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hey all just joined today...had my hi point for about a month now...500 rounds and only 1 jam...awesome gun...was just wondering about when the time comes to take it apart...alot of people said it is quite a chore...should i follow the book or does anybody have any better suggestion? thanx
 
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well the manual says strip it at 2000 and im at 500...just wondering thats all...i like to take care of my stuff 8)
 

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I would just follow the book. Thats what it is there for lol.

Congrast on the .45 Sounds like you got a winner there
 
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Ok, cool. Just run a bore brush through it, use some BreakFree CLP or other cleaner until you tear it apart. When you are ready to do that, let me know, I can help you out.
 

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mikefed45acp said:
alot of people said it is quite a chore...
It's easy, though not the normal teardown routine:

First, you don't do it often (as many others have pointed out). Wait for 2-3k rounds .

And, secondly, it's not that hard, even when you feel compelled to do it. It takes a $3 set of Home Depot punches, and fifteen minutes start to finish. If you're clumsy :D

But, most importantly, the normal post-range cleanup is much easier than with most firearms: squirt with gun lube and you're done. In the long term, HPs make;]
alot of people said it is quite a chore...
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It's easy, though not the normal teardown routine:

First, you don't do it often (as many others have pointed out). Wait for 2-3k rounds .

And, secondly, it's not that hard, even when you feel compelled to do it. It takes a $3 set of Home Depot punches, and fifteen minutes start to finish. If you're clumsy :D

But, most importantly, the normal post-range cleanup is much easier than with most firearms: squirt with gun lube and you're done. In the long term, HPs make it _easier_.
 
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much appreciated guys...especially el guapo :) i was just asking cause i lurked around on the old site and if i recall correctly, someone said to use a different size pin punch or even the allen wrench that comes with it
 
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