My 2nd .40 cal handgun

Discussion in 'Hi-Point Pistols' started by spyderdude, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. spyderdude

    spyderdude Guest

    I remember my first handgun ever was the Hi-Point .40 caliber pistol. While it was pretty heavy, it functioned flawlessly through the 100 rounds I put through it, before selling it. After that I really never looked into getting another 40 caliber handgun, until recently. This time around, I chose the Glock 23 to keep my Glock 19 company. I figure if I got the 23, I could use the same holsters I have for the 19, and wouldn't have to worry about buying new ones. I went from hating Glocks to owning two of them. I have a feeling it's not going to stop there.

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    G23 and G19 together!
     
  2. SAMPO

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  3. billybybose

    billybybose Guest

    Good going my g-19 brother.I had the 22and27 but sold em in a crunch.Now i'm rockin the 19 and hope to snag a 23 maybe next year.Oh and welcome to the forum.
     
  4. Doesn't the unsupported chamber of the .40 bother you? I have read a lot of bad news about them things. But in their favor as long as quality ammunition is shot there doesn't seem to be a problem. only questionable rounds.
     
  5. Silicon Wolverine

    Silicon Wolverine Well-Known Member

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    999 times out of 1000 the .40 KB problem is overloaded ammo. Ive had about 3 different .40s over the years with no KBs. IIRC they were a glock, a HP and a S&W i think. I quit the .40 beacuse the recoil didnt agree with me.

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  6. billybybose

    billybybose Guest

    I never had a prob with my .40s.