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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Pistols' started by money132333, Jan 2, 2016.
How many rounds have you guys shot through your hi points before noticing any flaws? Thanks
I have never counted, but someone posted a while back that the HP barrel would handle 5000 rds before a FREE replacement? But I'm not paying much attention to that. I'm 58 years old and have NEVER fired 5000 rds of bullets in my life, so I have nothing to worry about!
Thanks brother. I definitely love my jhp 45. I dont know why people talk down on them i like the"ugliness"
Idk, I've only got about 1000 through mine, but it's still going strong.
Cool. Thanks for the feedback guys.trying to prove my glock buddy wrong since he thinks its a piece of metal **** as he would say
Most go THOUSANDS, and the main things are firing pins.
It is a simple but well made system. HP says do a complete
tear down and cleaning at 1500 rounds, is that right guys?
Runs Good, Dirty
Yeah were out shooting on his land now we have went through about 700 rds a piece and his gun continuously jams mine has yet to jam once
If his glock is jamming that much, tell him to clean it and stop limp wristing. I Clean every gun I shoot, every time I shoot it. It doesn't matter if I only fire one round through it.
I told him to clean it up. He wont do it. So i busted my cleaning kit out and did it for him. Now it looks great and shoots great. Hes an idiot. I should have offered him money for it but im not a glock man
The Glock 19, was the first handgun I shot, as an adult. As a kid, I shot a .22 revolver. I rented a Glock 19, S&W Classic 1911 .45 and a S&W 686 in .38 Special. My Hi-Point C9 is SO EASY to shoot - I love it! I found the Glock to be snappy, with a lot of muzzle flip - nice gun overall, but I prefer shooting my C9. The S&W .45 though, was a beautiful gun to shoot and to look at!
Yeah Every body says hi points are ugly. I kind of like the way they look
I'm a big fan of the JHP .45 even if it looks like a cordless drill. On a practical note, people who have problems with recoil due to physical ailments such as arthritis should look at the H-P .380. It's about as close as you can come to a recoil-free ceterfire pistol.
Well into the thousands. I always inspect my barrels for pits and etc, and they all look good. The worse of the bunch in my Mosin-Nagant, but then it's been around since 1942. Still shoots like a dream.