This was actually pretty good. Enjoy
Great truck/car gun.It would be the only one I would'nt be upset about being stolen.I WOULD be upset if my 9mm carbine got stolen.I love that thing.dannys_salvage said:I love my hipoint carbine but i just cant handle carrying a brick of a pistol around but i am thinking about getting one for the truck after that video i seen a 9mm at the pawn shop today for $89.00 plus i get 10% of besides that lol
If you have a need for a truck gun or something you can have handy on you if your like out in the garage working under a car and don't care how scuffed up the thing gets, a C9 makes a good gun. I had one and the trigger was kinda rough but it was pretty accurate. If your good with a handgun you can go to your local range and piss off someone with a "Glawk" or Springfield in the lane next to youMilProGuy said:One of these days, if I can't come up with the money for that PT92 I've been drooling over...I might just spring for a C9.
I never read or hear anything detrimental about the Hi Points.
Yeah thats why I love his vids he's got a series on doing a parkerized finish on a Makarov I believe, he's actually a decent gunsmith and knows what he's talking about. Im going to laugh when hi point gives him a new gun for his warrenty and a free mag for his trouble. I think in the first video he didn't expect them to last as long as they did but these little ugly turds impressed the guy.gewepo said:One more comment... I think what made it so interesting and funny was the start where they said they couldn't get the trigger locks off so they sawed the trigger guards off...??? HOWEVER, I watch a couple of other videos by the smaller man that were nothing like the Hi Point video. Seems he's actually an Iraq vet, very verse in weapons.