Pistolkitty· Premium Member
Just so you know, you really ought to clean YOUR gun a lot more often than every thousand rounds or so.....Night stand not safe and just following MOM's recommendation on cleaning the pistol. Besides less time cleaning my pistol means more time getting MY GUN dirty.
I haven't exactly thought about it that specifically, but it is the gun I care the least about in terms of monetary value, sentimental value, and aesthetically while still having the stopping power.Do you keep the Hi Point as your ready gun so that you don't have to have one of your nicer ones go into evidence if you have to shoot a home invader?
I'm going to go with the assumption that the previous jokes went right over your head....Why?
Well it is supposedly going to stay at a 200 buck msrp so they will probably sell the hell out of them. And one could always take a sharpie to that screw.That IS a big ass grip screw. Overall I like what I saw. I shoot right handed even though I'm a lefty. So I dig the ambi mag release. I haven't decided yet on liking or disliking the grip safety . But I own a 1911 from ATI so I guess I don't hate them.
I guess I should have expected them to keep it unlocked blowback to keep production simple and price cheaper. The short answer is yeah I'll buy one. Not gonna stand in line or pay a premium like the Glock fanboys did with the G42 and G43. But sooner or later...
Haha!! I was thinking star wars too but couldn't remember the name of that particular fighter.I like the way the mock-up looks. It tickles my space-gun nerve.
And I can't be the only one who thinks the new Hi Point "H" logo looks like Darth Vader's Tie Fighter.
Peace favor your sword,
I just Jr vomited in my mouth a little reading that mess.Fake wood grips with a brass screw.
Don't forget the fart sprayWhen he was opening the box I was hoping for a glitter bomb.
Dude, you're in a hi point forum....No, I'm sayin the HP is not worth buying IMO, there are other inexpensive guns out there that are a better buy and not ugly heavy bricks.
Then he can go piss and moan in a sccy forum about all the faults of sccy pistols.SCCY can be found for $170 , hipoint pricing
From what I gather from over at ktog it can very very finnicky until you get several hundred rounds through it and find out exactly what the one you have likes to eat, just like the pmr30.Yeah this is basically the same carbine. But I've heard several bad reports about reliability.
That was throwing me off as well. My brain goes to a tube fed shotgun or lever action carbine type thing.As a .22 guy...I REALLY can't wrap my head around your use of the word "tube" in this context.
What are you saying when you use that word?
Lgs here has had them for 199 for a few weeks now, but they're all pink, purple, white, or red.Sccy used to be a very affordable little pistol. I bought mine for $182.00. Now I see them for $250 and sometimes $300 or more.