Grim, hi-point firearms are good for plinking and target practice. I have one in .40 S&W and it shoots very good for what I paid for it. It was the first handgun I bought and I originally bought it to learn how to shoot a pistol, after I got the hang of it I actually carried the damn thing. They (the .40 and .45 cal models) are quite large and unwieldly so carrying one is like carrying a Desert Eagle. They are very hard to conceal and very uncomfortable to wear.
But like I said, for a $200 handgun, they do shoot pretty good.
Also, my Hi-point will not chamber hollow points. It will fire them but they have to be manually loaded, one at a time.
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