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Old 04-16-2014, 12:21 PM   #41
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As former owner of both the 9 and the 45, what he said ^^^^^^^
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Old 04-16-2014, 01:53 PM   #42
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A while back, I traded something for a C9. Because it wasn't feeding/ejecting very well, and since it has a lifetime warantee, no matter how many owners it had, I sent it back to the factory. They said they replaced the frame, but it looks like they sent me a brand new C9. That is what I call standing behind your product!.
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Old 04-17-2014, 05:58 PM   #43
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Well,......I did it. I went out yesterday to the Hoffman Estates, Illinois Cabela's & bought "The Brick"....the Hi-Point .45 auto. I signed up for their credit card & got a $20 coupon to put towards the purchase. They were running a sale since April 10th, so it brought the price down to $160 +tax. I've got a 4-die LEE set coming from MidwayUSA, my shootin buddy is gonna supply me with brass & bullets, so I'll be in business in a few days. The only drawback is it only comes with one clip. Cabela's has em, but they want $30 apiece, (!). Maybe I can find one at a gun show I'm goin to on the 27th for a more reasonable price. Range report to follow asap. jd45
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Old 04-17-2014, 06:13 PM   #44
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Hope you enjoy it, jd45. And that it treats you well.
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Old 04-17-2014, 06:59 PM   #45
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Thanx, I think it will, as long as I allow for its limitations. Before I shoot it tho, I've gotta give it a good scrubbing, so I've read. jd45
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Before I shoot it tho, I've gotta give it a good scrubbing, so I've read. jd45
That's wise for any firearm. Always clean and lube properly before shooting.

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I bought a .40 clip on eBay for 17.00 Free shipping And its original


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Thanx for that tip, nanonano123. BTW, is your screen name a reference to Robin Williams's greeting as the character Mork in the Mork & Mindy series? Just curious, jd45
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Your welcome . But the name is because i own a beretta nano , but thats pretty funny that you remember that


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He was soooooooooo funny at the beginning of it, we had never experienced anything like it. But as I remember, it got old in a hurry. He might've been interferred with by the producers or in conflict with the writers I don't know, but that's how I remember it anyway.
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