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Hi-Point JCP Handgun
Durable, attractive easy-grip finish
Free extra rear peep sight
100% American-made, parts and assembly
Availability: Sold Out
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- Firearms shipping charge of $25.00 per item.
- You must be at least 21 years old to purchase this item. State and local laws may vary.
- Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product DescriptionHi-Point offers affordably-priced semi-automatic handguns in a range of the most popular calibers. The model JCP .40 S&W Hi-Point pistol is built on a larger frame to assure a firm, comfortable grip and exceptional recoil control. Its polymer frame has been given a durable, attractive easy-grip finish and includes high-impact grips. All Hi-Point pistols features last round lock open and 3-dot, fully adjustable sights. Other extras on the Model JCP include a quick on-off thumb safety and a free extra rear peep sight and trigger lock. 100% American-made, parts and assembly. +P rated.
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Q:can you get higher cap. magazines for this pistol?Asked on 5/28/2010 by Lenny from Massillon,Ohio
A:Hi Point does make some magazines that hold more shells you
will need to check out the accessories for the type and amount
you can get for this gun.Answered on 12/25/2010 by leesimon from Oak Island Tx.
A:yes they are out there, but do you really love your hi point that much to invest in more stuff for this pistol? is it worth it really? get a decent pistol on layaway, gander mountain has a great lay away program. Just got a custom 96 fs 1 of 25 customAnswered on 2/17/2011 by jed from virginia
Q:is this gun semi-auto or double actonAsked on 1/10/2010 by Kozah from clombus
A:It is both semi-auto and double action.
A semi-auto is double action when the hammer, or in this case striker, can be cocked by pulling the trigger. The act of racking the slide does not prime this weapon. It is cocked by pulling the trigger.
Edit: the word filter is a little extreme here.Answered on 3/6/2010 by Rusty Shackleford from Arlen, Texas