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    glass breaker floor plate

    ever glock shoof have one of these




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    That is a nice to have on at least 1 Mag. I was at an accident scene one day and a guy with a Glock was trying to break out the rear window with no luck. I thought 1 time he was thinking about shooting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieKiller57 View Post
    That is a nice to have on at least 1 Mag. I was at an accident scene one day and a guy with a Glock was trying to break out the rear window with no luck. I thought 1 time he was thinking about shooting it.
    That why we all need to carry a Hi-Point with us at all times in the car. That heavy and bulky gun should be abls to take out a window with a light tap!!!! OK OK OK. I am not bashing the Hi-Point a few years back I bought a Hi-Point CF380. I figure what the heck 99.oo plus tax. I had that gun for over 4 years and and the last round count before I sold it was 2232 rounds and guess what, It was very accurate and never had a failure one with it. I gave it to a friend of mine to keep it in her glove box in her truck. She still owns it and shoots it and has never had a problem with it at all. A lot of people crap on the Hi-Point but I cant, The problem I had with the gun was it was too bulky and ugly to take to the prom!!!! Dave
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    Tap, rack, bleed.
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    I believe I will pass on that accessory. I have to agree with jbglock.



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    Like everything; it has its place if you are in the emergency / service area. Me; I like to cook so I am waiting for the potatoes peeler attachment to come out
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdbullet223 View Post
    That why we all need to carry a Hi-Point with us at all times in the car. That heavy and bulky gun should be abls to take out a window with a light tap!!!! OK OK OK. I am not bashing the Hi-Point a few years back I bought a Hi-Point CF380. I figure what the heck 99.oo plus tax. I had that gun for over 4 years and and the last round count before I sold it was 2232 rounds and guess what, It was very accurate and never had a failure one with it. I gave it to a friend of mine to keep it in her glove box in her truck. She still owns it and shoots it and has never had a problem with it at all. A lot of people crap on the Hi-Point but I cant, The problem I had with the gun was it was too bulky and ugly to take to the prom!!!! Dave
    You are correct. I own a C9 and the HP .40 pistol. They are very heavy, definitely not a CC handgun, and yet they are a real pleasure to shoot. They eat anything that you feed them, and I don't have any complaints outside of the fact that they are not a Glock, and they are not small enough for CC. Just my 2 cents worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jway44 View Post
    You are correct. I own a C9 and the HP .40 pistol. They are very heavy, definitely not a CC handgun, and yet they are a real pleasure to shoot. They eat anything that you feed them, and I don't have any complaints outside of the fact that they are not a Glock, and they are not small enough for CC. Just my 2 cents worth.
    I have never tried a Hi-Point, that is interesting and not what I had thought. BTW, Welcome to the Forum !



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jway44 View Post
    You are correct. I own a C9 and the HP .40 pistol. They are very heavy, definitely not a CC handgun, and yet they are a real pleasure to shoot. They eat anything that you feed them, and I don't have any complaints outside of the fact that they are not a Glock, and they are not small enough for CC. Just my 2 cents worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbglock View Post
    Tap, rack, bleed.
    Good point. You would hope the brain would kick in rather than muscle memory when you have that mag in. Maybe a better place for it would be the butt plug. The point doesn't' have to be large just solid. They have the small ones that fit on a key chain
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