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Old 09-19-2012, 12:26 PM   #21
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I'm going to agree with the last 3 post. You can't argue with reliability. Plus the life time warranty makes it worth every penny. I see tons of people on here that only own glock and say everything else is crap, or only own a Remington 700 and say any other right is crap. Although I can respect their loyalty to the guns they own it doesn't make for an objective assessment of other weapons.

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Old 09-19-2012, 12:27 PM   #22
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I'm going to agree with the last 3 post. You can't argue with reliability. Plus the life time warranty makes it worth every penny. I see tons of people on here that only own glock and say everything else is crap, or only own a Remington 700 and say any other right is crap. Although I can respect their loyalty to the guns they own it doesn't make for an objective assessment of other weapons.
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:35 PM   #23
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Fan boys baptized in Kool Aid.
Without a doubt. Lol. It's like I said I'm working to pay for a glock because I've always wanted one and glock is a really good gun, but there's other guns out there that will work just fine and I own a few of them. High point is a heck of a deal. What's the worst that happens? Gun doesn't work which isn't likely and you get it fixed or replaced under the warranty.
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Old 09-19-2012, 02:49 PM   #24
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The "Jam o matic"...

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jam-o-matic? I've had much more expensive guns be jam-o-matic as well and the manufacturer claims it need to be "broken in". I think if I buy a HiPoint C9 (9mm) and it eats what I feed it for 500 rounds without fail I will trust my life to it. My friends new XDm had 2 feed issues on the first 50 rounds. My HiPoints are used for fun at the range. Buy one, if you have an issue call HiPoint, just like you would for that Kimber.

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Old 09-19-2012, 03:51 PM   #26
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I am not against an inexpensive gun. I will probably own a RI at some point in the near future. I personally think the hipoint is a butt ugly gun and probably wouldn't take one if it was being given to me.

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Old 09-19-2012, 03:55 PM   #27
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To each their own...my experience differs from yours and thats why posting our experiences here is so important. I own an xd40 and have had no failures(0) to date. You speak truth when you say more expensive guns jam too. The difference is our experiences dont square with each other...this is generally the case, but without our feedback this poster and others like him will have less ammo to work with in making an informed choice...being forwarned is being forarmed .Thanks for your input

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I had a c9 I put maybe 500 rounds thew it and every 2 or 3 rounds it would jam and I did every thing thay people Wes telling me to do to it and I could not return it so I pond it off I am sorry but thay are junk

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Loctite, did you contact HiPoint? With their lifetime transferrable warranty they sod have made it right even if it ment replacing the gun altogether.

Threads like this are very informative and have influenced several of my firearms purchases.

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Exactly! Thats the beauty of the forum based coms. You get a very diverse group with a wide range of experiences...making a choice based on one oppinion is nothing more than a guess. Satajet.

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