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I have read many, many reviews and opinions on hi-points, and having now purchased two (9mm and the 45), I can say that It is a darn good company and a heck of a great deal for simple, dependable pistols. The .45 shoots very well, but it is a monster (in weight and size). Recoil is manageable and I can shoot it all day comfortably. First trip out to the range with 100 rounds through and no issues (no FTFs, no ejection issues). This is not a Kimber, but if you're looking for a simple .45, American made shooter for fun, and which has a 9 round capacity, I definitely recommend it. Don't listen to the gun snobs out there; try it first, you may love it! Suggestion for you all, if you do buy one: For both my 9 and .45, I made a homemade grip out of bicycle innertube. Cut a 2" strip at an angle (for the bottom), put a few drops of oil on the plastic and slide it on. It really helps with recoil and grip and is a very cheap investment to improve the shooting experience ($4 for a 26" tube at local WM). I call her "Big Nasty" in an affectionate manner... BTW - Bud's is, as always, excellent. (4th purchase with them I've made, now I think, and always perfect). Thanks!