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what can u hunt with a high point 9mm carbine.

Question by 17henson. Uploaded on October 25, 2011

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from huntnow wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

a place to trade it to a hunting rifle

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from Clay Cooper wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

FOR BIG GAME, IT'S OUT OF THE QUESTION

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from Treestand wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

Its a good Home Defence and close-up Coyote,Zombie Gun
Lol...Good Hunting LilGuy

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from Sarge01 wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

Very little other than someone coming through your house door in the middle of the night. It is not a hunting firearm.

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from wp wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

Not typically used for hunting of any kind, but I suppose it would work for varmint or predators if ranges were kept close.

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from gking86 wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

I used to be a cop and had to put a deer that got clipped out of it's misery. Even at very close range, using 115gr corbon +P Self Defense JHP, and three aimed shots it was not an optimal kill. If you are gonna spend around $1.50 a round, spend it on a good rifle round 150gr or better with a good deal more velocity.

You *can* kill just about anything with any well placed round, but do your quarry a favor and use the right round for the job.

That being said, I never had any problems with my hi-point carbine, or my hi-point .45 ACP pistol. No jams, would eat lots of different kinds of rounds, and had a great warranty. They were kind of hard to get apart, and I ended up trading both of them in for other fire arms.

Final story, people give hi-points a lot of grief, but it wasn't any less scary having one pointed at me point blank. A gun is a gun. My ideal gun is one that goes "bang" after every trigger pull.

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from huntnow wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

a place to trade it to a hunting rifle

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from Clay Cooper wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

FOR BIG GAME, IT'S OUT OF THE QUESTION

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from Treestand wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

Its a good Home Defence and close-up Coyote,Zombie Gun
Lol...Good Hunting LilGuy

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from Sarge01 wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

Very little other than someone coming through your house door in the middle of the night. It is not a hunting firearm.

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from wp wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

Not typically used for hunting of any kind, but I suppose it would work for varmint or predators if ranges were kept close.

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from gking86 wrote 2 years 24 weeks ago

I used to be a cop and had to put a deer that got clipped out of it's misery. Even at very close range, using 115gr corbon +P Self Defense JHP, and three aimed shots it was not an optimal kill. If you are gonna spend around $1.50 a round, spend it on a good rifle round 150gr or better with a good deal more velocity.

You *can* kill just about anything with any well placed round, but do your quarry a favor and use the right round for the job.

That being said, I never had any problems with my hi-point carbine, or my hi-point .45 ACP pistol. No jams, would eat lots of different kinds of rounds, and had a great warranty. They were kind of hard to get apart, and I ended up trading both of them in for other fire arms.

Final story, people give hi-points a lot of grief, but it wasn't any less scary having one pointed at me point blank. A gun is a gun. My ideal gun is one that goes "bang" after every trigger pull.

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