Bernd 2019-11-26 17:45:29 ⋅ 4y No. 89408
Thoughts on the Hi-Point 9mm Carbine? It seems like a good gun to get started with. Being Hi-Point it's pretty cheap and in the big igloo it would be easy to get 9mm.
Bernd 2019-11-26 17:54:49 ⋅ 4y No. 89409
>>89408 Also forgot to mention that Hi-Point has a nice warranty and their guns seem to be able to take a lot of abuse and neglect and still function properly. Related Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpZdUgBzh7Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt4Le2SR0dQ
Bernd 2020-07-03 14:40:01 ⋅ 3y No. 97315
Why train shooting with what you will not utilize in a defensive scenario? The most tolerable is training with FMJ instead of your fancy gold dots or critical duty.
Bernd 2020-08-26 09:55:39 ⋅ 3y No. 100026
Doesnt Hi-Points have a pretty bad reputation?
Bernd 2021-02-14 10:05:43 ⋅ 2y No. 109642
>>100026 Nah, only badmouthed. Fugly as hell but their guns actually do work, as long as you don't go crazy (e.g. using +p ammo when you don't need to/should)
Bernd 2021-09-22 20:13:23 ⋅ 2y No. 123187
>>100026 hipoints are as simple as Makarovs: you need to disasseble it to clean really often. also: cheap gun -- cheap ammo. Cheap ammo = dirty shit. Dirty shit + gun = oopsie
Bernd 2021-09-23 12:57:06 ⋅ 2y No. 123213
>>123187 1. hi-points --- simple blowback action, like Makarovs. Precise, but needs lots of cleaning 2. Cheap gun owners can buy cheap ammo because, you know, they are cheap Cheap ammo may be a problem
Bernd 2022-09-19 01:29:33 ⋅ 1y No. 226355
>>89408 Supposedly, all HiPoint firearms are very durable. If you save us a little bit you can afford a Ruger PC carbine that won't get you made fun of. However, I've always wanted to get the HiPoint carbine, with the bull pup conversion kit. Those look and perform excellent.