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    I have a 9mm and other that the fact I lost the mag release spring ( which I just replaced with a different spring) I have not had a lot of problems. Any issues are with the mags they are cheap.It would stovepipe but I just squeezed the lips with a pair of channel locks and no more stove pipe. It would fail to load at first but I took a file to the front edge of the mag and that is not an issue any more. First choice for personal defense probably not, but definatly a back up. It is a lot of fun to shoot, and my wife likes it because of low recoil

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    Arrow Columbine High School Terrorist Attack

    Quote Originally Posted by FN1910 View Post
    I had one a traded it on a rifle. At times I almost wish I had it back. t was reliable, shot great, ugly as a Glock, heavy, worth every penny and more. Gun snobs hate them and most people that have one love them.
    IIRC, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold used a High Point carbine when carrying out the Columbine High School Terrorist Attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    Beavis and butthead used a High Point carbine when carrying out the Columbine High School Terrorist Attack.
    Why immortalize these rejects? Why demonize HP for the acts of two losers?
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  5. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    IIRC, Beavis and butthead used a High Point carbine when carrying out the Columbine High School Terrorist Attack.
    So are you saying that the HP must be a good gun seeing as how it was very effective for them. From the opinions of some people it should have jammed after only two rounds therefore saving a lot of lives.

  6. I've had a C9 9mm for some time but just picked up a HiPoint Carbine and it's a really nice platform.

    -Cheers

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    "You get what you pay for" can't make chicken soup out of chicken crap.

  8. #27
    It probably would make a good door stop. I sure wouldn't rely on it for anything else, except mabye to throw at someone. You get what you pay for.

  9. Carbines cool handguns 50/50 first gun I bought 9mm Hi Point not one problem would I get another? If I needed a gun didint have alot of $$ yes shoot it shoot it shoot it know what you have that's with any gun

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by g27gen4 View Post
    "You get what you pay for" can't make chicken soup out of chicken crap.
    That's what we call a gun snob. Chuckle.

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    i had a hi point c9. it's no glock or 1911 but it works well enough...

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