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Chitown-Angler

Joined: 11:31am - Feb 12,07
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Post Posted: 11:45am - Mar 23,20 
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Does anybody have any one of these guns?
If so what do you think of it?
I have had mine for three years, was cheap as hell and never done me wrong shoots every time, no hang ups. I just need to keep it clean and she's a runner.

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Post Posted: 12:34pm - Mar 23,20 
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I thought about picking one up a couple years ago but the reviews were mixed so I held off. Maybe time to look at one again.

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Location: Not quite over the hill, but has a breathtaking view from the lofty perch.

Post Posted: 05:06am - Mar 24,20 
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Got the 45 version and it's a shooter for sure, big, heavy and all. For target and home use it's really a good gun.

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Post Posted: 11:49am - Mar 24,20 
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I mean it’s a Hi Point which means it’s better than a pointy stick. I wouldn’t trust my life or defend my home with it but that’s just me

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Post Posted: 12:14pm - Mar 24,20 
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I have a 9mm pistol for a long time. It's, heavy and plasticky (is that a word?) but shoots well and I can feed anything through it and never had jam.
It is a PIA to disassemble but If your on a budget I would not hesitate to buy one.

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Joined: 04:09pm - Jun 4,11
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Post Posted: 10:57am - Apr 28,20 
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no problems have 9mm 45 acp just use full power ammo . 45 tricked out use standard 45 1911 mags.

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Location: Bolingbrook, IL

Post Posted: 12:36pm - Apr 29,20 
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You want a very reliable, highly-rated handgun, go with the Taurus Millennium G2(PT111) 9mm. I got one on clearance for like $200 out the door, and have put 1000+ rounds through it without a single malfunction. Find reviews online, and some of the most popular gun reviewers rave about it. It's light, and very good for an EDC, and has a double stack with 12+1, a manual thumb safety, trigger safety, and chambered round indicator. Absolutely love the thing, and it's my EDC weapon. Honestly the best budget handgun you'll find, IMO. You can find them regularly for $250 or less. I like it more than my Shield. It just feels nice in the hand, and I have big hands.

Taurus has really stepped things up in recent years. Far better weapons than they used to be.

Haven't tried the Hi-Points, though.


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Post Posted: 07:48pm - Apr 29,20 
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https://www.hi-pointfirearms.com/

I shot the pistol and carbine in 45 cal..A little heavy and bulky but found very accurate and reliable,no jams with good ammo.
Hi Point and Taurus offer a great warrenty-

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