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Old 01-05-2014, 02:44 AM   #1
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Default Glock VS Hi-Point

Some interesting opinions:

http://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?224756-Hi-Point-or-Glock

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Old 01-05-2014, 03:17 AM   #2
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I will not knock Glocks they are for the most part a quality handgun, However I will NEVER own a Glock, for me the grip angle, alien bump(yes I know the Gen 4 helps with that, and what I consider a terrible trigger will keep me from getting one. It is funny to me that people will spend 400 plus dollars on a firearm then think nothing of dropping another couple hundred on a triggerjob n what ever else lonewolf makes for glocks BUT you drop 150 on a hi point and invest some time n money into it and your the dumb one....go figure

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Old 01-05-2014, 03:48 AM   #3
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I have come to the conclusion that I do not want to be shot by either. So I assume the bad guy thinks the same way.

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I have come to the conclusion that I do not want to be shot by either. So I assume the bad guy thinks the same way.
I give the same answer for the caliber argument as well.
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Some sensible folks there. Decent opinions both way.

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Havent owned or shot a hi point pistol yet. Have shot a glock 22 and loved it. Dont think id pay full price for one even though the used ones people think are worth 500 around here. Been looking at a hi point pistol in .40 at a local gunshop. May have to give in and get it one of these days, especially if its as good as my 995.

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I can hit point of aim way better with a Hi Point JHP than with a Glock.

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Well, I can't lie. The HP we have seems to be reliable so far, but of the guns I own (and have owned), I like Glock the best. They fit well in my hand, are dead ass on accurate to 25yds, and will eat anything I put through them.

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Not shot an HP pistol, either, but the Glock 17 I owned, I didn't really care for. It was probably me, but I couldn't tell where I was hitting half the time, and I was never sure where to hold(12/6 o'clock aim). I shot a buddy's rented .40 Glock compact, aimed at an unshot portion of his target and couldn't see where any of the rounds went.

Of the 1911s I've rented, I've been able to hold point of aim and hit what I was aiming at everytime.

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Old 01-07-2014, 12:35 AM   #10
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Default Not a glock fan.

I am not a huge glock fan myself although my wife loves the 9mm.i ahve owned several different pistols.i will have to say i love my hi point jcp!

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