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post #1 of 16 Old 11-28-2009, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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Has any one had any experiance with the hi-point pistols or carbines? What did you think of them. I am thinking about geting a 45. from them or maybe a 9mm let me know what you think. Thanks
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great pistols for what they are..... disposable.

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yeah i am broke and dont want to spend a lot of money but enjoy target shooting.
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i have not used one, but everyone i have talked to says there crap

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goin fishing???? great for trotline weights!!!!
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you get what you pay for. i have been around a few of them, mostly 380s. everyone i know with a 380 highpoint cant empty a clip without a malfunction of some sort. when i qualified for my CWP, a guy beside me had a 9mm highpoint and he had the same problem. it jammed a least once per clip. needless to say he held up the entire class. i havent had a lot of experience with many different firearms, but i have never had my Glock jam even one time. if my life is on the line, i want something that works, and id rather pay double for one that i know will work when i pull the trigger. larger guns are generally more reliable because the internals are bigger, so i cant say for sure how the larger highpoints will work. but, anything is better than nothing. the good thing about a highpoint, is its so heavy, if it doesnt fire, you can just throw it at em.

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i have a 9mm carbine its fun to target shoot or for potguts and what not, but it does jam often.

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had a 9mm. its a good gun for throwing around under the seat but you cant really hit anything with it

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I've never heard much about them, but you get what you pay for...
I dont know if a gun is where I would want to cheap out.

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a few friends have em in 9mm, never maintain em but never have probs or jams w/them. cheep, disposable, but inaccurate

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