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yes you can fire any .9mm ammo meaning +/+p +++p what ever it's safe to shoot it :D have fun at the range
 

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Um...Hi-Points are only rated for +P ammo, not +/+P, ++P, or +P+.
 

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the +p/++p was a joke beside i didn't know they made a ++p/++p
 

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.9mm? why do people always put the period before the metric calibers? that makes it look like they are only 0.9mm! lol they are a whole 9mm which isn't very big ;)
 

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?? force of habit i guess.
 

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i think they are rated for +p+ ammo. unless i read it wrong
 

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ok i did go back and it didn't say anything about +p+ ammo so i wouldn't shoot it through the gun . i would call highpoint and find out first .
 

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he'll be back they alwats come back.
 

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If whats being described is Winchester Ranger, its really only +P, so no problems in any HP. I bought 2 boxes before I realized it was +P and had to check with Ruger to see if I could use it in my P89. Come to find out, Rugers ( at least the metal 9's ) are rated for any form of ammo you can get, from subsonic, to +P+, even tracers.
 

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i woulldn't fire any tracers through my guns they are really bad on the barrels they do look good at night but they do wreak havock on the barrels atleast from what i hear .
 
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