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View Poll Results: Most reliable out of a C9
Remington Golden Sabre 1 16.67%
Federal Hydrashok 1 16.67%
Corbon Powrball 2 33.33%
Winchester Ranger T 0 0%
Speer Gold Dot 0 0%
Hornady XTP 2 33.33%
Winchester Super X 0 0%
Double Tap 0 0%
Buffalo Bore 0 0%
Other 2 33.33%
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:41 PM   #1
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Default Most reliable ammo for Hi Point C9(no haters please)

I carry a G.I. but for fun I play with the Hi Point. It has a steady diet of range fmj's & Corbon Powrball ammo. I'm curious of what other PREMIUM ammo I can try without hating myself for buying. I know each Hi point is different but I'd like to know the next best candidate to mess with including grain size & which to avoid. If not provided in the poll feel free to name others.

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Old 02-27-2011, 01:30 PM   #2
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My cousin's hi point 45 fundamentally refuses to feed hollow points, so I recommended Pow'r ball ammo you already use because of the round nose profile.

But if its just a range gun I would probably just feed it Wally world white box FMJs.

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My C-9m ate Remington and Winchester 115 gr just fine.

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What works the best, is that which works the best. Try different loads and make your choice.

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Can't add much to what has already been said. If its just a range gun start with the cheapest loads and work your way up until you get 100% reliability. Best thing is to keep it simple, every bullet will punch a hole in paper.

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