looks cool

Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by gabriel c., Apr 23, 2008.

  1. That is a pretty cool looking knife! I would think about buying it if it had partial serration on it!!!
     

  2. AndrewST

    AndrewST Guest

    I would be also interested in what type of metal they are using..
     
  3. JBos

    JBos Guest

    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.
     
  4. 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...
     
  5. 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.
     
  6. unscarred

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    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.
     



  7. thats what im wondering too.