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Looking a hi point pistol what caliber should i get.

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  • deerhunterrick
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    I would get the one that I could throw the hardest incase it malfunctions,that way you still have a bakup plan. Actually the only fault with the High Point is finish. Customized a few while in school. There is a lot you can improve on with fit & finish. Great gun for the money. They were only $95 back in 1997 and they are much over $100 now are they.

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  • tuna0410
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    Best recommendation on caliber selection is to shoot a few to see what you like. As far as price 9mm would be the cheapest to shoot in the larger calibers. But like the people are saying I would do some research before purchasing any make/model firearm. Also look at the resale values of them that will tell you a lot.

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  • squirrelgirl98
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    I have a bb gun that i got for my 7th birthday and it works great!! i am like in love with it! u should just go ahead and get a bb gun instead. i kill all sorts of squirrels with it.

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  • Ga hunter
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    I'd spend a little more money one a better gun like a used Glock in 9mm or a revolver in .38

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  • Treestand
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    The Hi-Point was Voted the Ugliest Hand Gun Ever!!
    But they Shoot well, My Pick if you can handle the Re-coil would be the 40Cal if not the 9mm will do.

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  • Trapper Vic
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    I know a few who have had problems with high point but they do stand behind them. 9mm or 40

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