Originally Posted by donthav1
...Hi Point is another option for the budget minded, hands down better than any other handgun in that price range & available in 9mm, 40, & 45. they also make carbines in those calibers which are alot of fun to shoot...
I am a Hi-Point shooter, and really enjoy taking each of them to the range. On range day I pack up the tables, chairs, target stands, Kool-Aid, and picnic basket.
I load up the 4595TS, .45 JHP, .40 JCP, 9mm C9, .380 CF, and the Phoenix HP22; and off I go with a basic load of ammo. I like to get to the range about 10 am, and stay there until all the ammo is used up. The first 10 rounds down range goes through the Chronograph for the signature then its progressive distance shooting starting at 25 yard incremented out to 100 yards.
I setup a variety of targets from small square printed bulls-eye targets, tin can lids, deck of cards, to milk jugs and water balloons.
The best thing about shooting all my guns is taking them down, one by one, cleaning, inspecting, and assembling them for the next shoot out.