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My Hipoint in action

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by John4me05, Jan 28, 2008.

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  1. John4me05

    John4me05 Member

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    Did this vid for a friend and figured i would throw it out here... Gun worked great all day...

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    I mean no offense with this reply and hope it doesn't come across that way. I couldn't help but snicker a little bit when I watched your video. It reminded me of the show on CMT (Country Fried Home Videos) that always has this big guy named Steve McGranahan come out and do something spectacular but unusual. He does things like juggle bowling balls or bend wrenches in half with his bare hands. He's a man of few words, large feats and pretty funny. I think he calls himself the worlds strongest redneck. Wonder if anyone else was reminded of this? ;)
     
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    I'm not sure I wouldn't be more worried about the owner than the gun. Big guy, looks like he could drop a hurt'n on ya.:D
     
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    It was a balmy 40*s here today so i had to go sleevless.. I hate sleeves...

    This is what i was referring to on the VCDL open carry thread in the activism section.. I am much bigger than most people...
    :D:D:D:D:D
     
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    You know i have never heard anything bad about Hipoint Guns from anyone who actually owns them ! Kevin
     
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    Well most of the people who own them enjoy them. I know I do. People assume that just because it doesn't cost a fortune that it's junk. Some say they are ugly, but I like the way mine looks. I have seen where they have had minor problems, but no more than glock or S&W.
     
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    I really like mine...
    Now a question for the owners of HPs.... I tore it down and cleaned it and polished the feed ramp... When i was shooting it yesterday every now and then it felt like the slide was a little slower going forward and i could feel the weight going forward more... It could be i was paying more attention to feel on those shots but it was a little different...
    Has anyone ever experienced this and if so do you know the cause... Gun worked and cycled perfectly fine but the different feel piqued my curiosity
     
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