Today the range was all about the Hi Point in the middle lane. I setup my Caldwell casing collector( I reload) for the capture of the spent casings. I Place My 5x7" target on the 8.5x11.5" background matt and sent the target out to the 35 foot mark. And then the fun began...Group after group in 3" circles as I moved my point of aim at different reference points on the target. After about 100 rounds without a hiccup I was ready to pack up and go for lunch. Then I noticed a couple of other shooter standing behind me they must have been watching to see my Caldwell catcher. When I turned to leave one asked about the catcher, but also ask what I was shooting. I replied Hi Point 380cf and the ammo was my own reloads with Berry Bullets. At first I heard a chuckle; then one said He thought "Hi points were not much of a shooter and he was surprised that how flawless and accurate is was." I smiled and politely said They work as well as any other pistol, have a better warranty while costing a hell of a lot less. I offered to let him shoot a mag and see for himself. He did and was off to the local gun store to buy one for himself. I did say that allow the pistol to break in and before he shoot he should load the mags up and allow them to stay loaded for a week or so . I said that I feel it breaks in the mags better. He said thanks and now a new convert to High points. People need to try them out give them a chance to work and then you will have many hours of fun when you go shooting.