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Hi-point Model JHP: a cheap and reliable .45 ACP. What's not to like?(OUT of the BOX[TM]): An article from: Guns Magazine [HTML] [Digital]

John Taffin
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I like .45s! When I started shooting in the mid-1950s the cheapest guns available were military surplus .45s. The Smith & Wesson and Colt double action 1917s and the Colt Government Model were all readily available for $15 apiece or less and a full box of 50 rounds of military surplus hardball ammunition could be had for $1. To put these prices in perspective I was also working for 90 cents an hour.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Hi Point Versus Glock 21 December 16, 2011
When I first heard of the Hi Point brand I thought just another cheap import. I was in my local gun shop looking around one day and saw a pistol in the display case. I asked to see it. It looked good, felt good, nice balance. I saw it was a Hi Point and gave it back. The owner said dont sell it short and explained all USA, lifetime warrenty and hasn't had one come back yet for anything. I bought it and took it to the indoor range. I rented a glock 21 to compare as was also interested in buying it. Side by side, shooting a clip full from one then the other for 100 rounds ea. The Hi Point was easier to shoot, as acurrate if not more so and surprisingly less recoil! I set the targets @ 20 yards. The glock's clip was easier to load by hand, using a hand held speed loader- no difference. I actually liked the Hi Point better after this comparison. I am a Sig fan and own several of them. I went back today and purchased the 40 Hi Point: same case, same circumstances. I started hunting/shooting @ 8 and now am 67.
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