New Stallad JS-9 ?

Discussion in 'Hi-Point Pistols' started by bri7590, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. bri7590

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    Hi guys just got my gun back from Hi point today and was curious if anyone else had had this happen to them. I sent them in a beater police auction all black JS-9 and I got back a new Stallard JS-9 in chrome. I wonder if it was new old stock or a remanufacture.
     

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  2. MachoMelvin

    MachoMelvin Well-Known Member

    Your the 2nd guy in 2 weeks that has received a NEW JS-9???

    http://www.hipointfirearmsforums.com/forum/f273/stallard-js-9-repair-status-311348/
     

  3. JH45

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    Wow!!!!!!!!
     
  4. bri7590

    bri7590 Member

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    Not too bad for twenty bucks lol .
     
  5. planosteve

    planosteve Lifetime Supporter

    Look like you got the deal of the year.:eek:
     
  6. Dagwood

    Dagwood Supporting Member

    Dang!!! Great deal! Gotta love MoM!
     
  7. Moestooge

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    Amazing. When did they quit making Stallards?
     
  8. HiPointArmorer

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    Everyone got and old Stallard???
     
  9. Uh-oh. Now Macho Melvin's gonna be hunting down beat up Stallards so he can return it for a chrome one - and check another one off his collection list! :)

    The one I sent in appeared to have been a flat gripped model (the grips were missing). When I called Mom to get parts to fix it up, I was told I needed to send it in - and I got a chrome one back. But a few months earlier I sent in a curved grip Stallard, and it came back fully refurbed. Not sure why one was swapped and the other wasn't - really the only difference was the age of the pistol; condition-wise they both looked the pretty much same.. ????
     
  10. JH45

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    With three different manufacturing facilities making several different models over the last 20 years all with possible different policies and procedures; the scenarios are endless.

    I asked the same question and received several different and detailed answers.

    My guess: Because of the anti gang initiative and political environment at the time and chrome models were perceived as “flashy” and “bling”, so they were mothballed. This theory goes right out the window as soon as someone posts their new blue JS-9.
     
  11. wganz

    wganz Supporting Member

    Very possible that they were held back to be used as replacements for warranty work. Personally, I doubt very seriously that the criminal element would be seeking warranty work.