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How to CCW with Hi-Point

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by History Prof, Sep 24, 2006.

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  1. History Prof

    History Prof Member

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    Disguise it and carry it in plain sight!
    HPDRILL.gif

    :D :D :D
     
  2. vesmcd

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    Oh, now you went an' done it!!Get ready for the onslaute of indignant Hi-Point fans.
     
  3. Harry Paget Flashman

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    It would be better disguised as a hot glue gun.
     
  4. Brass Fetcher

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    Put a cord on it - instant Nintendo gun.
     
  5. Templar223

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    Put a rope on the gun and it becomes a boat anchor.

    John
     
  6. Mornard

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    oh my! funny as hell and laughing my aass offf:D
     
  7. MCgunner

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    I was going to respond that your title should be "Why to CCW with a Hi-Point" until I opened the thread and spilled my coffee. :D
     
  8. Javelin Man

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    Now that's funny! It would take a larger chuck than that to make my Hi-Point .45 look like an 18 volt cordless drill, though.

    DeWalt, move over! I drillin' a .45 caliber hole through that board!
     
  9. Mooseman

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    I love my Hi-Point 45 but it's too big to pass for a drill, I say paint it blue and call it a caulk gun.:D
     
  10. EdLaver

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    Now that was seriously funny:D Had to be the laugh of the night for me...HAHAHAHAHA! Wheeew!
     
  11. History Prof

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    Glad y'all thought it was funny. I gotta give credit where it is due. The lousy photoshop is mine, but the idea came from post #27 in this thread, made by someone whose user name is dleong.

    :D :D :D

    Edit for spelling errors
     
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  12. Green Lantern

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    Well, I was thinking -

    "Okay. I thought Hi-Points were pretty well 'Saturday Night Specials' in the worst use of the term. But well, maybe not? Maybe it just has a bad rap? Maybe I should click on this thread and educate myself!"

    Okay, not the learning experience I was expecting, but after a rough day I'll take a good laugh instead! :D
     
  13. weregunner

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    Is this a case of not feeding the drolls?:scrutiny: Humor that is.:uhoh: :banghead: :neener: Is any of this getting across to ya boy? I say, I say,yuck it up boy. Lifes to short to take this seriously. Leghorn fog:D gy exits stage left. If I'm depressed does that mean I have a Lowpoint pistol?
     
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