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Old 01-05-2011, 02:28 AM   #11
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Default not a carry gun.

I have two Hi points one 9mm and my wife has a 380. I have out about 500 rounds through each of them with no problems. It is a heavy thing and is fine for the bedstand. I am looking to get a 357 revolver to carry
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Old 01-09-2011, 02:15 AM   #12
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I put 50 rounds through C9 and I was impressed. No jams and pretty accurate. If you carry it on your ankle though you are going to soon have one leg that is a lot larger and stronger than the other. That thing would be like an ankle weight.
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I appreciate everyones recent input on what is an ancient thread of mine!

With that said, I have gone past the Hi-Point for a Kel-Tec P11. Although I do plan on owning at the very least one of the Hi-Point 995's in the not too distant future.

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Old 01-09-2011, 07:14 AM   #14
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Default To carry a c-9? maybe in a bag

I have thought of every possible way to carry a hi point, and came to the conclusion that a sports bag is what it takes.

I have everything hi point and I love them but they are hard to pack.

I'll carry everywhere my keltec or a rugger 5 shooter, and even that is a pain IMO.

However for some reason a 1911 is easier to carry places because they are so flat
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I had a C9 for a few years and found it to be a reliable and accurate pistol, but really heavy and WAY too heavy for an ankle holster, not that I would try. I finally went to a Bersa .380 for CCW. There are a good number of folks who think that if you don't spend $600+ you are carrying junk. I am not one of them.
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