hi points? any good?

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by gendoikari87, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Full auto

    Full auto New Member

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    Wow! Where did you get those Grips? I didn't know that anyone made wood grips
    for Hi Points. There is something beautiful about a Steel Barrel and Wooden Grips.
    I'd like to get a pair for my C-9.
  2. group17

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    He makes them for all hi-point pistols and other manufacturers as well.

    Has a nice selection of woods to choose from plus he is reasonable.

    Thomas Grips.
    406-20-9140
    jnathomas08@ yahoo.com

    The owners name is Josh.
  3. Inthewind1976

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    I would rather have a used Ford than a new Kia, and I would MUCH rather have a Star B, BM, BKM, Helwan Brigadier, LLama, USED than a new HiPoint. Sorry, I just cant warm up to them. Notice, not being the proverbial HiPoint Hating Elitist, I didnt say a Lincoln, Caddy, or Walther or Korth. :)
  4. group17

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    When was the last time you drove a KIA?
    The new ones are getting great reviews and the company is seeing 20% growth during last 2 years recession unlike Ford. I had a used Ford Contour. Now that was a great example of Ford engineering.

    A new hi-point comes with a lifetime warranty so that if any thing goes wrong with it it's fixed free. None of the guns you listed do and I would not want to be hunting down parts for any on your list. If you don't mind and can fix all of the guns mentioned, go for it. I handled a used Egyptian Helwan Brigadier at my LGD. I'll stick with the hi-point that comes with a warranty just like my car.
    To each his own.
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2011
  5. Big ugly

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    Them Ohio boys at high point done just what they wanted to with that firearm. They wanted to build a reliable, durable, afforadable firearm. Couple that with the best customer service in the industry and a no questions asked policy on equipment malfunctions, what is not like about this firearm?
  6. J.D. Bass

    J.D. Bass New Member

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    They may be tough, reliable, accurate ex............ But DAD GONE they are ugly. For me a gun of any kind has to pass the "beauty contest". But, I'm a guy who already has guns. I guess I can be a little pickier. :) Just my opinion
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