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Hi Point vs. 1911

Discussion in 'The 1911 Forum' started by hogger129, Oct 10, 2010.

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  1. Boris

    Boris Former Guest

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    You are the King of one and two line posts.

    Are you an airsofter??
  2. AngelDeville

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    How do you figure?

    The barrel is mounted to the frame so it locks up the the same way every time, and it has enough mass to reduce recoil.

    My Hi-point gets more range time than my 1911, and it's more accurate.
  3. MagnumFan

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    Check my sig wiseguy. :rolleyes:
  4. Boris

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    Its longer than any of your posts........
  5. MagnumFan

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    And it's going to get longer, but you will never see a Hi Point in my collection.
  6. Boris

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    So thats the reason you are a Hipoint expert! You will never own one.

    Got it.
  7. oscarmayer

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    3 inch groups at 15 yds and you clain thats bad ? things must be boring in abilene ks. that you have to come here to stir the pot, could that be because you've worn out your welcome on some of the other sites Girevik ? oh i get it you've heard from a friend of a friend who has a 3rd cousin who once saw a guy firing a hi-point and he couldn't hit a thing ..... there for you're qualified to report on the "facts" " accuracy is horrendous. i see by the extensive collection of firearms you own you indeed have good taste , but it's plain to see good taste doesn't equate to common sense you continue to express opinions that fly in the face of proven facts
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