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Old 04-16-2013, 08:35 PM   #1
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Just bought a hipoint c9 shot 25 rounds through it love this gun what are the thoughts on it
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Old 04-16-2013, 08:39 PM   #2
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Did find out this gun does not like low grain shells i will stay at 113 grain
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I'll take Thumper's rule for this one.
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Any gun that shoots every time you pull the trigger is a good gun. Personally I like the c9, not as ugly as is big brothers. ; D
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If it was the best you could afford and you can shoot it accurately then it is a good gun. Its no beauty queen but it doesn't have to be. Dont go trying to find aftermarket parts and holsters because the selection is slim to none but I doubt thats why you bought it.
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If it was the best you could afford and you can shoot it accurately then it is a good gun. Its no beauty queen but it doesn't have to be. Dont go trying to find aftermarket parts and holsters because the selection is slim to none but I doubt thats why you bought it.
I bought it for night stand gun
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I love my c9, shoots straight and once you tweek the clip it's fairly reliable. As far as aftermarket products you have the hogue grips, the joey trigger and I've found a hip holster with mag holder and the iwb holster on eBay. And you can get the 10 round mag from the manufactor for 18 bucks.

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Those who have one mostly love it. Those who don't spent too much time reading reviews. I spent too much time reading reviews. Enjoy your new gun and good luck.
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I love my c9, shoots straight and once you tweek the clip it's fairly reliable. As far as aftermarket products you have the hogue grips, the joey trigger and I've found a hip holster with mag holder and the iwb holster on eBay. And you can get the 10 round mag from the manufactor for 18 bucks.

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