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http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/1089/p...

If out of stock go here
http://www.vanceoutdoors.com/products2.cfm/ID/23527/name/hi-poin...

Will sale out fast

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Description:
Hi-Point has built their .40 S & W & .45 ACP on a larger frame, to enable the shooter to enjoy shooting their firearm. Whether shooting bowling pins, hunting, or protecting lives, the .40 S & W & .45 ACP has been doing the job for a long time.
Specifications
Type Pistol
Action Double Action
Caliber 40 S&W
Barrel Length 4.5"
Capacity 10+1
Safety Thumb
Grips Polymer
Sights 3-Dot
Weight 39 oz
Finish Black

Part Number:34010
Buds Item Number: 48341

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Hi-Point 34010 40SW/P 40SW 10RD POLYMER
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Ugly guns.

BlurryEyed said:   Ugly guns.


Agreed....

Would this be good as a first gun? I'm trying to convince myself to finally just get one...

I've shot some small 22's and a 45 before. I don't see myself at the range every weekend, just want something for the home and occasional range time.

The hi-point guns are American made, and have a lifetime guarantee. I own the .45, and it's a decent gun. It is very bulky, very big, and very ugly. None of that matters if you're just using it to keep at your house for self defense. If you plan to carry it, you don't want it. They are the cheapest guns on the market, but they are a reliable gun. The next brings me to Buds. Since about October, Bud's have been a crappy place to buy from. I've bought over 10 guns from them the last 2 years, but my last 2 purchases did not work out too well. The last gun was guaranteed fast delivery and took 4 weeks to arrive. When it arrived, they swapped colors, so it was the wrong gun. Was just a big hassle. The other issue was I had a gun on their layaway program... paid it off in 35 days, then 2 weeks after paying it off, they told me the gun was out of stock, which I was supposed to be guaranteed the gun from what their layaway program says. The gave me a refund, which took 3 more weeks to arrive, and then charged me a restocking fee. Had to get the money back from the bank. Won't deal with them again.

cougarnut said:   Would this be good as a first gun? I'm trying to convince myself to finally just get one...

I've shot some small 22's and a 45 before. I don't see myself at the range every weekend, just want something for the home and occasional range time.


If it was my first two guns

http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/firearms/handguns/sprin...

http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1235431/

Total gun noob here... I was trying to find a S&W M&P .40 compact, but obv everywhere is OOS. Bit the bullet (lol?) and bought this as a first gun to learn with and get some range time.

dang i thought it was back in stock.

Stunner2xx said:   dang i thought it was back in stock.

At the time of my post it was in stock.

Did you see mt note, Will sale out fast....



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