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The UGLIEST handgun I have ever seen

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Kentucky, Feb 27, 2009.

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  1. Kentucky

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  2. wrc376

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    *shakes head*
     
  3. Baron

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    What IS that?? Hi-Point? Hi-Point's ugly redheaded step-cousin?

    Yeuhhkk.
     
  4. earlthegoat2

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    I think its as purrdy as anything that can shoot as good as it.
     
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    :eek:
    Or, in this case, Hi-Point's greenheaded step-cousin!! :neener:
     
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    Those pistols were the hit of the last gun show around here. There were tons of them and you wouldn't believe the people going crazy over them.
     
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    EVERYTHING about that gun is ugly
     
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    And I thought Ruger's polymer revolver was ugly.
     
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    It looks like it should fire laser beams; futuristic, and not in any sort of good way. :barf:
     
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    Oh god, that looks like a child's playtoy not a gun... what are they THINKING?
     
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    It even has some kind of half-length accessory rail, so it must be good :rolleyes:
     
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    i like it.kinda camo.

    i havnt got anything against a hi point,my dad and brother havnt had a big caliber handgun long ,and the .45 and 9 both go bang when you pull the trigger.
     
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    man i normally don't care what guns look like as long as they run, but in this case that is bad!
     
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    It's an improvement over a regular Hi?-point.
     
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    Looks better than this one....
    [​IMG]
     
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    If the picture had a 3/8 inch drill bit sticking out of the barrel, I would have sworn it was the newest cordless drill on sale at Home Depot!
     
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    It isn't any uglier then any other plastic gun, give me a break!
     
  20. RevolvingCylinder

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    It's a Hi-Point. I wouldn't care about its looks if it didn't perform how it looked. But it's a cheap pistol as that's what it was designed to be. Even the financially down deserve a means of defending themselves and their own. Hi-points may not shoot well but they feed, fire, and eject cartridges well enough to get by. What it comes down to is it's not meant to be a presentation pistol.
     
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    Can you imagine dropping that hideous thing in the lawn by accident ? I think I would rather end up finding an Easter egg instead of retrieveing that thing ?!?!
     
  22. Kentucky

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    I dont own a Hi-Point and the OP was not to dismiss it's potential effectiveness. As a matter of fact, this thing probably could be used defensively even without ammo. Just show it to an attacker and they will probably be repulsed :)

    Reliable or not, that is about the ugliest thing I have ever laid eyes on.

    Really? It's no worse than an Springfield XD? Wow.

    That is normally my feeling as well, thats why I own these ugly Glocks :) This thing though is just a world of ugly beyond.....
     
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    It really does have the cordless drill look to it. Is Hi-point stealing DeWalt's trade secrets?

    Ok fine, if it works then great. I may be a tack driver... but gawd it's just so ugly! And that crazy revolver looking thing is not one bit better.

    Glocks are a portrait of beauty compared to those two. :neener:
     
  24. juddtuna

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    May be ugly, but that's a fine shooting pistol. If you actually hold one you realize that they are heavy but well balanced.
     
  25. makarovnik

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    I own a Hi-Point and I must say that is over the top. The frame isn't too bad but that slide must be sanded and painted immediately.

    I heard this came from the factory that way, right?
     
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