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Hi-Point Semi-Auto Pistol Sale 380 ACP, 9mm, 40 S&W & 45 ACP. Lifetime Warranty Priced $99.99 - $119.99 + S/H @ S/C

hobojon 1,052 October 9, 2010 at 03:42 PM in Sporting Goods (2)
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Stolen from another site cuz that's how I roll.....

Sold by Centerfire Systems

Made in the USA with no imported parts.

Lifetime Warranty

All Hi-Point firearms carry a lifetime, No-questions asked warranty.

Whether you are the original purchaser, or a third-hand owner, your Hi-Point firearm will be repaired free of charge.

.380 http://www.centerfiresystems.com/...380hc.aspx

.9mm http://www.centerfiresystems.com/HIP-9HC.aspx

.9mm http://www.centerfiresystems.com/hip-916g.aspx

.40 http://www.centerfiresystems.com/hip-34010.aspx

.45 http://www.centerfiresystems.com/hip-34510.aspx
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#2
Unfortunately, none of them are legal for California. Too bad, looks like a really good deal.
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not bad.. more then i paid for my c9 (120 + tax)

their shipping looks to be 15 + 3.50 (signature charge) = 18.50 (which is reasonable although free is better)

128.50 + transfer fee.

you can probably do as good or better locally considering the transfer and shipping charges are gonna account for about 1/4 or 1/3rd the total cost of the gun.


but they're not bad, very no frills, low capacity, mine jammed like crazy the 1st 150 rounds.
the powder coating on the massive slide is very utilitarian but incredibly tough.

their carbines have poor finish on them but are crazy fun to shoot and my 995 has never malf'ed on me.
hi-point CS is absolutely top-notch.. best in the industry.

EDIT: just realized these are the ones with a hard carrying case.. they're a little more expensive then the regular "card board" box versions (which i bought, did'nt have hard case versions when i got mine)

so this is a little better deal then i 1st thought.

EDIT 2: 138.50 for the 45 model shipped, thats a pretty decent price on it.
yup deal gets better and better the more i look.

if you been wanting a 1st firearm or a knock around gun looks like your time has come.
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Only .380 and 9mm left
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Quote from orangeslick View Post :
Unfortunately, none of them are legal for California. Too bad, looks like a really good deal.
don't spread FUD, the 9mm and 380 are legal for sale in CA.
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All are out of stock.
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That was fast and unfortunate. I own the JHP 45 and have put about 400 rounds through it with only one FTE (Failure to Eject.) Decent three dot sights (includes an optional Ghost Ring sight) and accurate as I am at 25 yards and less.

Bought it as a "bear gun" for hiking in National Parks; you wouldn't choose it to hunt bears but 45 ACP ball ammo is supposed to have enough penetration for large mammals.
Firearms.bmp
It's one butt ugly gun, however, at under $200 I won't weep if it walks out the door of the RV.
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Quote from nazgulnarsil View Post :
don't spread FUD, the 9mm and 380 are legal for sale in CA.
Really? How come they all say "Cannot be sold to residents of California" (right under the specs and "FFL Required")?
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all GONE
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Quote from orangeslick View Post :
Really? How come they all say "Cannot be sold to residents of California" (right under the specs and "FFL Required")?
Because a seller in Kentucky may not want to bother keeping up with California's f'ed up and ever-changing roster of handguns approved for sale. Several businesses across the US simply refuse to do business with California on the chance that they may unwittingly violate one of California's many firearms laws.

But the .380 acp and 9mm Hi-Points are on the approved list. Check under "Hi Point"
http://certguns.doj.ca.gov/safeguns_resp.asp
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Quote from zhangrongbin View Post :
Because a seller in Kentucky may not want to bother keeping up with California's f'ed up and ever-changing roster of handguns approved for sale. Several businesses across the US simply refuse to do business with California on the chance that they may unwittingly violate one of California's many firearms laws.

But the .380 acp and 9mm Hi-Points are on the approved list. Check under "Hi Point"
http://certguns.doj.ca.gov/safeguns_resp.asp
Ah, I see. Thanks for clearing that up.
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#12
Not only a lifetime warranty, but a money back guarantee!

Well, not though Hi Point, but those anti 2nd Amendment gun buyback programs will usually give you $100 for a handgun, so if you don't like it, just go "turn it in" for a no-risk purchase!
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Quote from jdpatt View Post :
Not only a lifetime warranty, but a money back guarantee!

Well, not though Hi Point, but those anti 2nd Amendment gun buyback programs will usually give you $100 for a handgun, so if you don't like it, just go "turn it in" for a no-risk purchase!
rofl.. i remember a couple years ago they had a buy back in california for 250 a gun.

i almost drove the 1800 miles one way with a trunk full of hi-points to take them up on that offer.. buy them for 150 sell them for 250.. Wink
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I'm surprised how much heat Hi Point guns take. They aren't bad, and a lot of people call them junk before ever trying one, or because of how they look. My brother has 2, a C9 and 45 JH, they work fine. I had the new 9mm carbine style they came out with. I had a helluva time trying to sell it when I got bored of it at a gun show since every dealer kept hating on it. I had over 600 rounds through it with not one hiccup. I wish I could have said that about my other guns that cost more than twice that 9mm carbine cost me.
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ya they're not bad i've beat the hell out of my c9 and it still runs fine.. 1st 150 rounds was a jam-o-matc but after they it's pretty good now.

the finish on teh slide (powder coating) is absolutely tough as nails, although not very attractive.

check out this video on you tube i just ran across.. they fired a c9 with a 150% powder charge and a bore obstruction and it did'nt blow up.. thats impressive for such a cheap gun.

the 995 carbine i got has been aces out of the box.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbvvurXmAmg
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