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Can anyone tell me about the C9 that I inherited?
It has no magazine safety nor is there any cut-out provision for one.
It has no last round hold-open assembly nor is there any provision for one.
It has no guide rod for the recoil spring.
The firing pin spring is a single coil and nothing else with it.
I'm asking because mine doesn't look exactly like any diagram I've ever seen by Hi-Point and the internals don't look like any of those on YouTube.
Could this be one of the first-generation C9s?
Thank you all for your input.
 

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Can anyone tell me about the C9 that I inherited?
It has no magazine safety nor is there any cut-out provision for one.
It has no last round hold-open assembly nor is there any provision for one.
It has no guide rod for the recoil spring.
The firing pin spring is a single coil and nothing else with it.
I'm asking because mine doesn't look exactly like any diagram I've ever seen by Hi-Point and the internals don't look like any of those on YouTube.
Could this be one of the first-generation C9s?
Thank you all for your input.

Can you post a picture of it?
 

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@loggerdan Sounds like you might have a Model C. This article explains some of the differences. Article Posted - What’s the difference between my...
Thank you for that brother.
Yes, my gun is a "C" and not a C-9 as I posted. The information that you provided went a long way in explaining why my pistol is different from the other Hi-Point 9mm pistols that I commonly see.
Everything you said about the model C exactly describes this pistol that I inherited from my dad. :)
 

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Yup, still interested in what it looks like.
It looks exactly like an older C9 with the old trigger, but with a different roll stamp on it.
 
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@loggerdan When I click on that link I get this message:
"Oops! We ran into some problems. The requested page could not be found."
 

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^^I'm betting it's getting the magazine to be reliable^^
 
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^^I'm betting it's getting the magazine to be reliable^^
I'm surprised they didn't call upon their patron saint muchosnivelin', to magically create them from scrap parts like he did half of his collection. Just to claim he found them as all originals in the wild.
 

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I'm surprised they didn't call upon their patron saint muchosnivelin', to magically create them from scrap parts like he did half of his collection. Just to claim he found them as all originals in the wild.
Now now. You know he or his little buddy FF are secretly trolling here. Looking to cry
 
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