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  1. #1
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    Default New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    Okay, I screwed up. I painted my C9's pistol grips, which looked nice initially, but the Krylon plastic paint didn't like wear-and-tear.

    I e-mailed Hi-Point, inquiring about the cost of replacement grips, and they insisted on mailing me a replacement set for free. When I again asked about the cost, their response was, "Happy Holidays, Henry"

    Just for that I'm going to get another C9 - for my wife.
    Last edited by Statkowski; December 11th, 2008 at 08:09 PM.

  2. #2
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    Default Re: New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    always good to hear of great service from companies .
    Don't blame me ; I voted for an American .

  3. #3
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    Default Re: New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    I have a hipoint 995 carbine with the ATI stock and i have always herd good things about their customer service. Never had a issue with my 995 though so i havent had to contact them for anything

  4. #4
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    Question Re: New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    I had a 9mm Hi-Point a few years back & it jammed a lot. I take it that they've made improvements since then.

    Quote Originally Posted by crakkajakka15 View Post
    I have a hipoint 995 carbine with the ATI stock and i have always herd good things about their customer service. Never had a issue with my 995 though so i havent had to contact them for anything
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  5. #5
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    Default Re: New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    Ive been looking for a hi point 9mm to play around with. My sigma 40 gets a little exspensive to shoot all the time. Anyone know anyplace around Lancaster ,LEbanon that carries them?

  6. #6
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    Default Re: New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    Okay, I screwed up. I painted my C9's pistol grips, which looked nice initially, but the Krylon plastic paint didn't like wear-and-tear.

    I e-mailed Hi-Point, inquiring about the cost of replacement grips, and they insisted on mailing me a replacement set for free. When I again asked about the cost, their response was, "Happy Holidays, Henry"

    Just for that I'm going to get another C9 - for my wife.
    Glad to hear you had a good customer service experience with Hi-Point...

    Good for you on getting another C9 for your wife. Way to support a small American firearms company. Reward the ones that are good and screw the rest...
    -A
    No matter who you vote for the government always gets in.

  7. #7
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    Default Re: New Hi-Point C9 Pistol Grips

    I think Shyda's have them in stock. They are in LEBANON COUNTY!

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