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Old 12-02-2011, 10:53 PM
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Thanks both for the input. My brother told me he fired his friend's hi point .40, along with a handful of other big name guns the guy had like glock, etc.... and he was most accurate with the hi point, and that it did not jamb and one of the big names did (I think it was browning arms). I have heard they are heavy, and also realize you need tools to take them apart and clean them. In the end, I am ok with needing tools to clean, and them being heavy. I will probable only use it once a month at the most. I'm thinking this is a good purchase for me. This will be the first firearm that I actually purchase, so I think it's a good one as it's inexpensive and will let me test the water. From your input it sounds like it is good for what I want.

Is it correct that 9mm is less expensive than .38?
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