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All Hi-Point handguns feature 100% American parts & assembly as well as a quick on-off thumb safety, magazine disconnect safety, high-impact polymer frame, 3-dot sights and last round lock open.
- Weight: 29oz
- # of Mags: 1
- Overall Length: 6.75"
- Additional Info: +P Rated
- Additional Info: Magazine Disconnect Safety
|Caliber||22 Magnum / 22 WMR|
|Capacity||No Magazine Included|
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Questions & Answers
Yes it is CA certified and is on the CA DOJ approved list https://www.oag.ca.gov/firearms/certguns/cf380-upc752334003805-polymer-zinc-alloy-4130-barrelSee 3 more answers |
Q: Hi, New to all this. Thinksing of getting the 380. What is the best ammo for the Hi-Point 380? What ammo brand works best with it? Thanks
Stan any of the standard "Full MJacket" ammunition will work for practice but I highly recommend : https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/656_2081_10000716/products_id/12846/Speer%20380%20ACP%2095%20Grain%20Full%20Metal%20Jacket/. For "Self Defense" I highly recommend the Hornady Critical Defense : https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/656_2081_10000716/products_id/56780/Hornady%20380%20Auto%20Critical%20Defense%2090%20Grain%20Critical%20Defense/See 2 more answers |
Q: I fired the .380 once and the trigger failed. Is this a known problem? Send it for repair or can I fix it?
This is not common Robert. May just be an assembly issue or quality control issue. Don't tinker with it to preserve your warranty and Contact HI point for repair -- Hi-Point® Firearms 1015 Springmill Rd. Mansfield, OH 44906 --- 419-747-9444 or 419-747-6095.See 6 more answers |
Q: My daughter weighs 98lbs, can she pull back the slide on this gun, and load it??? She can not do so on my full size EAA 9 mm.
I would want to know much more before I attempted to answer you. bare bones basics dictates since your asking such a question at all that both you and your daughter are inexperienced. there is a great deal for you to learn as with your daughter. were I in your shoes I would opt for a revolver in 38 caliber and better still the 38 special. the 38 is a proven defender spanning many years now. REMEMBER that barrel length matters as bullets are designed to be fired from ''x'' barrel lengths in order to achieve the desired velocity. snub nose revolvers are an inside your home defender most likely. I would prefer a minimum barrel length of 3 inches for your daughter and actually (myself) I will want 4 inch barrels minimum. practice is key but so is her mind set!! she needs to understand seconds count and she needs to KNOW she will fire to kill if a situation warrants. most ladies starting out find this sporting, momentarily, and do not intend to shoot anyone - ever - let alone kill someone. you need to roll up your sleeves and dive into many subjects before even you buy yourself a gun.See 8 more answers |
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