hi-point 9mm cost

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  1. tec

    tec XDTalk 5K Member

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    Was out driveing yesterday and saw a sign for a hi point 9mm, for 125.00
    . I dont want one but isnt that cheap??
     
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    southy XDTalk 100 Member

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    not for a piece of S$#@
     
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    My friend has one of those Hi Point 9mm rifles. It actually shoots great. The iron sights are suprisingly accurate. Never had any FTFs or anything like that. I've nevered fired theirs pistols, though,
     
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    [TASF]Maverick XDTalk 1K Member

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    Assuming this is for a Carbine, that's a good price. But if you get a High Point you should get a red dot sight for it. The iron sights on it make you tilt your head much more than I would like to. That's the only reason I didn't buy one.
     
  5. hobocircus

    hobocircus XDTalk 3K Member Founding Member

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    If that is the price is for the carbine, its a good deal because they go for $150 to $175 new. The pistols go for about $125 so that isn't a super deal on a pistol. That hi-point 995 carbine is fun to shoot, and it's is very accurate :shock: not one misfeed, glitch, jam, bobble or whatever :shock:
    Surprisingly the hi-point C-9 pistol is fairly accurate too and it has never given me any problems at all :shock: Hi-points also come with a lifetime warranty.
    Cheap doesn't always mean Cheap :lol:

    Hey .40 S&W shooters, did you know they also make this?
    http://www.mkssupply.com/40_carbine.asp :shock:
     
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    Verm XDTalk 500 Member

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    The old Hi Point pistols were junk but the new ones are actually pretty good even though they are inexpensive. The new owners basicaly bought the name and retooled the factory. They are not pretty, that's for sure, but they do function reliably with a lifetime factory warranty. They are also rated for +P+ ammo and I have never seen one jam or ftf/fte. The carbine has always been very good and inexpensive rifles. I have owned a couple and am considering of getting one of the new .40 models. (also found someone that now makes a 15 round mag for them)

    While it's not something I would pick, if I was on a tight budget and needed a reliable pistol, I wouldn't hesitate to have one.
     
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    Shnozzer-xd-9 XDTalk 100 Member

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    My buddy has a hi-point carbine. Its a damn accurate gun. The only thing I don't like about it is the damn thing slaps my cheek every time I fire it. Other than that, they're a decent, inexpensive carbine.
     
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    magnumize XDTalk 2K Member Founding Member

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    Kinda high for a door stop.
     
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    hobocircus XDTalk 3K Member Founding Member

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    I know what you mean, about the "slap". Just move your head back a few inches and it won't bother you and you can still see through the peep sights.
    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, cause I actually like the way the hi-points look [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    worst piece of **** I have ever had :x I had one in a .45 and it was accurate as hell but jammed about every 3rd round. Plus the damn things look and feel like you are shooting a giant cordless drill.
     
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    my roomate bought his highpoint c-9 new for $110.00 All said in done, its a shitty pistol to hold, a ***** to clean, and the slide rubs the inside of my thumb when i release it. You can't clean it unless you own a punch set, cause a pin needs knocked out to field strip it. Its a gun ment to be used in the commision of a crime, then thrown in a river. BUT! My roomate's gun is ridiculously accurate. I was suprised.
     
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    I get tired of people bad mouthin' stuff because it not expensive I've shot many hi-point firearms they all shot as good or better than guns that cost twice as much or more. the only one that had a problem[jamming] they fixed no question asked. they are the only gun some people can afford they may not be pretty but they are reliable accurite and american made. my carbine has killed way more than a hundred groundhog my model c has a dozen groundhog kills.they were bought when that was all I could afford My pistol rack now holds ruger's xd's taurus's and keltec,s plus one well worn model c hi-point that shoot just as good as the other pistol on the rack
     
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    get a Styer much better buy then a hi-point use to own one i think there junk but thats just me tho the carbine is the only thing goign for hi-point i hate there pistols
     
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    I have a 995C (Carbine) It's a really fun gun to shoot, not expensive and yes it a mother to clean but all I do is spray some gun scrubber in the ejection port-scrub around the extractor just a bit and run a couple of patches down the tube and put it away.
    My wife really like it for a defense piece compared to my Mossberg 12g and it has only had a couple of FTF's out of maybe 1k rnds and a lifetime warranty so for $150 that's not bad
     
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    A gun that costs twice as much as a hi-point is a piece of **** too.

    :lol:

    Settle down, I'm just kidding.

    brad cook
     
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    Well said Roy, it's good to hear from another Hi-Point fan. Sure, the Hi-Points are not perfect, but if you can work with it's limitations it's a blast to shoot. Not sure what the resistance is, afterall we bought XDs because they are (were) lower priced than Glocks, H&K, Brownings, Walthers......and shoot just as good or better. :p
     
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    i actually just shot one at the range.. yesterday a guy brought it in and i thought the same thing someone else here said... "what the... drill?!?!" but it fired a TIGHT group i was surprised when he told me he paid 75$ new from a gun show for it.. no bad comments here.. but i dont own one and hve to clean it.. and havent shot enough rounds to test its reliability..
     
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    BUY ONE!!!

    everyone needs a cheapie pistol.

    besides, it supports my local economy. Their corp. HQ is now in Dayton.

    They used to be sold under the names Iberia, Stollard, Hi-Point, and one other that I can't remember. Each name was the location in Ohio of the assembly sites and each location only assembled on caliber gun. I believe the Stollards were the 45's, the Iberia's were the 40's, and HiPoint was the 9 and compact 9. Nice people and customer service has been exemplary from my point of view.
     
  19. the ox

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    Hey like i said they are accurate. VERY ACCURATE. Its almost scary how accurate they are. I called it a piece of **** because it jammed alot. And mine was a .45 not a 9mm. But I would be willing to try the .380 with the compensator on it :D
     
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    Here is a pic of the Stallard 9 mm pistol.
    [​IMG]
    I saw one of these at Turners in California many years ago. I think they cost like $119 and I should have bought one for laughs. Very crude and weighed about 5 pounds apiece! :shock: Saleman said that people were shooting in tournaments with it and getting accurate groupings. 8)
     

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