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    Hi Point.

    Did I win anything?
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    I have often heard that "Change is Good". If this is a fact, why does history tend to repeat itself so often. I'm guessing that it is so we can learn from our mistakes that change is good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonrjen View Post
    Hi Point.

    Did I win anything?
    I say Hi Point as well.

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    Hi-Point no doubt.
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    Don't think it is a Hi-Point, and I believe it is a moron who can't run a firearm. regardless what it is.....................................
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    The gun the thug is holding in post #4 is most definitely a Hi-Point. That's the gun I was commenting on. Ejection port is the same, magazine is the same, slide serrations are the same,
    although he has some type of accessory rail mounted in the underside of the frame.
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    Taurus PT111G2 - Ruger LCPII - Charter Undercover .38 Spc - M'berg Mav88 Pistol Grip - M'berg 715T - Charles Daly Superior 12g O/U Trap - Heritage Rough Rider .22LR/WMR - Henry Classic Lever .22LR - Marlin 336W .30-30 Lever - Phoenix HP22LR - NAA .22WMR Mini-Revolver w/ Pocket Clip - GSG 1911-22 - H&R Young American .32 Safety Hammer NF (circa 1890)

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    All i could make out is it looked chrome or nickle plated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funflyer View Post
    It appears to be a S&W Sigma or SD.
    I've never heard of an SD being that screwed up.

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbojama View Post
    JA9????
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    Being in NYC there is no place to practice, and the JA9 needs a bit of breack in to function even marginally. My buddies after 200+ rounds of ball would finally get through a mag without issues. Never could get it to run JHPs. He traded it for a 9X18 Makarov... much better gun...
    That would be my guess. Some kinda Bryco or Cobra or Jennings "Saturday Night Special".
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    Looks like a Hi Point that is very rusted and probably never been cleaned.
    Battle of Wanat: 10 years ago last 13 July, 1LT Brostram was killed in combat killing the last enemy combatant in the outpost. The LT went to the point of decision and made the difference that turned the tide of the battle. The original investigation found the Bde Cmdr, the Bn Cmdr and the Co Cmdr at fault for dereliction of duty. If you want to see what a sarcastic silver star citation reads like, pull up the company commander's silver star.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    Ghetto Glock in FDE. Looks like it never went back in battery after he cleared it the first time.

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    In Ghetto Glock is defintely a Hipoint in Post #4. It looks to be a 40 or 45 judging by the bottom of the mag and the rail..
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    It's hard to see but the ejection port of the gun in the OP, the black sight and end profile look Jimenez to me....
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    Well, after all has been said, the gun is undoubtedly, a Stolen.
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