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Old 02-04-2012, 12:54 PM   #11
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I got a buddy that got a hi point 9 for Christmas. Took it out the other day, damn thing jammed about 1 out of 4 shots. He thought it something to do with the magazine, I thought I'm glad I spent a little more and got an XD.

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Old 02-04-2012, 01:17 PM   #12
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What caliber OP?
A nine simply isn't worth that, but the .45's msrp is about that price.
Get on hi points website and look at the prices on their new guns.

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What caliber OP?
A nine simply isn't worth that, but the .45's msrp is about that price.
Get on hi points website and look at the prices on their new guns.
It's a 9 Idk about the model but the price is not to big of deal
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I just checked their site, it seems their pieces have gone up a bit. Just a few months ago you could get a new 9 for about $140. But now they're $175.

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Alright thanks

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i bought my C9 used last summer for $100 out the door. if you're not opposed to used, keep an eye out you can get them cheaper than the $175 that pawn shop is asking.

that said, i really like the gun & am suprisingly happy with it. i have had a couple issues that weren't anything a good cleaning couldn't fix. in my opinion, the gun kicks alot more than it should but we're not talking anything unmanagable. it is very accurate & one on occasion i consistantly hit a 2 liter bottle at 30ish yards, with a fairly rapid fire rate.

i agree with others that a .38 in that price range is iffy. especially since you said you couldn't recognize the brand name. that tells me you should probably stay away from it

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Check this out on Bud's page http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/index.php/cPath/21_268/Hi-Point/

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i bought my C9 used last summer for $100 out the door. if you're not opposed to used, keep an eye out you can get them cheaper than the $175 that pawn shop is asking.

that said, i really like the gun & am suprisingly happy with it. i have had a couple issues that weren't anything a good cleaning couldn't fix. in my opinion, the gun kicks alot more than it should but we're not talking anything unmanagable. it is very accurate & one on occasion i consistantly hit a 2 liter bottle at 30ish yards, with a fairly rapid fire rate.

i agree with others that a .38 in that price range is iffy. especially since you said you couldn't recognize the brand name. that tells me you should probably stay away from it
Well Lol went in there and and I was going to get it then I started looking at rifles and now I'm getting a new rifle.
And I looked at it and it was new not used so I messed up there but now I'm getting a savage 110 for $325
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That's a good deal. Enjoy.

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