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 Post subject: new Hi Point C9 at the range
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 7:07 am 
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Favorite Hi-Point: C9
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Location: Southern IL
Age: 50
OK so went to the range with my new C9 yesterday. I used five different ammo (Perfecto, Remington UMC, American Eagle, Blazer Black, Blazer Black/Gold). I had two fail to feed with the Remington UMC on the first magazine. Second magazine they fed fine. All other Ammo feed and fired perfect. I mostly shot out to 25ft and was getting consistent in the black placement. Not bad considering last time I shot a pistol was before my final trip to Afghanistan on 2008. Had a fun time with my son who was with me. He shot his S/W M&P and after shooting we had some AWESOME smoked buffalo wings at the ranges attached BBQ eatery.

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All in all I am HIGHLY impressed with the quality, reliability, and accuracy of a $169.00 gun

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 Post subject: Re: new Hi Point C9 at the range
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:24 am 
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I'll also add that I felt recoil was very low and probably due to overall weight of the gun. Trigger pull was smooth and even and broke nicely for me. I will say that the M/P trigger was in a better position for my finger as it's slightly more forward compared to the C9.

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 Post subject: Re: new Hi Point C9 at the range
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:39 pm 
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Location: Central Lower Michigan
Favorite Hi-Point: C9
Gender: Male
Location: central lower mi.
Age: 55
I'm a new pistol shooter but I'd like to think I know quality...if not art when I see and feel it. I really like these guns. My wife likes her HP 380 and I like my 9. The feel, look...all of it.
I spoke with a retired Deputy a few days ago. He has a friend on a Swat Team in Arizona and he takes his HP40 when he is on a Swat mission.
Testimony doesn't get much better than that.


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 Post subject: Re: new Hi Point C9 at the range
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 3:17 pm 
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Favorite Hi-Point: 4095
Gender: Male
Location: Georgia
Age: 69
I am leaning towards getting a HiPoint pistol. I am very pleased with the 4095 carbine. It has been extremely reliable and accurate too.
I won't be using it for CCW, but to have in the car for when I go on a long road trip. I like to have a gun with me as I am more comfortable that way.
I think an inexpensive, reliable gun is the way to go there.


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 Post subject: Re: new Hi Point C9 at the range
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:49 pm 
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Favorite Hi-Point: C9
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Great reports all!!! They are indeed pretty nice little pistols! Well worth the price and darned accurate!
My brother has shot mine and was pretty impressed. But he's still a snob and won't own one. Some
people!

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 Post subject: Re: new Hi Point C9 at the range
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:54 pm 
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Crawfish wrote:
I am leaning towards getting a HiPoint pistol. I am very pleased with the 4095 carbine. It has been extremely reliable and accurate too.
I won't be using it for CCW, but to have in the car for when I go on a long road trip. I like to have a gun with me as I am more comfortable that way.
I think an inexpensive, reliable gun is the way to go there.


A Hi Point JCP 40 will use the same mags as your 4095 carbine and you don't have to keep an extra caliber around..... just saying.... :yes2:

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