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Beemiller Inc of Ohio?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by RussB, Jan 3, 2003.

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  1. RussB

    RussB Member

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    What guns do they produce? while searching through the ATF website, I saw that they produced 49,670 pistols in 2000. That's slightly more than Kimber produced the same year (49,075)

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  2. Backwoods

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    Can you say "Hi-Point"? I live 15 miles from Mansfield, I really wish there was someone making something akin to Kimbers there.

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    Ahhhhh, the much maligned, yet justifiably so, Hi-Point!!!!
    Does one feel the ghost of TropicalZ anywhere????? :D
     
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    Well, they sure do sell a lot of guns, good or bad...
     
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    TropicalZ should be chiming in soon on his love for the ugliest semi ever made.:uhoh:
     
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    In all honesty, I've only seen two of them at the range, a 380 and a 9mm. Both of them worked without problems as long as I was there, don't know what ammo types they were shooting though. They are "somewhat" crude and IMO fugly guns If I were still in the Nat. Guard and thought I was getting deployed to a sandy region, I might acquire one on the theory that I could stand to abandon/lose such a thing far less painfully than my P35 or WW2 era 1911A!. BTW I don't consider any of these comments as any type of recomendation, just casual ramblings on my part.

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