tell you their customer service goes above and beyond... And if you send them the gun , with them mag due to a malfunction problem, they will fine tune it. When you get it back it will run like a champ... We still sell the carbines ..they are a hot item, cant keep them in stock, with no problems/returns...
But isnt .40 ammo harder to find than 9mm?
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But isnt .40 ammo harder to find than 9mm?
Totally depends on demographic and store supplies man. My experience, is actually opposite.
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