Aquaticturtlefanatic “Aquaticturtlefanatic”: I could take a dump that would shoot better than that POS
Tashara Perry: just got one last week. after one hundred rounds, it's a damn good pistol for the $143 I paid. nice video guy
Tom Ivanaj: pure crap; 150 dollars worth
South Side Familly: i have one and do not have any problems
mark warnberg: Watching your video again I see on the False Stop moment that the fireing pin is sticking out! It seems too me unsafe too have it so while chambering a round as the fireing pin can hang up the round being chambered or at the worst strike the round after releasing the slide and the gun fires Before you intend it too.
matt filla: wouldn't keeping it roostered freak up the hammer spring?
cajunski1: Pretty well made LOL ho ha ha what a joke
masterkey1950: I have the 22LR version of this pistol. For sure it doesn’t do well with hollow points. First time shooting it jammed a lot. Fit and finish problems. Removed all the burs, polished the moving parts, made adjustments to the magazine fit and lubricated the pistol. I works much better now. New, out of the box it’s not ready for uses.
luvfreedom: God what a piece of crap.
Buzz Word: Nothing wrong with these guns as long as you keep certain caveats in mind: these guns are intended for machinists and woodworkers as test material for their bandsaws and such. If you have a faulty saw blade, these little wonders will set you straight. If you own a table with one leg shorter than the rest, stick a Jimenez underneath and your wobbly table problems are solved. That said, all in all, the Jimenez is a fine gun.
craig horton: I'm confused, he showed how to load one in the chamber, why can't you do that, drop the magazine, load it and put it back in the gun? They you would be carrying one in the chamber, locked and loaded, wouldn't you? Gun still won't fire until safety switched off.
brandon leonberger: Empty chamber isn't recommended . More feeding problems with the first round than any other. If you're struggling with a bad guy you won't have 2 hands. Chamber a round or leave your empty gun home.
mark warnberg: Would like too Point out too the 1-in the chamber fast draw MacGraw guys....if you don´t have time to chamber a round then it´s better to leave your piece in your pocket and fork over the goods as the other guy has already got the drop on you! going for your side-kick is only going to get you shot...if not by him then by yourself from trying too pull it in a stress situation.
Krupp88 Metal: By FMJ they mean ball or round nosed. Those flat ones are a problem in expensive guns. With hollow points try the hornady critical def. Or xtp or gold dot.
mark warnberg: I wonder if the False Stop on the slide is not meant as a Child Safety? Old School, "never carry a round in the chamber on any gun", if a person cain´t draw - rack & fire then they should not be messing around with guns.
Keith Gee: Dude can't even say accurate correctly. Goes to show you have to be retarded to buy such a "gun"...
Benjamin Trembly: At one point I owned the black version. My issues - If the mags had more then 3 rounds in them they would not feed. I purchased 4 additional mags from the manufacturer and they all had the same issue. Because the gun is so small you have to be very careful how hight you grip the gun. The slide will bit the user on a regular basis if your not careful.
John Mosey: Doesn't look cheap.
1943Grandpa: I paid for a Hi Point C 9 for my daughter. She wanted a home defense 9mm to go with her concealed carry 380. That $150 Hi Point runs as flawlessly as her Ruger. I trust the Hi Point. My daughter will run 20-30 shells through it about once a month, alternating with her LCP and 22 auto and revolvers. My wife is getting a little 8 shot Ruger LCR and a carry permit for Christmas. Grandma is old. I would get her a 32, but ammo is harder to find. 8 Aguilla 1,750 fps 40 grains should be a deterrent, even if it will ony be about 1,000 fps out of that little barrel. I thought about getting grandma a 22 magnum, but 22 mag costs almost as much as 9mm, and I want her to practice for shot placement, which is most important. I believe in gun control! If the old woman is ever attacked, head shots are best! She will get 4 double taps out of the little Ruger. Grandma will practice double taps at 3-5 yards.