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Hi Point making flush magazines now!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by MotorCraft, Jul 24, 2014.

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  1. MotorCraft

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  2. MICHAEL T

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    Who would carry a Hi Point . Mag not going to help fact weights a ton . I have nothing against Hi Point as a cheap house gun . But carry.
     
  3. Deaf Smith

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    Hi-point needs to start using GLOCK mags and get rid of those cheesy 10 shooter mags.

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  4. 4banger

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    They came on the market during the 1994-2004 ban on magazine size. They built their whole platforms on them, so my 995 can only have ten rounds. It would be quite an undertaking to retool everything. They fill a market niche, and don't pretend to be Sig, Kimber, S&W level stuff in the least. They're simple, kind of blocky and ugly, but they work, and the warranty is amazing.
     
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    29 to 35oz is a ton? :what:
     
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    The ten shot mag fits my carbine too. I've even put my after market 15 shot mag in the pistol. It' s cool but I'll stick to ten or more.
     
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