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Hi-Point CF380HC CF380 8+1 380ACP +P 3.5" w/ Hard Case
[CF380HC]
$164.00
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by Michael W Monday 07 May, 2012
Honestly. I've owned both of these weapons for 2-3 years now. They are pretty nice weapons. I am not going to say they are the best, but for the money I paid, They are pretty well built. I bought two of them they both still work, I've put probably close to 1000 rounds through them and still kicking. Maintenance is pretty easy on them. You will need a punch tool to do a tear down of the pistol. Again not bad for the money spent.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Jill l Sunday 28 August, 2011
BUD'S is the best gun was in in 3 days..Thank you buds.....AS FOR THE POS CF380 dbl feeds all the time shell distortion FTFs and so much more 2 weeks after buying it i had to ship it back to HI-point they had to but new parts on polish and fix slide..So I get the POS back I ran HI$ brass it still F'ed up 3 jams on the first clip..went home took the gun apart and the frame had broke (WOW)..so its being replaced by HI-Point..The CS at Hi-point is great they are super cool sent me extra clips..It seems that the C-9 and cf-380 (same frame,not small) have issues...my TS's rock 100% of the time ....GET A Pk380 it rocks!!!

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Jeff C Wednesday 17 August, 2011
cheap gun and cheap ammo but still have had no problems. have probably put 300 rounds through this gun. no jams no mis fiires. despite all the bad talk about hipoint i have yet to have any of the problems. The gun just requires a person who knows how to properly load a magazine.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Shomy E Friday 05 August, 2011
First of all, Hats off to Buds Gun Shop, I had an Excellent buying experience. I ordered it on Sunday, it was in the FFE by Thursday. Because I didnt have CWP I had to wait three days but its all good. Second, the Gun, this is my first gun that I own, I have shot other (9mm) guns before. I really like the way the gun looks and it does weight about 1.8 pounds, so at first it feels a little heavy but the more you handle it, it get really comfortable with your hands. Infact I fee like the weight makes it more easy to hold on to it. It came with a Hard Case, Ghost Ring, and the Trigger Lock plus instructions, all of these for 129 dollars, so not bad at all. I have read a lot of mixed reviews about the American made Hi-Point Guns, so I was a little skeptical. I took my Gun to the range today, and it kept getting jammed so i had to constantly take the magazine out and cock the gun to get the stuck bullet out. it took me an hour or so to finish a box of 50 bullets. So I was getting really disappointed with my gun. So when I came out of the range the owner asked me how I did and I explained, after looking at my gun and how I held it, He told me to really Tightly Grip the gun, since the gun weigh more, it need a good amount of stopping power when the slide cocks back. I heard from several sources that you shouldnt hold the gun so tight so i was a little fluid with my grip. So I went back in and fired another 8 rounds, tightly gripping the GUN. To my Surprise my Hi-point fired flawlessly, I was so proud of my Gun. Keep in mind I just took it out of the box and was firing it, without doing anything to it. It just that I wasn't holding it tight enough. So for all those who is looking to buy an affordable first or second or third or what ever gun, i definitely recommend it. You Just have to get used to it(dont forget TIGHT GRIP). Plus the Life Time warranty that come with it is good. I'll be going back tomorrow to shoot some more, I'll update how it went using the new strategy. overall I give it Four Stars for Affordability, the look, the accessories, handling and firing(when u do it right).

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Gregg S Tuesday 02 August, 2011
Update. After looking at my $129 "paperweight" for a week, I took it out plinking and gave it another try. As mentioned previously, after coming back from Hi-Point for warranty work the gun does cycle MUCH better than it did before. Originally it was absolutely unusable. I have put over 100 rds through it since its return and have had only one FTE. That come with a very rough brand of hollow point that for some reason was one of the brands that had ALMOST worked in the gun before it received a new barrel/chambe/feed ramp assemblyr and other work. The barrel still does not visually line up very well with the slide and the rear sight has to be cranked nearly all the way up to compensate for this. I would still not call this a high-quality firearm but at least it is functional and seems to be getting better as it loosens up. Hope to get it to an indoor range soon and do some serious sighting-in and see where it stands for consistency. The bulge in the spent casings which was one of the main reasons I sent the gun back is now much smaller with the new parts and after reading some onlline gun forums there is some precedent for this condition with semi-auto pistols although it still does not seem right. While I'm still not real happy with this purchase I guess you could say I feel better about it than I did before. Who knows? maybe if you buy one you'll be one of the lucky ones who gets a 4 or 5 star gun the first time around. I guess for the price it's worth a try.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
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! [1 of 5 Stars!]
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