Dean James Littlehaven: Main thing is "Those who don't know how to properly operate a firearm. Should not use or even touch a firearm." I don't know just saying. Anyway, as for me I think HI POINTS rock I have a Hi Point JCP 40cal. and it is bad to the bone.
Ricky Hogan: The HiPoint works for me, and I like the prices. thanks for the great video.
newatthis761: There is a difference between cheap and inexpensive.
goog le: pretty much all bad rap videos here on the tube regarding hipoints are perpetuated by people defending them. Just about every hipoint video starts out with with negative stuff and then the defense of them. I'd like to see videos that are just about hipoints and review them just like any other decent firearm and stop with the negative intros. I have one and it works just fine.
powermugu: Makes sense. Thank you :)
Linda Gallagher: If your grip is wrong the gun will jam (stove pipe ) you need to make your wrist stronger by doing a simple exercise. Other wise use a baseball bat. a sh e.
sysjls75: Hi-Point definitely has gotten its share of negative comments. These comments are generated by people who want to defend their purchase of a more expensive firearm and the typical gun shop owner who doesn't like to sell Hi-Points because their margins are so low. I have never had an issue with these guns. You do need to polish the feed ramp and check for chipping paint. The only real negative is the weight of the pistol. It would be a chore to carry these guns for PP. Cracks in slides and frames can happen with any pistol over time and one needs to inspect their firearms regularly. The grips are a little slick and that can be taken care of with a sleeve.
SouthernDemocrat: Carried a Hi Point JHP45 in the Navy on 3 deployments NEVER JAMMED i escorted Marine Enginers In Helmand Province Afghanistan twice and Korengal Valley Once
FuYing Bro: You haven't seen my other videos or you would know I have a pretty big collection of firearms. A 12ga isn't the perfect choice for everyone. Small house, one arm, storage... this list goes on. This is simply a review on a pistol that if taken care of is reliable. So get your head out of your snobby ass.
FuYing Bro: Awesome. We just started having an issue with my wife's c9. It was on its 1,700 or so round through it and was not jamming but not closing all the way. It was user error. Last time my wife cleaned it she didn't oil the rails at all. I noticed she didn't but it was all pinned up so if thought I was able to get some to seep in from the outside. I was wrong. Once we opened her up and oiled the rails she rail perfect again.
Wendell Roberts: Nice someone actually put out a positive attitude on the Hi Point. I purchased a 40 about a year ago and although havent had a lot of time to actually shot it a lot I really like it.
The only issue I have had is chambering the first round. After watching some videos here I polished the feed rail and wow did it make a difference. It feeds great now.
Alan Nunnally: I love mine I got it about two months ago shoots great I'm thinking about getting one for my daughter . Great choice if you don't have a lot of money to spend
GOLDIE: nothing wrong with this gun break it down clean it oil it up oil the mag as well push on your mag spring 20 to 50 times to loosen it up I don't really have my firearms for target practice more like home protecting that go's for my quality handguns as well. I'll bet you who's ever at the front of that barrel when it's time to defend yourself is in for a world of pain target shooting is from a distance protecting yourself is up close folks this pistol will do the job no problem
J. Dalton: You i was looking forward to proving you wrong on limpwristing..But after you said CLIPS.Its just worth to me..Because i relize that you need take A.G.I coarse like have to understand how dumb limpwristing sound..We never study that subject in my classes..What if someone came in my shop and i say that..Lol..You really have to that good for it work?.Let me work your mag springs..Youll will blow any other gun out the water.
FuYing Bro: Funny how I show in my limpwristing video how the same pistol one jam on me but will on someone else using the same ammo and same mag. Funny how a usmc weapons instructor showed how limpwristing is a thing even on a glock. Oh thats right we are are just newbd to guns and don't know anything. I wonder how many championships you have won. Funny.
J. Dalton: Man limpwristing is what people use when they really dont what going on.Easy to say..YOU WAS LIMPWRISTING IT!.No can you really amagine a world where if you didnt hold your gun rite it would jamm.Go on my page i bust the !!limpwrist!! B.S..And it not no gay crap about ramps or feedlips..Its the owner are mostly first timers and dont have the knoledge like you..To relize it mag springs are weak out the box..Thats it!!..nothing les..
CreativeConscious00: any competent gunsmith can increase reliability of any firearm even if just slightly, being based soley on the design
CreativeConscious00: ..."magazines"... not "clips" -_-
Campbell Motorsports Club: >clips
FuYing Bro: Agreed the roll pin is one major pain in the butt the deal with and with they would go with a different way. But over 3,000 rounds and not one jam I would have to say I would trust if if i needed to. Do I still have it yes. Do I use it in self defense, no. But if it was my only choice, yes. If you want perfection you are not going to stick with a sccy you are going to be looking into a $6,000 and up piece.
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