Hi Point in the House!

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    26 Responses to Hi Point in the House!

    1. i’m confused… this isn’t a casemods post?

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    2. Is that a steak knife?

      I do not understand this post.

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    3. although I’m weary about $100 handguns and no more waiting periods, you gotta love hi point’s lifetime warranty.

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    4. Biggest problem I’ve had with a Hi-point is the trigger pin working it’s way out and binding the trigger during a 500 round plinkfest.

      Oh, and you have to keep an eye on the feed ramp. I had a few jams due to the ramp getting fouled, more so than other firearms of similar design.

      Sonna-beech is heavy, though.

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    5. who wears a watch anymore? and why carry a steak knife around with you? and, how in the hell do you carry it? and a gun? why do you need to carry? are you a pussy?

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    6. Wasted your money on that piece of garbage pistol. Shot one. One mag of Federal ball ammo (.9mm), I had 4 stove pipes. No I was not limp wristing it, or rapid fireing. High point is garbage.

      Get yourself a Springfield XD (.40). Best gun I have ever shot, and I carried a Glock .40 at work for the last 5 years. Springfield makes a superior gun.

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    7. It is a joke picture…..
      Guess it was a tad too subtle.

      Who in the hell carries a steak knife, casio watch and a hi-point with Pimpn $$$$ Dawg on it?

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    8. jonblaze81:
      “Wasted your money on that piece of garbage pistol. Shot one. One mag of Federal ball ammo (.9mm), I had 4 stove pipes. No I was not limp wristing it, or rapid fireing. High point is garbage.”

      There’s a real gun expert, with the .9mm!
      … point … nine … millimeters …
      DERP

      Hi-Points are funny in a way. Too simple to break most of the time, great warranty, cheap with cheap mags, surprisingly ergonomic, eat the junkiest ammo happily, easy to clean, etc etc
      But too big to carry, too heavy to carry, no holsters (except craptastic Fobus-type garbage), and the triggers leave a bit to be desired for range plinkers.

      But if I were dead broke I’d have a Hi-Point handy, because:
      1- every law-abiding citizen has the right to effective self-defense
      2- broke people often live in close proximity to scumbags
      3- you don’t buy expensive toys when you’re wondering if you can afford rent/food, you buy the minimum you NEED and let frills go

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      • If your going to buy a gun for the purposes of self defense, I’d probably save a few more bucks and get one that can be buried in mud, pulled out and fired w/o cleaning. (See Springfield XD)

        Or you can get a cheap ass High point and hope the damn thing doesn’t jam or stove pipe before the guy with the kitchen knife cuts your throat.

        Pro Tip: Average response time for a city Police Dept. is 4 mins. Which gun would you rather have ready to defend yourself knowing that?

        That’s why I shelled out the $550 for the Springfield.

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        • I shelled out 250 and bought a mossburg pump 12 gauge no better home defense gun for the cost and utter gore of the scatter gun.

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        • If you’re going to rebut, know how to pick the right word that sounds like “you’re” … hint, it is the one that is a contraction of “you are”
          If you’re going to respond, you have to at least mention what kind of gun you have with a nine-tenths of a millimeter bore size … is it one of those itty-bitty pinfire revolvers?
          If you’re going to debate, perhaps you shouldn’t assume someone who laughs at your assumptions about budget pistols is actually using a hi-point. So long as we’re talking about personal armories I pack a Walther PPS (with a bore size of nine ENTIRE millimeters) most of the time with a .45acp 1911 when I feel like it or have extra cover … or when I just don’t care if I’m spotted. I do actual testing on weapons I might use for self-defense, beyond reading ads and ‘net reviews from morons who learned about guns from video games. Shelling out a _massive_ $550 for an XD is cute and all, and I actually like the XD platform, but your emphasis on hardware is laughable … maybe focus on software and some practical shooting is in order.

          Four minutes os pretty damn optimistic, and one of the reasons this household is armed is to avoid having to scream to “hurry hurry hurry” while on the phone with 911.

          So, you’ve tested a hi-point and found it lacking for self-defense, or you just assume cheap means junk? Because they’re almost elegant in the simplicity of design and manufacturing, with very little to go wrong and quite large material tolerances, plus for those who actually shoot them HP has an amazing warranty department, almost on par with Henry, from what I’ve heard.

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