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Old 04-24-2013, 07:55 PM   #21
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Gentlemen. Gentlemen. Don't be so harsh. You can find some good reviews on C9's on the web, not many, but a few. Even found one where the guy tried to destroy the gun and couldn't. Threw it against a concrete slab, ran over it with his truck and peeled out over it. Stuck it in the mud. Both my brother in law and father in law started out with C9's and have since upgraded. It's worth what you pay for it, no more, no less. Can't say I'd trust my life to it or my families but as a last resort back up gun it's better than nothing. Check out the link.

http://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/hi-point-c9-9mm-a-good-cheap-gun/

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Old 04-24-2013, 11:55 PM   #22
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I don't own one but I have a few buddies that do and they love them. And besides if I were ever in a situation were I needed a gun to defend myself I would rather use that than my $800 P938 cuz ur gun will get taken from u for evidence. Would rather get a $200 gun taken as evidence. Never know u may not get your high dollar gun back.

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For the money you can't go wrong. If you ever have any issues with it box it up, and send it back to mom. It can be in peaces , and they'll fix it for free, and send it back with a free mag. Go to YouTube, and you will find videos on how to strip, and clean it. You will also find Mods you can do yourself.
Those grips actually make it look good! Yowza man, nice!
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I own a hi point .45acp and it isn't that bad I have two mags with mine but only one works the other jams up on the last round every time. I actually liked the gun until I got I a stoeger cougar 8000 .40 cal and now I can see how much of a pice if junk it is but for the $100 I paid it is alright.

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Those grips actually make it look good! Yowza man, nice!
Hey- I think thats twice we agree on something Box
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No offense gun is garbage but I'm sure u don't have over 150-200 in it.

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It will spend more time at the factory gettin fixed than it will at your house.

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It will spend more time at the factory gettin fixed than it will at your house.
Now thats just bullshet & most here know i have no use for them
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Hey- I think thats twice we agree on something Box
Lol must be doing something wrong here Hoss. Back to the drawing board...
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Lol must be doing something wrong here Hoss. Back to the drawing board...
I'm sure its just a phase
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