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    Quote Originally Posted by pod View Post


    5.11 got the video of it in action.
    The size of it laying next to the Glock on the table makes me wanna say heck no!
    Thing is huge. I'd rather carry a comfy loud pistol than a brick sized quiet one.
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    It's a step in the right direction though.

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    Riddle me this. If my AAC mini 5.56 does a fairly decent job of swallowing the blast from it why are pistol cans so big?
    Why can't they just figure out how to make a 9mm can the size of say a C or D cell battery? Some of the more popular pistol cans are as big as a rifle can? Makes no sense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blanca Busa View Post
    Riddle me this. If my AAC mini 5.56 does a fairly decent job of swallowing the blast from it why are pistol cans so big?
    Why can't they just figure out how to make a 9mm can the size of say a C or D cell battery? Some of the more popular pistol cans are as big as a rifle can? Makes no sense?
    Surface area basically, I think.

    I think the Maxim baffles are some innovative new design. Sure, the overall pistol is huge, but it's smaller than a suppressor-pistol combo by far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pod View Post
    It's a step in the right direction though.
    I actually like it quite a bit and if I had the funds would by one for the novelty of it plus it would make a great house defense gun.
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    Well, Hi Point is no longer the most ugly gun on the market. Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckusaret View Post
    Well, Hi Point is no longer the most ugly gun on the market. Just my opinion.
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    It has a certain sci-fi novelty look to it. I still want one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHunter View Post


    I'm sure its fun to shoot but it's really ugly and kinda reminds me of a moped.
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