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Hello everybody, I'm sorta new here but have been hanging around for a week or two. Great forum and have alot of interesting ideas and tips. i bought a used JHP 45 last week and really fell in love with the ugly thing. I good buddy of mine is wanting it to go with his 40 cal Hi Point and I have my ye on a new C9 at my LGS for $220 out the door price. So, would you all sell him my 45 so I could go buy that C9? Thanks for letting me post and everyone have a great day (whats left of it) Andy
 

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Andy,

The C9 is $149 at Potters in Jamestown, TN or Outdoor Country in Cookeville, TN. +9.5% tax and $10 background fee.
 

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I have them both and I love them both.
The C9 would be a little cheaper to shoot.
Also, the C9 would be better for CCW as the .40 is nearly impossible to CCW.
 

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$220.00 does not seem kind of High....IT IS WAY HIGH!!!! I went to 2 different Gun Shops this weekend $139.00 at the First and And $135.00 at the Second and FYI The .380 were $138.00. I know each part of the great UNITED STATES is Different but for almost a hundred bucks I would shop around. Just my 2CW.
 

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I bought a C9 Saturday from the only place in Amarillo that sells Hi-Points - even with a lack of competition the TT&L was only $162.

What's this 'break-in' period supposed to accomplish? I don't deny it exists - I've just never had a pistol suddenly start shooting better after so many rounds...
 

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I bought mine in NW Ohio, last week for 159.00 and they had 10 in stock, for 174.00 you got a custom paddle holster, (pkgd w/gun). Mine is not for carry so I went with plain C9, put 75 rds through it next day, love it, heavy enough to absorb the recoil on my old wrists. I also have a JHP 45, and it don't kick much either, keep both, you'll just end up getting a new 45, if you trade this one. Jim <><
 

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I say keep your HP.45 and just buy you a HP C-9. I love my HP.45 :yes: ;)
 

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Thank you to everybody who replied. I just held the C9 a while ago and it feels awesome. I will wait till the next gun show here in a few weeks to get one. I did pick up a Hogue grip for my 45. it is much better than that piece of innertube I had on there. LOL. Have a great day and God bless.
 

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I saw a JHP .45 in a pawn shop today for $160. They would probably take alot less, because th guy told me it was 'junk'. Looked new to me in box.
 

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My .45 was $160 brand new. I would keep yours and find another place to by the C-9.
 
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