Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun Review

By Mike Searson
Review and field test of the Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun.

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun - Left Side Barrel View
Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun – Left Side Barrel View
Mike Searson
Mike Searson

USA –  -(Ammoland.com)- Making the rounds on the local gun circuit, we are often asked “What gun are you working on now?

Sometimes we are under NDA's and have to keep quiet, but when UPS or FedEx drops off a few things to test out that we can talk about, we let our fans know. So we told them “a Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun”.

“Why a Hi-Point?”

“That's what they sent me.”

Are you going to trash them?”

“Why would I do that? I'll shoot it and write an honest review like I always do.”

“Yeah but you always find something wrong with everything.”

“Right, but that's not trashing something. That's just being honest. The reason I do not work full time in the industry anymore is so I can be objective in my writing.”

“Are they gonna let you keep it?”

“Probably not. In all the years I've been doing this I got exactly 2 guns for free. Any review guns that I keep, I have to pay for.”

To be honest this was not the author's first brush with a Hi-Point pistol.

Stallard Arms Model JS
Stallard Arms Model JS

It was 20-some odd years ago and a new round was taking the shooting world by storm: The 40 S&W.

We read nothing but good things, it sounded like it was going to be the future, unfortunately we knew no one with a handgun in that caliber. A local shop had a used Stallard Arms (one of several names the company had before settling on Hi-Point) handgun in 40 S&W for $95. For less than $100, we gambled on it just to try the round.

After putting several hundred rounds through it we sold it off to upgrade to a Browning Hi-Power in 40 S&W.

A year or so went by and we mentioned it to another shooter who scoffed at the choice. We honestly had no problems with the pistol beyond its crude looks and were not all that surprised when this “competition shooter” admitted that he had never actually tried one, he had just heard about them somewhere.

So a few weeks ago, Hi-Point sent us their JHP 45 ACP pistol to test out and we approached the review with an equally open mind.

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun The good

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun - Right Side Slide Back
Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun – Right Side Slide Back

Despite its weight, the pistol did fit our hand well. At 25 feet we achieved admirable groups and put 400 rounds through the pistol courtesy of our good friends at Freedom Munitions who sent us a case of their test ammunition.

Prior to shooting, we broke down the pistol, cleaned it and lubed it. While shooting we experienced no malfunctions of any kind.

The key feature of this pistol is its low price point. We see this as the handgun for folks who need to defend their homes and families, but may not be able to run out and pick up a new SIG Legion or even a used Glock 19.

Many of us are fortunate and can buy what we want within reason of course, but think of those young families where a parent may be working multiple minimum wage jobs and $200 for a handgun and ammunition may be all they can afford for protection.

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun has is a small accessory rail and the pistol is rated to handle +P ammunition.

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun The Bad

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun - Right Side
Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun – Right Side

This is a blowback operated pistol, which means that the slide has to have some significant mass to keep the handgun from unlocking at the wrong time.

In other words its weight (despite the polymer frame) is significant and the slide mass makes it feel heavier than it is. She doesn't exactly have it in the looks department, either.

Yet, when you are designing a handgun for the masses and trying to keep the cost to a low level, you aren't going to have nice little nuances in machining or 30 dpi checkering, ivory grips or anything else for aesthetics.

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun The Reality

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun - Left Side
Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun – Left Side

While it would not be the author's first choice for a pistol, the Hi-Point is reliable, accurate and affordable.

For someone on a budget who needs a handgun for personal defense, it is about as basic as you can get.

This is not a competition handgun. There is no threaded barrel to attach a silencer. It is very heavy to carry concealed and we do not see any police agency or military unit clamoring for one.

But it pretends to be none of those things.

It is a simple, working and affordable firearm made by an American company for people who may not have the means to buy something that costs more than $200.

There is a lot to be said for that.

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun Specs:

  • Barrel length: 4.5″
  • Overall length: 7.75″
  • Weight: 35 oz.
  • Frame: High-impact polymer
  • Finish: Black powder coat with polished sides
  • Capacity: 9-shot magazine
  • Sights: 3-dots, fully-adjustable rear sight
  • MSRP: $199

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About Mike Searson

Mike Searson's career as a shooter began as a Marine Rifleman at age 17. He has worked in the firearms industry his entire adult life as a Gunsmith, Ballistician, Consultant, Salesman, Author and was first certified to teach firearms safety in 1989.

Mike has written over 2000 articles for a number of magazines, websites and newsletters including Blade, RECOIL, OFF-GRID, Tactical Officer, SWAT, Tactical World, Gun Digest, Examiner.com and the US Concealed Carry Association as well as AmmoLand Shooting Sports News.

FYI: Hi-Point also offers the Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun in Desert Camo:

Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun in Desert Camo
Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun in Desert Camo
  • 60 thoughts on “Hi Point JHP 45 ACP Handgun Review

    1. I like my Hi Point JHP45. Except everyone who test this gun fails to mention the correct weight of this firearm! Loaded with nine rounds of 220grain Sigs, this gun weighs in at 56 ounces! Ouch! This firearm is a monster! A loaded mag alone weighs just shy of one pound! 56 oz total! You got to be kidding me! No poly frame pistol should weigh this much ever! The factory needs to narrow this gun down, shave off some steel, get rid of the super long magazine, and re-design the frame! Pros: The weight adds to the control of the big .45 caliber. The HI Point JHP45 is accurate, and a fun gun to shoot! Funny? There are holster manufacturers making INSIDE THE PANT holsters for this model! Ever try sticking 3.5 pounds inside your belt? Maybe if you are a shoplifter! LOL

    2. I just purchased my third Hi Point pistol. I have a 380, 9mm and a 45. Just fired the 45 the first time yesterday. I think they are perfect. Dont have to spend boo koo money to enjoy target shooting

    3. I love my Hi Point 45 ACP JHP! It is fun to shoot! And, it is a great camp gun! The Bad: The gun is advertised at 35 ounces. Mmmmmm, actually it is 43.4 ounces(on my Postal Scales) with out magazine or ammunition in chamber! Still, less than $200 bucks! A great buy! Made in the good old USA!

    4. I love my 45 highpoint. If anything goes wrong with it at least I have a life time warranty on it. I can’t go wrong there.

      1. I own several hand guns, smith, sig, charter, kimber, ruger but hipoints are my favorite. I own 9c, 40 sw and 9mm carbine. I enjoy the blowback design and with the correct grip I am very good at 25 yrds with it. 45 jhp is my next hipoint then getting 10 mm carbine . Hipoint I enjoy and agree with many on really no issues. The warranty , reliability and cost. Hipoint will be in my collection forever. The new shooters, the weight of a hipoint will help big time in recoil it takes some of the math energy away from being difficult to keep on target. Buy, shoot and enjoy..

      1. The JHP is one of my favorite blue-collar guns. It’s accurate and gobbles ammo like a teenage boy at a buffet.

    5. I just purchased the jhp 45. I have only fired 9 rounds through it up to this point. All i can say about it is wow. The gun opperated flawlessly and was extremely accurate. The gun is a bit heavy but really helps on recoil. The gun fits my hand very good.

      1. Now if you want to really set your self up , get a carbine in 45acp and you will be set for any thing inside your house and on your property. The best part is, the magazines are interchangeable. You can get a package that includes a flash suppressor, two mags and brackets that fit the carbine to hold them. My carbine and handgun are so accurate I can make head shots at 20-30 yards with a red dot sight on the carbine and the handgun with iron sights. I have a flash light, laser and the red dot on my carbine, they are my house guns.

    6. I have the .45 pistol and carbine and I LOVE both of them. Got a package deal from my local shop for the carbine, scope, and 250 rds of ammo for 299. Throw that on top of the 130 I paid for the pistol and I got a good little defense combo for under 500$. I’ve fed about 500rds through both so far and not a complaint from either one. My wife is dead ass accurate from 50yards with the carbine. She refuses to fire the pistol though, she thinks it is too heavy. I can’t complain a bit though. The pistol is my truck gun and the carbine is my closet gun for things that go bump in the night. I love the shit out of both of them.

      1. Agree with you 100%, but I keep my carbine along side of the bed in a case. about the same accessibility as yours in the closet.

    7. I loved this gun and have had tons of fun shooting it. However, I just discovered the most disturbing and dangerous thing about the Hi-point 45: once a round is racked into the chamber, it seems impossible to remove except to fire the gun. I think it is related to the “blow back” design but it is still disturbing. Bottom line: don’t load it unless you have a place to fire the chambered round.

      1. Have you tried to remove the loaded mag and replace it with an empty one ? I do believe that if you remove the mag. while you have a load in the chamber you cannot rack the slide OR fire the gun. This requires you to have a mag in it to make it work. I look at this as a safety feature, in other words you have a chambered round and the mag is not in the gun. You can only fire it if and when you install a mag. You would slap the mag in and be ready to go. Try installing an empty mag and I’ll bet you can rack the slide to remove the chambered round. And with the empty mag the slide stays back.

    8. I have the Hi Point JHP .45 pistol. I am a Army Vet and designated sharp shooter. I have put well over 1200 rounds + of ammo thru it of all types; aluminum, steel and brass of all grains and I have NEVER had a jam or missfire. This gun will eat any amo you feed it. Not only is it reliable, but it is extremely accurate. I absolutely find my gun a pure joy to shoot. I use it for all types of shooting fun. I take it to my blind and pop deer in the head easily with it. I pack it on bear bow hunting trips for protection in my blind. I have read articles of guides using the HP 45 to give to his clients for protection. The spoiled little nay sayers about High Points are full of shit and I guarantee they have never shot one or held one in their hands. And all this stupid talk about being ugly… What the f***. I don’t think so and who cares? Hats off to Hi Point for making a great American product.

      1. 100% right on the money, I have a couple of them and have no problems with them. I have the 45 carbine, and it is one hell of a gun dead on accurate, takes the same mags as the hand gun, which is a plus. Let the elitists have their glocks, rimes with rocks, I don’t own one and don’t intend to, because I don’t believe that they are as great as they are advertised to be.

      2. THIS IS A GREAT HOME DEFENSE GUN . I also see a lot of comment’s about it’s looks. But I bet if someone came in your house this ” ugly gun ” would kill them just as fast as any high price gun out there , after all isn’t this what Home Defense is all about.

    9. I can’t find anyone really saying anything bad about these guns. (outside of the “clique-y crowd”) Ya, they’re big and heavy, so what?
      If you run out of bullets, you get a bonus try, throw it at the assailant! (no great monetary loss) If you make a head shot throw, you’ll knock em out!!!

    10. i bought one these a few years back still have it works all the time cant complain,,not nice looking pistol ..as long as it works thats the most important..have ran many rounds through it.easy too clean up.a friend of mine laughed about it when looked at .but when he shot it he was sold on it..i am sure if you stress test it flaws can be found any pistol has a limit..cant complain at ..my wife has one,, my daughter carries one ,,so both my sons so there it goes..they may not be the best handguns,,but they are not the worst..will leave it at that..

    11. Ray, i agree. I have 2 friends 1 being a conservation officer the other a deputy marshall & both carry a Hp 380 back-up weapon. They both say the Hp is like the AK47, never clean it, throw it in mud, sand, etc..& it has never failed.
      I open carry my Hp.45 with Winchester Black Talon ammo & my Hp 380 back-up weapon i shoot a special load hollow point that my friend developed.

      I’m not a fan of 9mm of any make or model. As a former Texas Ranger put it: “The 9mm was introduced to law enforcement because of the high magazine capacity which means the people shooting them are horrible shots !.”…That statement is very true, statistics show law enforcement actually miss their live target 66% of the time with the average of 12rds being fired at the live target !
      WOW!

    12. I had a Beretta Cougar 8045(.45) & a Glock 27(.40) both bought new. The Beretta was a total jamming POS ! Only could shoot specific brand ammo & no +P. Absolutely worthless !
      The Glock was far better, but did have a handful of jamming episodes & again no +P ammo allowed.

      Took both the Beretta & the Glock to my local private gun dealer looking to sell or trade. He showed me several trade options while completely passing over these rather ugly bulky guns. I said “what’s the scoop on these?” he replied “well these are actually my best selling line but didn’t think you’d be interested in them as a trade.”

      So he went on to tell me the pro’s & con’s about the HiPoint. Fully made in the USA & a no questions asked lifetime warranty. I asked ” How many have you sold & how many have come back ?”. He said ” Sold to many to count & NEVER had one returned for malfunctioning, just 2 returned for weight dislike”.

      Long story short, traded that junk Beretta off along with the Glock for a HiPoint .45, 380 & a .45 Carbine along with several boxes of +P ammo. Best gun trade i’ve ever made ! My HiPoints eat +P ammo like it’s their job(it is) & not one jam up on any of them. Very accurate, reliable & durable. In the past year i’ve shot over 1200rds of ammo through these HiPoints ranging from cheap Wal-Mart, high-end, +P & self loaded ammo that was extremely hot & had have 0 issue’s with my HiPoints.

      Some people need a high dollar firearm to fit in with their buddies or are just plan ignorant. Other’s think a higher end firearms are more reliable or because some part time sporting good store clerk said so. My philosophy is this: the weapon is only as good as the trigger puller & the bad guy isn’t going to be any less dead by being shot with a HiPoint .

      1. I am not a Glock fan to say the least. I am sick of everything being Glock, Glock, Glock, I refuse to own one. Tired of seeing all of the after market items for them, can’t find hardly anything for my XDS, or Ruger, or Smith, but damned Glock parts every where. Of coarse the afore mentioned don’t really need anything to make it work better, oh well. You will never regret buying the HP.

    13. In all of the remarks I’ve made on H-P pistols I have never said what made me buy one. I was told by my local police chief that he and some other officers were at Fort Dix Range one day and down from them was a guy just banging away & away & away with something. Well the range officer called a cease fire, because he wanted to see what this guy was banging away with. Turns out that the guy was a Navy Seal and he was doing his rapid fire drill (or what ever) with an HP .45, when they asked him what the hell he was shooting he showed them the HP and told them that he has been shooting this thing trying to kill it and just couldn’t. He said that he had never had a misfire or any problems with it. I am inclined to believe this story because the Chief is a friend of mine and not prone to BS, and even if the shooter wasn’t a Seal as he claimed, the gun was for real and they all witnessed it. Hence I bought my first HP .45, and I have no regrets.

    14. Amazing firearms
      C9
      45 owner
      I love the weight, they are intimidating. One carrying one doesn’t even have to speak when they are carrying one. The owner should be confident when the time come concerning their HP.

    15. I have been in love with my JHP.45 ACP it has been stolen recently and I’ve been in shambles . its been reported to local law enforcement and ATF is my pistol covered by anything in warranty ?

      1. Can’t say, call the company. I wouldn’t warranty a gun against theft but I don’t speak for HP.

    16. Most if not all autos require a breaking period, not to say that most won’t work perfectly right out of the box, I am told and I think the HP’s is around 500 rnds. Don’t clean it just shoot the hell out of it and loosen it up and she will preform perfectly. Like my old 1911, it eats anything I feed it and never screws up. I have no idea how many rnds. it has been fed but it’s been a lot for sure.

    17. My son owns a HP .40 and a 9mm. I have never shot a HP until last weekend. The 9mm worked as advertised. At 150 to 175 feet i was able to hit the targets most of the time that were already in place where we were shooting. The .40 was ok. It did not fully eject one round and the slide stuck back and had to be pushed forward a number of times. It was accurate. I shot about 150 rounds through each weapon during this time. I own a XD45, a XD9mm and a S&W .357 magnum. Very happy with them.

    18. I own a HiPoint .45 ACP pistol. It gobbles any kind of ammo (hollowpoints and reloads included) and is accurate. Add in the lifetime warranty for a blue-collar price, and it’s agreat deal.

      1. Try GunBroker.com There is also another one that sponsors one of the shooting programs, and interviews gun and gun product manufacturers. But I can’t remember what the name is. Try Albertsonsworld of guns.com , not sure that’s right but the computer might help you out.

    19. I have the 45,40, and 2-9mm carbines! There handguns are not allowed in “The Peoples Republic Of Communist Taxachussetts!” There all dead nuts @ 50yds. and they really don’t look that bad since they went to a skeletonized stock. There dependable and shoot whatever you feed them. They are 100% made in America and absolutely affordable. They just came out with a 380.acp carbine! Also they make a pissa club if you run out of ammo, or if you just need to TCB. The warranty is fabulous from what I hear. I’ve never had an issue!

      1. Did you see the article about the woman whos car caught fire and she got out, forgetting about her HP .380 until it was to late. It showed a picture of the gun, it weren’t much more than a blob. Anyway she called HP and they told her to send it in and a short while later she received a brand new gun from them, now that my friend is a warranty.

    20. I have the JHP .45 acp and love it. The weight reduces recoil and it’s a real pleasure to shoot. Also have the C9 and love to shoot it as well. Neither is ugly to me. Guess that’s in the eye of the beholder. The bullets go where I want them to go, and to me that’s beautiful. I’ve got nothing against the more expensive handguns out there. I just don’t see any advantage in spending more money to put bullets in the same places I can with my HiPoints. Maybe expert marksmen can do better with the more expensive ones, but I can’t really tell the difference in my own shooting. I haven’t tried the carbines, but I’m primarily a hunter, not a target shooter when it comes to rifles. Not much I would hunt with a .45 acp–too small for big game and too big for small game. So, I’ll probably stick to the handguns for target shooting. Now, if HiPoint came out with a .223 Remington in a carbine, I’d be first in line to get one. A .308 would be even better.

    21. Have owned and fired many Hipoint arms both pistols and carbine. They are as ugly as an old boot and just as dependable and comfortable. My 40 and 45 pistol shoot as good and mostly better then my high cost sidearms of same caliber. Round on target matters price and looks dont.
      As someone once said chrome don’t make it go, Hipoints GO.

      1. If it don’t go chrome it, that’s what we used to say about cars. Hi Point goes on & on & on, it sure don’t need chroming.

    22. I have the 45 and it does what you ask it to. Love the life time warranty and made it USA. Would like to see you test the 45 carbine. That will be my next gun.

        1. I have one so I will be interested in your take on it. It like the handgun is heavy, but I added a light and a laser to mine and I got the extra package with the two mags. Love it and I know that I can depend on it.

          1. I have the Carbine and it is a fun fun to shoot. Very little to no recoil. I stripped it down and painted mine flat beige and at the range everyone asks “What is it?” I added a scope and short stand and plink away. Lots of fun.

    23. Utilitarian is what comes to mind when I Play with my C9 on empty beer cans and 2liter mountain dew bottles . Are you trying to be fashionable when some tweaker kicks your door in and wants to rape you and your family ? You just want to squeeze a few out and find a reason to put a new concrete deck on your back porch right ? I never understood gun snobbery even a cheap Cheap in all ways Jimenez is better than no weapon in a nightmare scenario . Personally I like the design and I have butchers hands so chunky is good. What a Mans Gun should feel like really . I mean 1911 is the cats meow and what ? 7 rounds and ity bity pieces that like to get lost upon a field strip but everyone gets wood on those . Do you think the crackhead sub primate cares if you payed 200 or 800 for the instrument of its demise it’s not the movies where tactical black and Liam Nieson saves the day . It’s gritty ugly and real . Utilitarian is the essence of being a boy scout. And really Tom Deeb was a great American cause honestly when and I say When the come for the Guns do you think they will be able too get every C9 or carbine out of our hands I mean the factories will hopefully keep pumping those bad boys out cause we all may need to be Spartacus soon Not really that hard to duplicate with proper tools . Last but not least think ot that chubby homely girl that you came home with once or twice that could suck a golf ball out of a straw or maybe you got a super model that just laid there with no skills but looked hot . Personally I like the chubby chick thats fun to hang out with and is a French whore in the bedroom which is what I married and I’m happy .

    24. I have the 45,40,and 380 h.p. pistols and the 9mm carbine. My wife has the 9mm pistol. These guns aren’t perfect, but they’re reliable and the price is tough to beat.

    25. My son and I ordered a Hi-Point .45 for him and a .380 for my wife. He loves his .45 and when people put it down all he can say is “how much did you pay for yours” I got mine for $139.00 and it shoots rounds just like yours does and your author forgot to mention the Hi-Point warranty Life time send it in and we’ll fix it at no charge. Oh, by the way my wife loves her .380. I know that the magazines for the .380 and the 9mm are the same and 9mm rounds from my other son’s Tarus 9mm fit in the .380. I have read where people have fired 9mm rounds from the .380. I saw the video where the guys tried to destroy a Hi-Point 9mm and the only way they finally did it was to turn it into a bomb and blow it up. So I don’t see 9mm rounds hurting the 380 if it is half as tough as the 9mm. Like I say I haven’t tried it yet but I will and let you know.

      1. Hank buddy I hear you on that I’m a maniac too and love experimenting . I’m sure you know safety first but just a word of caution please don’t use your hindsight away . Tie a string to the trigger and stand back with protection Please bro just to be safe and once your confident you won’t lose any fingers go nuts and post it on YouTube . Honest to God I tried with a Makarov round almost identical to 380 and succeeded in blowing a c9 up on the first try No LIe ! I of course tortured the hell out if it pretty good with some home made reloads that had some extra BOOM in it but that mother straight exploded my only regret is I was to impulsive to film it cause I know it sounds like a fish tail . Just be safe that’s all . But really after the nuclear holocaust it will just be Rats an cockroaches battling it out with high points cause you really have to Try to break one

        1. Okay I’ll tell you what I finally did. I went on ebay and got me a $30.00 9mm barrel for the High Point. The .380 and the 9mm are chambered different .380=17mm, 9mm=19mm so the .380 will fire in the 9mm but the 9mm will not fit in the .380. Anyway everything looked the same so I figured what the hell I’ll get the 9mm barrel and see if it fits in the .380 frame and it does. So I put the 9mm in the .380 frame put the slide back on, ran snap caps through it a couple of dozen times and everything worked. I have even taken it to the range and fired oh I guess about fifty rounds through it and it worked fine no problems. So now I have a .380 and a 9mm it just takes time to swap out the barrels. Like you I really just wanted to see if it would work.

      2. those guys in TN finally drove a bolt down the barrel and fired the gun to blow it up!!!
        Even then it just made a lump on the barrel, it didn’t blow up!!!

        1. Yes and you could fill the cylinders of your pickup truck with black powder and blow it up. Question is WHY ?

    26. I have the .45 .40 and 9mm, they are just sit around pieces. I never carry them only to the range, and I will say the .45 and .40 work better than the 9mm, but they all work! The Brick that goes BANG, does go BANG!

      1. I have the 45 JHP and it’s pretty easy to tear apart. Yes you have to do it with tools. So it does lack newer methods for taking it apart like a glock. It does have one pin that you have to knock out of it. After that a screwdriver. I don’t have any complaints though.

      2. It is not the easiest hand gun to take down and clean, but it isn’t terrible either.
        Follow directions of a guy on you tube and you won’t have any problems.
        I personally love my 45 handgun and 45 carbine. They share the same mags and are fun to shoot.
        I can draw a face on a target with my carbine with a red dot scope I mounted on it.
        I had a problem with the hand gun that was TOTALLY MY FAULT, and Hi Point FIXED IT FOR FREE!!!!!!
        Except for the price of 45acp ammo, not their fault, it is perfect!!!!!

    27. I have the c9 and the 45 no issues at all I don’t know why people are so into looks on a gun its a tool if it works who cares what it looks like yah its a big heavy gun but its a blast to shoot

    28. I own the .45 hand gun and the .45 carbine, and the .380 hand gun. They are great house guns for sure. The carbine is dead on at 50yrds with a red dot sight and the hand gun in .45 is a down the hallway across the room gun. The .45 is heavy but that, to me means the little woman can handle it with less felt recoil. The .380 the same, I believe them to be some of the safest guns on the market and they have a place in my collection. OBTW, the carbine and the handgun use the same mags, and that means lots of fire power.

    29. Hi-Points are not pretty–that is good for a real user gun. No sweat for me to toss mine in a tackle box or under the truck seat–it is a tool to me and it works and works well. Besides the 9mm bullets from my $200 gun come out of the barrel at the same speed (and accuracy) as the 9mms from a $1,000 Kimber, only more reliably. I can buy five Hi-points for the price of one Kimber and the Hi-Point does not use investment cast internal parts either. Ugly but very efficient gun.

    30. I have the .40 in a high-point. It don’t like the steel case ammo. It loves the aluminum ammo. It shoots pretty well most of the time. Its a fun gun. My wheel gun is a lot more reliable. But for the price its not a bad toy.

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