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got a hi point .40, thing is heavy but I ask you this: when you get shot, will you know if it's a 120 dollar gun or a 700 dollar model? The hi point .40 is a fine weapon but the clip is a bit janky and will jam up if you shoot holding it tight.
 

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All that matters is that you can reliably and swiftly get head hits at 10 ft, or chest hits at 10 yds. Longer ranges, under stress, you will miss a lot, anyway, regardless of what handgun or caliber you are using. Especially if you lack ear and eye protection and cover.
 

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I have taken a lot of grief for my choice in 45 ACP's but I have to say it works great and I'm extremely accurate with it out to 40 yards. It's a Hi-Point... Would I rather have a Kimber, you bet but with this I can still afford to eat and shoot,..... a lot.

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I hated my PF-9 and ragged on it constantly. I traded a TearAzz PT-22 for a KT P3AT the day before my LCP went back for repair. I can hit a 6 " circle at 21 feet right or left handed, 10 out of 12 times with it. It's a keeper.YMMV
 
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