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6 years 41 weeks ago, 3:37 PM

Anonymous

What happend?

.22 did this?

6 years 41 weeks ago, 3:43 PM

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Look at the magazine, and the slide, see where it says 45.

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6 years 41 weeks ago, 3:46 PM

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greg az

my mistake pal. i was judging from the spent .22 laying below.

6 years 41 weeks ago, 4:09 PM

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no prob snake

just dont "huff" the aluma hyde.. I didn't even see the 22 case till ya mentioned it!!

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6 years 41 weeks ago, 5:04 PM

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a .22.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
6 years 41 weeks ago, 5:27 PM

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LLE

I thought it was a .22 due to the .22 spent casing laying below.

6 years 41 weeks ago, 5:30 PM

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I saw that also, but,

the mag certainly looks like a larger caliber. My eyes are not good enought to tell the make of the gun. The large letter does not look familiar.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
6 years 41 weeks ago, 5:09 PM

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22 ?

Just for the record a 22 has the highest
chamber pressure of any small arm.

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6 years 41 weeks ago, 5:50 PM

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The only thing that I get for sure is that it is either a .40 or .45...

6 years 41 weeks ago, 5:57 PM

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Hi Point

And I think it's a .45 ACP (not sure - may be a .40 S&w).

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6 years 41 weeks ago, 6:08 PM

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What do you want for $168.00 (MSRP) a gun that will last forever?

6 years 41 weeks ago, 6:38 PM

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http://www.shootingtimes.com/handgun_reviews/SThipoint_100605A.jpg

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6 years 41 weeks ago, 6:41 PM

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For about $168

For about that price, if you look hard, you can find a used (maybe well used) S&W M&P .38 Special revolver, that just might last you forever.

If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. (Mark Twain).
6 years 41 weeks ago, 6:48 PM

Anonymous

another point here

there is no info as to how many rounds have been fired thru this gun.there is also no info concerning what ammo was fired thru it.handloads? +P+? who knows.but any of these things could be the biggest factor in slide failure.I have had Lorcin's,Davis,Jennings and Bryco's,all with cast slides and no failures.but i never shot hot handloads or +P+ loads in them.and i didnt put 1000 rounds thru them either.just checked function,tested sights and put them in the nitestand.

6 years 41 weeks ago, 11:57 PM

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look a lot like the early models of the P22, which were made of pot metal, as far as I have been told. [VERY hard to believe]. Walthers fixed the problem fast, whatever the slides were made of.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
6 years 24 weeks ago, 9:05 PM

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lmao

i had one of those, its not bad but its very rough.

I'm just another damn yankee with a loaded gun looking for some fun!
4 years 14 weeks ago, 8:19 PM

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Fake pic

This picture has been debunked and is totally faked. The gun was cut in half with a hacksaw and put back together.
BTW, I have a Hi-Point C9 and just used it in a 4 day defensive handgun course. It is very accurate, has minimal recoil (due to the weight of the slide), is reliable and has few malfunctions once you break in the stiff springs in the 10 round magazines. I put 700 rounds through it in 4 days and it just keeps humming along.

3 years 46 weeks ago, 9:48 AM

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No Info.!

Looks fake to me and no Info?! Let's get real guys!!!

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