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Old 01-21-2012, 04:53 PM   #21
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Old 01-21-2012, 04:54 PM   #22
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Yeah, that's a good one. But then some people have the money to buy guns and throw them in a fire. Some of us don't.
Damn straight, to me thats like throwing $100 bill in the fire
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I had a hi point .40 and it was ass ugly and top heavy as a vw bus but was fairly accurate and reliable with ball ammo, it wouldnt fire hollow points
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I just love these Hi-Punt discussins
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I would never own another hi point in my life. I would rather carry a stick cause I know I would have a better chance of hitting somebody with it. I would buy a sigma before a hi point any day
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I would never own another hi point in my life.
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I would rather carry a stick cause I know I would have a better chance of hitting somebody with it.
I would buy a sigma before a hi point any day
Thats just a ----well-------stupid thing to say
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I would never own another hi point in my life. I would rather carry a stick cause I know I would have a better chance of hitting somebody with it. I would buy a sigma before a hi point any day
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Thats just a ----well-------stupid thing to say
AMEN! just real smart thinking there. maybe you expected it to be a Glock, or a Ruger, or a Smith-Wesson, well it's not, it's a Hi-Point. made inexpensive and priced as such. they are priced at about $140-160 NIB. i have looked at them several times and have considered one in 45 to keep in my farm truck. and they have an excellent warranty and seem to have from what i hear, very good customer service. the guns seem to work fine, so what more could one expect from a pistol? nicer looking and better features? yeah you can whatever you want if you have the money. but sometimes there are those who don't have a boatload of cash to spend on a pistol and need something inexpensive and reliable for SD. and this gun fits that need very well.
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I would never own another hi point in my life. I would rather carry a stick cause I know I would have a better chance of hitting somebody with it. I would buy a sigma before a hi point any day
I personally know of more working Hi Points, than I do working Sigmas.
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I personally know of more working Hi Points, than I do working Sigmas.
where can a person get a good working stick at?
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I came across one. But it turned out to be too short. I didn't feel like paying an SBS (Short Barreled Stick) tax. So I gave it to the dog. He turned it into a sub compact.
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