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Where to get a Hi Point C9?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Lampshade, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. Lampshade

    Lampshade

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    Anyone know where to find a Hi Point C9 online?

    Other than the auction type sites, that is.

    Thanks!
     
  2. bac1023

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    I found mine used locally.

    Ugly as hell, but works great :)
     

  3. CajunBass

    CajunBass Silver Member

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    Yea, I found mine locally. Seems that Southern Ohio Guns advertises them in "Shotgun News" don't they? I think it's SOG anyway.

    I would think you'd be better off to find one locally if you can. The cost of shipping and transfer fees might be more than the gun cost.
     
  4. Bill Keith

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    Th phone is your friend. Call as many local pawn shops as you can find listed. Call Hi-Point as well. Look them up on Google. Ask if they have any local distributors in your area. They may very well ship to your local FFL or LGS:cool:
     
  5. Pepiot

    Pepiot Yippee ki-yay...

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    Bout all I see in gun stores now, why the intrest now? Been a member for three years and a butload of posts, don't wait till SHTF to buy stuff. As bac says they do work good but ugly, my tackle box even rejected it.
     
  6. JohnnyReb

    JohnnyReb Lifetime Member

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    The highpoints are known to be pretty reliable. I'd like to buy one just because I'm curious about it.
     
  7. ilgunguygt

    ilgunguygt Enslaved in IL

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    Where are you from in the world Lampshade? My local shop almost always has some hi-points in stock, even when everything else is sold out.
     
  8. pgg00

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    I have one. Bought it years ago when everyone said they were crap just to see what it was (about $100 new then). I have NEVER cleaned it or taken it apart. It has a few thousand rounds through it now and has never jammed or had a malfunction.
     
  9. ZO6Vettever

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    It's even hard to find a Hi Point? This gun buying thing is way outta hand!
     
  10. VinnieD

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    Walk into a pawn shop and throw a rock. You're bound to hit one.
     
  11. CBennett

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    you know what..and NO im NOT kidding..ive never seen one locally in at least 9+ years new or used at any local shops, not even to look at...when I first got here I (about 18 years ago) DID see one on a case (new) at a shop so i knew he at least carried them....now and for years when ive went in he has not had them at least on display..so its been a while since ive seen a Hi-Point in a gun store a good almost 10 years id say,. we dont have pawn shops so cant look where in what we dont have.
     
  12. HWA GLOCKER

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    The bottom of the river!
     
  13. bunk22

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    Hell, even my local gun shop is sold out of them. They have over 50 M&P handguns but no Hi-point handguns. You can forgot about the Hi-Point Carbines, they don't last but minutes. I have a HP Carbine, it rocks but I shot a HP handgun not so long ago, no thanks.