Dustin Roe: you should also oil the feed ramp right out of the box. I actually oiled mine all the way through right when I brought it home
SQUARE STARWESTUSA: I've had my hi point for 4 years,,,,, STILL WORKS FLAWLESSLY !
Kurt mcKelvey: never had problems with my 40 cal!!!!
Moefugger Beer: My hand fits it just right. Thumb does not hit the mag release. Can press the safety up and down easily with my thumb. Good for home defense.
hector martinez: the first rounds i put on my jcp 40' was tula and didnt have any problems at all im going to try some monarch tmj hope I dont have any problems
Antonio Valderrama: can i use a stanley pin press set to break it down
Jerry Jocoy: When you clear a semi auto you should remove the magazine, that is not good to show its clear when the magazine is still in the gun, also its better to put a 2 or more rounds less than maxing it out, the military teaches it so it is more reliable and if you keep your mags pre loaded it will have less tension on the spring,, ,,
Ballistics Information: Any idea what the max col that will fit in the mag is? im thinking of converting one of there 40 cal carbines to 357 sig and would like to seat the bullets a lot farther out then factory.
Todd T: I don't believe in or even own a pistol that is over 600. $400-600 range is normal. Buy what you want to if you can afford it.
veshawn owens: you cant put that lock on with yo thumb? need to start lifting homie. lmbo
daijah maxwell: I love my Hi-Point 40 and 45 handgun I would love to buy some more in the future
KYPREPPER1971: Bud, it's your " New School" shooting technique. Try holding it "OLD School" like circa 1985 technique no thumb over thumb style. I have never adapted to that style of shooting. I use old school Weaver Stance, and have no problem with this gun. Seriously try it out, you may be surprised.
6ROVE 5IDE: I got the 40 fresh out box, but how come I can't get the safety to go over the red part ?? When I slide it up it just goes up a little bit for me to see the "S" ...What am I doing wrong?
Paul Monteith: Just put another 200 rounds through mine this morning. Not a problem at all. First time I took it out it failed to eject twice. Maybe cleaning it after the first time helped? My new Ruger failed to eject 3 times this morning. Hi Point just kept shooting. I bought carbon fiber grips from Hi Point, and they are better than the stock ones. The grips and 2 mags plus a holster from them ran me about $60 with shipping I think. Great deal! Couldn't like my Hi Point more. It is heavy compared to my other guns, but it brings me back on target quicker, especially with a 40 S&W load!
captainfresh1976: love my 45 acp kick ass and i would tell people to get the laser for it just makes it looks even better 2500 rds no jamm out the box and i put the ghost site on mine
Jeremy Smith: they are ugly but they get the job done, i have put over 3000 rounds through mine with no issues, i dont cc it because its too big and heavy lol. i just keep it in my truck and if it gets stolen i wont cry
Warren-out: great value great gun very accurate, haters hate things that are affordable and can work just as well, and in dime cases better.... I am a big guy, have NO PROBLEMS AT ALL. but, I'm left handed, so it does seem like it's a south paw piece.... the mag is wonkie.. and it does hate cheap ammo. but works just as well as my RUGER. Good vid. GRIP WORKS FINE FOR SOUTH PAWS.
Wymon Watson: who taught this guy to hold a handgun???
Wayne Mcmichael: I love my High Point 40 handgun very much i have. it for one full year. have. no problems. with. it
ScrapMetalBomb: Some people are prone to propaganda other are not. These are the same people who use brands and other people to make decisions on the products they buy and don't even realize it. These are the same people who don't ever modify or build weapons and criticize anyone who does. Not a great review, seeming more concerned with "the haters" and what they think than an objective review. ...an Ugly pig of a gun? I don't see that and I spend A LOT of money on my weapons. "i don't want to say I'm impressed" ..why not? Pressure from the hoards of idiots who can't understand how hard it is for a company to break into the firearms industry WITHOUT practically giving their products away for a few years. I like a heavy pistol, more mass means a more stable shot unless you are olive oil. Tula is crap pistol ammo. 40 S&W is cheap in good brass, c'mon.
Hi-Point 40 Caliber Review and Evaluation5
out of 5