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Hi-Point CF380HC CF380 8+1 380ACP +P 3.5" w/ Hard Case Reviews

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Product Reviews Ratings Summary
21 Reviews. Average Rating:    3.9 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
43% (9 of 21)
4 stars:
29% (6 of 21)
3 stars:
14% (3 of 21)
2 stars:
4% (1 of 21)
1 star:
9% (2 of 21)
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by Gregg S Tuesday 26 July, 2011
WARNING! Do not purchase this model Hi-Point. Think before you take another step. Why would Hi-Point offer the model CF380HC for $10 LESS than the regular CF380 and include a reasonably nice plastic hardcase. My conclusion-They are trying to unload factory defects. I originally ordered this gun on June 11, 2011. I had never seen this particular model (CF380HC) before and was curious why it was priced the way it was, so I went ahead and bought it. After 9 calendar days it arrived at my FFL dealer. Took it out and tried numerous brands of ammo which I had purchased in advance hoping to find one that would cycle properly. I had aalready been aware of Hi-Point's reputation. After one week of ownership I sent the gun back to Hi-Point with a note detailing all of the problems I was having including the most disturbing of all--A large bulge in the spent casings indicating a malformed chamber. I finally got the gun back 4 weeks to the day after shipping it. Well now it cycles okay and hits within a few inches of the POA, but even after recieving a new barrel/chamber assembly there is STILL a large bulge in the spent casings-something no centerfire gun should ever have. Unbelieveable. This is no reflection on Bud's. Just avoid Hi-Point's.$129 paperweight!

Rating:     1 of 5 Stars!
by Roger T Monday 11 July, 2011
Ordered the Gun Wednesday Night and it arrived Monday morning. Did a complete inspection and everything was great. Some users have said they didn't understand how to clean it. You should thoroughly familiarize yourself with this or any firearm and all its aspects before firing it. No jams or anything to report upon the first 50 rounds sent downrange. You can find the cleaning instructions here. Someone also said something about the craftsmanship of this gun. It does appear to be a little rough but I haven't found it to inhibit the performance of this particular firearm by any means.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by jesse w Friday 01 July, 2011
very clunky and heavy for the caliber. im know it was only $130shpd but i have no idea why they couldnt make them smaller and tighter. my guess is that polymer needs to be thicker to be as tough as thin steel yes? still for a 380? not sure how to get the receiver off. there is no switch or button to slide it off. plastic handle gets very slippery if wet/sweaty. needs bedliner or innertube on it. the sights are nice and bright. its a natural downpointer. unlike 1911s where they are designed to be level when naturaly raising the hand to fire. overall i cant complain for the price but for the price i cant see why they would put some rubber on the grip and make the pistol more compact. the feed ramp looks very rough. could use some polished.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Christopher J Tuesday 17 May, 2011
Great gun. We have put hundreds of rounds through this gun a

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by John R Saturday 08 January, 2011
OK, what can one expect to get for $129? The good: Gun is affordabe allowing low cost ownership. The bad: Gun is not what I would call quality, but it looks like it will hold together. Now, if you are expecting to fire thousands of rounds, I'm not sure if the craftmanship will hold up, maybe it will....but what can you expect? Trigger is plastic, handle is plastic....looks like, feels like a BB pistol. Overall you get what you pay for and given the price, this will provide basic protection for a low cost.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Sean S Tuesday 24 August, 2010
wow! what can I say? I read all the review online about Hi-Point and it seemed like alot of people love to hate this gun, BUT ... I picked it up from the gun store and went striaght to the range. 50 shots, out of the box, and all 50 were in center mass. I thought maybe it was just luck, so another 50 rounds on a new target. Same thing! 100% center mass at 10 meters. Sure, it'sa big, heavy, ugly gun that I would not carry concealed, but as a home defense gun, and most importantly a gun my wife can shoot, it is AWSEOM for the price! My wife is too freaked out to fire my S&W 9mm, but she took this gun, and another 50 rounds (her very first time shooting) and it was awsome! So, in revirew, 150 rounds so far, not a single jam or mis-feed, shoots awsome at 10 meters and has very low recoil, low enough for my petite wife to fire and actually hit the center mass on her very first time with a gun. Thanks buds!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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