I guess they just see Hi Point as an easier target to vilify. Typical of what passes for journalism today.
remember that SW has been selling guns since 1852 loooong before the HP founder was born. so, if you keep in mind the amount of weapons sold by SW and the amount by HPI was doing some research of lawsuits against Hi Point firearms and came accross this news story.
The Hi-Point: Cheap, easy to find, popular with criminals, and made in Ohio
Top 5 guns
Guns seized by Cleveland police after crimes in 2005.
Maker Guns seized
1. Smith & Wesson 204 (13%)
2. Hi-Point/Beemiller 113 (7%)
3. Sturm, Ruger 91 (6%)
4. Taurus 62 (4%)
5. Colt 50 (3%)
It's all about how the criminals love Hi Point but the numbers show that Smith & Wesson was by far the pick. Also they never mentioned if any of the Hi Points were stolen or not.
lol ya sideways.im waiting for a different waqy to hold now,maybe backwards would be good? :devilsidesmile: for criminals i meanYo dats why I likes my 9. Ize can shoots my 9 sideways YO!My 9 iz a gangsta gun man YO!!!