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 Post subject: CPL training with my hi point
PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 7:09 pm 
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A couple of weeks ago, I had my cpl training class. One of my concerns was using my Hi Point C9 as I only had about 125 rounds through it. The gun has performed very well, but at these events with so many people not fans of the gun,my concern was having problems on the range. Ha. Not only did it work fine, but nearly every person on my shooting line, 9 in all, had some sort of malfunction. I had the only C9 there and had 1 ftl, while the shooters to my left and right had constant troble, both Rugers. One RSO even commented on my gun and its great condition. Score One for Hi Point. And no, i didnt rub it in to the others having repeated trouble.


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A couple of weeks ago, I had my cpl training class. One of my concerns was using my Hi Point C9 as I only had about 125 rounds through it. The gun has performed very well, but at these events with so many people not fans of the gun,my concern was having problems on the range. Ha. Not only did it work fine, but nearly every person on my shooting line, 9 in all, had some sort of malfunction. I had the only C9 there and had 1 ftl, while the shooters to my left and right had constant troble, both Rugers. One RSO even commented on my gun and its great condition. Score One for Hi Point. And no, i didnt rub it in to the others having repeated trouble.



Good for you! The high road is often the best choice, though I'd have a hard time behaving myself in that situation.. :quiet:

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