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Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by gabriel c., Apr 23, 2008.
That is a pretty cool looking knife! I would think about buying it if it had partial serration on it!!!
I would be also interested in what type of metal they are using..
Does it have a bent firing pin too?
Sorry, I'm just a little ticked about needing to send my new 995 back the day after buying it. Now its jamming up about 3-5% of the time.
I'll be putting up my full range report next week after I take it out Saturday. I oiled and buffed necessary parts so hopefully it won't jam.
I prefer the Ken onion kershaw knives; they're much better looking. While it is cool that it is a hi point knife I think it's a little ugly. Maybe it's just the small picture on my blackberry.
I'm in a bad mood thanks to work today. Sorry for being a Debbie downer. Normally my posts are better than this and will improve soon.
No worries, JBos. We all have our off days.
Don't give up on that 995, either. Plenty of info on the forum to help get yours straightened out. If you can't find it thru the search function, just give a holler.
Back to topic, I wonder how collectible the Hi-Point knives will be down the road...
These knives made for Hi-point or someone just slapped Hi-point on them?
I saw another one on gunbroker that looks different, all in silver.
They were made for MKS Supply as a marketing tool. They come in different colors, and there is also a different model that comes in the Home defense pack. It has a serrated blade. They are very fine knives.
thats what im wondering too.