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Old 08-19-2011, 03:38 PM   #1
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Ive got a 9mm that ive got a few questions about. Its a stallard arms model js-9mm. No gun shops around me have heard of or seen this gun before, does anyone on here know about it? And its got a bad jamming problem it likes to send the new round in the chamber before the old ones been ejected. help

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Old 08-19-2011, 03:51 PM   #2
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It looks like a Hi Point C9 to me, maybe the older version of the C9? Try giving Hi Point a call, they have a life time warranty on their guns even on the older ones.

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Thats what one shop was tellin me to do but wasnt too sure.

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It looks like a Hi Point C9 to me, maybe the older version of the C9? Try giving Hi Point a call, they have a life time warranty on their guns even on the older ones.
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Either one of ya know why it might be jamming up?

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I do not own a Hi Point but some of my friends do own the C9 and they said the jamming problem was caused by the magazines. Please visit hipointfirearmsforums dot com, you'll get lots of info on the Hi Points there.

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I know nothing about this gun but if it is trying to load a fresh round while the spent brass from the fired round still in the chamber it's got to be an extractor failure.

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I know nothing about this gun but if it is trying to load a fresh round while the spent brass from the fired round still in the chamber it's got to be an extractor failure.
+1 on the extractor problem. If this is a Hi Point, they will replace the failed parts or adjust the gun for you.
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Most likely hi point will send you a new c9

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I found out that hi point does now own the company name, but before them maverick owned it and before them it was just stallard arms so i aint sure if that would void their warranty. Does anyone have hi points number or a way to get ahold of them?

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