Juggernaut MediaLlc: Hi-Point 40 Caliber evaluation.
greenspiraldragon: The barrel is removable with a punch pin it is not actually part of the
joey p: For $150 you can't go wrong!!!
TEAMMVT: freak mom n pop. paid 100 buck to much
Thomas Payton: just remember that with the police these days if you have to use it for
home defense and its a nice kimber the police will 'Confiscate' it and
you wont get it back because it will wind up in their private collection.
stix4Him: Every HP I have had in the past has been 100% reliable and accurate. Heavy?
You betcha! Ugly? Ummm you could say that. Junk? In my experience... Nope.
Picking up a HP 4095TS next week. Made 100% in America with no foreign made
components!?!? Me Likey!
daniel rice: it likes brass 124g i use remmington
Lawrence Glazer: I have the 45 and it is great at the range! I have small hands and it
works well for me. Hardly any recoil. No jamming.
SNAKEDOCTOR99GT: learn how to grip a gun before you make another video
Bob R: I don't feel " its an ugly gun " is a deal breaker, if this gun is for
personal protection I have never heard of a bad guy not being deterred
because the gun was ugly.
TheGbeecher: It uses a polymer frame (Zytel maybe?), but so do 80% of all modern
handguns. 'Cheap' Tula ammo killed a lot of Germans and Nazis in WWI and
WWII. I've shot plenty of Tula, Wolf, Novisibirsk and Bear ammo from Russia
in my C9 and Mosin rifle and not had a single problem. My eldest son has
the JCP40 and neither of us have any issue with the grip - get a grip!
Yeah, 'it'll do', and for someone who can't afford another $100-200
dollars, it may save one or more lives..
D W: hi you are holding your thumb too low, bring it up and hold it straight not
angled down over the clip release.
web440she: I've had Tula cause feed problems in my P-95. I think it's overall length
is just a little longer than others. Never had an issue with it otherwise.
Thomas Payton: this is a fine inexpensive weapon for home defense.
daniel rice: Hi-points do not like crappy ammo and brass 124g
Lawrence Glazer: I bought and switched to great beautiful grips from eBay.
carchaos: I have one hydro dipped on camo and rebel flags never had it kam or nothing
jlh505050: I've got a Hi-Point .40 and my wife has the Hi-Point .380. We've shot about
1000 rounds through each pistol. They both operate as well as our Rugers
and Tauruses. The cost of BOTH of our Hi-Points was less than ONE of the
others. We wish we'd bought the Hi-Points first. And, for any Hi-Point
haters out there, you're welcome to stand in front of my wife and I as we
empty our Hi-Point pistol magazines. Just sign a release of liability
Kevin McMahon: I was never impressed with any of their pistols.
deweyvonslayer: a friend of mine once said guns are like girls, especially in reference to
hi point. the sexy ones are picky, high maintenance, and arent always in
the mood. the not so sexy ones are surprisingly the opposite, and usually
very good at it.........if I offended anyone, i apologize. i understood
exactly what he meant.
Mule TeamSixtySix: good vid please keep them coming...love the numas
Troy Belnavis: It's not a ugly gun I like big guns
king kefius: i just bought a hi-point 45 jhp, took it to the range yesterday the gun is
great had no issues with very accurate, your shoots were off, i dont know
for certain it may have been a combination of your ammo and the distance of
your target, as far as ammo i used winchester and federal 45 auto dont use
that cheap crap, oerall the hi-point is a good gun for the price, i like
eosphorus904: any ftf yet? i hear this alot from hi point was planning on getting a
couple for Christmas in .40 or .45
Nicholas Florindi: Ok, here's some feedback. For one you start the entire video by saying you
want to really test the gun and dispel if some of the "haters" are just
about form over function. Then you go on for five minutes about the
looks... Next, the thumb switch. I have one sitting in my lap. It's
extremely easy to reach, and I see you move it very quickly... more BS. And
then I see you complain about the slide not being able to stay back. With a
mag in, the slide won't go forward empty. crap video.
Juggernaut MediaLlc: How about a little more feedback rather than just being a hater. Tell us
what you dont like about it to see if we can use it to be better.
Juggernaut MediaLlc: Hey it went bang everytime we pulled the trigger...with decent ammo in it.
I dont shoot it often, but its in the safe!
alleycat864: I own one of these and I love it. It's a dinosaur but it serves its
purpose. People hate on it but compared to having no gun at all in your
house, I'd rather have something so why not go with a gun that's
inexpensive and will stop a home intruder.
dandanfuckingdan: Hoppe's 9 lubricating oil works wonders ! You will love it !
cramsa: You're better of with a CZ83, or some other service type piece.. much
better made and will last longer because the frame and slide are proper
firearm grade metals.
Juggernaut MediaLlc: Sorry I just saw this post...the target was approx. 25 feet down
range...which is pushing it a lot compared to where most cqb situations
occur...it is a huge hunk of a gun...like you I dont think any small hands
could handle this, but that is true with most Glocks due to double stack
Bowtech2: Also leave your mags loaded for a few weeks and the not wanting to load the
1st round will go away.
Gary Fikes: When I first got hi point in a trade I took it to the gun range and shot
100 rounds myself with no mishaps what so ever. It shot all over like yours
though, I will go back and try harder to sight it in next time.
theDiPietroCODE: it is what it is right! I personally wouldn't buy one of these things. It
will either work or not like anything mechanical. If someone really wanted
a "cheap" pistol for protection or range fun, hey go for it and I support
you. I say just save 100 bucks or so more and buy one of many sweet
firearms in the low 300 to 400? price range! unless your really pushing
your budget at 200 bucks then get it, if you can save 1 or 200 more, don't
get it, isn't worth it, not hating at all, many better options
F35ize: i have one that is just as accurate as a glock .40 cal, 25 m is a long
shot, 2/t3 on the target is decent, you have 10 rounds to fire with.
MasterAceman123456: Buds Gunshop, for $240ish, .40 or .45 with a laser included :)
MasterAceman123456: Learn to shoot rightie, no problems with the release then.
JY42000: Love my hi point 45.
Eagleguts: $ 240 ? try $149-$169
high5en: 240 dollars? You seriously got screwed. It is a 140 dollar gun. . .
cowkillyums: I have a Hi point 40 cal and I havent had any problems out of mine.The tula
ammo is junk my sks wont even function with it.
cramsa: I have seen tula work on many guns...
VonSpyder: Ive never had a problem with the tula...did you clean the mag before using
it? You need to make sure you hit the interior of the mag with some oil.
Joe Hernandez: I own two Hi Point .40 and in my own experience the problem is not the
pistol and rather it is the magazine. I use Federal ammo because I had bad
experiences with Tula ammo. BTW, you have a subscriber.
Rustee50: I really like what you said about supporting American business. Hey,
$240.00. You can always get more money, but respect, kindness, you cannot
buy. Great video.
Kevin McMahon: I used to have a Hi Point Sub 9mm Carbine, it was fun to shoot but jammed
on me every once in a while perhaps because of the cheap ammo.
Michael Blocker: For the slick grip issue...... Buy a bicyle innertube for 2 bucks, cut a
section out of the tube and slide it over the grip. Problem solved!
Juggernaut MediaLlc: Would not say I am super impressed, but it was not a wasted $240
redneck2665: Put your left thumb over your right and grip your knuckle
notBruceWayne: The slide won't go forward with an empty mag in?! Oh my God!
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