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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landor View Post
    My son and I built one up. They are awesome to shoot. :)
    That's a little bit better. I could go for that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    That's a little bit better. I could go for that one.
    Me Too!...Now I'll have to get one of those butt-ugly C9s to go along with it!! LoLs...Ugliest pistol I ever did see...Hope it's a good shooter!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.T. View Post
    Me Too!...Now I'll have to get one of those butt-ugly C9s to go along with it!! LoLs...Ugliest pistol I ever did see...Hope it's a good shooter!!
    I own a C9, and I agree with you that it's an ugly little thing. Moreover, I have problems with the magazine staying in the gun. At first I thought it was because the magazine release button stuck out so far and would keep pressing against the body of the holster, so I filed it down. Well, it still kept happening, and I still can't figure out why. Oh well, at least it makes a good paperweight now.
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    Have you tried a different mag in it yet?
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    Oh, I Forgot to mention that the ATI stock is heavier than the factory stock, resulting in lower felt recoil. I think my AR-7 has almost as much kick, LOL.

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    I got my ATI ordered and looking for it sometime this coming week. I'll take a couple of photos as I complete the "transformation" LoLs...I thought it hand a very mild recoil anyway!!...I guess it will feel like a .22 now!! Gotta love NO recover time between shots!!
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    You should see my nine year old shoot this thing. You would think he is a sniper. This gun is dead on at 100 yards no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landor View Post
    You should see my nine year old shoot this thing. You would think he is a sniper. This gun is dead on at 100 yards no problem.
    Yep!!...That’s for sure!! It’s well worth putting a few dollars into. I could see this one as a very good "do-all" survival gun as well!. Light weight, compact and lots more punch than a .22 mag round. It could be used to harvest small game as well without all the shot from a shot gun shell. With the light recoil it can be used by a anyone who can line up the sites, even if they are "gun shy" they will find this one a pleasant experience as you nine year old son has. Head shots would be very easy. Just my 2 cents worth!
    Last edited by JT; 01-04-2009 at 01:18 AM.
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    I got one at a show for 70 bucks from a private party sale at a gunshow in town.. about 3 or 4 years ago.

    Had a broken stock.. so I Called HiPoint, gave them the serial number and they shipped me the stock FREE.

    My wife loves it so its hers now.. her home defense gun.. me I like the KelTec Sub 2000 for a 9mm carbine myself.. but that Hi Point is a good accurate shooter.

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    That was a great price!! Shoot it in good health!!
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