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Old 03-26-2012, 10:35 PM   #21
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What game is this for? Because no way would Roger approve of a HiPoint for his boys to carry into battle even back then......
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:13 AM   #22
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If anyone does not like Hi-Point guns, fine, don't get one.
I like Hi-Point guns, and I have one of each caliber Hi-Point offers.
Plus, all my Hi-Point guns are loaded and ready for self defense.
Each one of my Hi-Point guns will reduce the threat to its
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I love my hi points, I have the 9mm and 45auto pistols and only 1 failure to feed ever. Just bought the 9mm carbine. If I ever thought my life would depend on getting off 5 or 6 shots I would be carrying my revolver the only gun I know for sure no jams or failure to feeds. Yes even my sig has had a ftf.

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Function aside, you could get a much more lighter, smaller, and more attractive gun for a hundred dollars more. Save up and stay away from Hi Points.

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Function aside, you could get a much more lighter, smaller, and more attractive gun for a hundred dollars more. Save up and stay away from Hi Points.
Yeah, I fail to see the relevance of Hi Point for this very reason. It's worth paying a little more for a much better gun.
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I bought the Hi Point .45 JHP for two reasons, I wanted to see what you got for $135, plus I wanted a .45 to keep on my boat. (20 ft Sea Hunt)

I must say, it is a very big and heavy gun. If you missed your shot, hell hit them with the gun, it will crush them.

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I bought the Hi Point .45 JHP for two reasons, I wanted to see what you got for $135, plus I wanted a .45 to keep on my boat. (20 ft Sea Hunt)

I must say, it is a very big and heavy gun. If you missed you shot, hell hit them with the gun, it will crush them.
That's a pretty good use for it!
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They are the ugliest, heaviest, great working gun you can buy. People may point and laugh at the range. But when their gun jams, your ugly piece of crap will still be sending lead down range. If you pull the trigger it will go bang every time.

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I bought the Hi Point .45 JHP for two reasons, I wanted to see what you got for $135, plus I wanted a .45 to keep on my boat. (20 ft Sea Hunt)

Plus you cud use it for a anchor
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I send in my Hi Point guns for a tune-up every two years, and they send back a brand new one. You try that with your high price guns and see what you get.

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