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OK, John let's see the 10" Barreled. AR-15, the vaunted Phoenix Arms HP .22, and the Star 9MM. All chopped, with a can. Don't spout some convict BS about why you can't, call them your wife's, (if you really have one), or say it's a friend's collection. Show proof.
 

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Ah. Different 'John'.

(Although I do own a CAR-15 and a "can". Omigosh, I also own an HP-22, although it was bought out of curiosity and sees little use. I also own a "Stallard" [think "Hi-Point"] .45 blowback pistol and a Davis .32 derringer. Frankly, those are the "bought out of curiosity, and at very little cost" guns. Haven't shot the Stallard since 1994 probably; it just sits at the back of the safe. Never use it, but couldn't sell it for anything, so it sits there like a nerd on prom night.)
 

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:) I remember the Stallard. I'd almost rather be armed with a brick.
 

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John in AR said:
Ah. Different 'John'.

(Although I do own a CAR-15 and a "can". Omigosh, I also own an HP-22, although it was bought out of curiosity and sees little use. I also own a "Stallard" [think "Hi-Point"] .45 blowback pistol and a Davis .32 derringer. Frankly, those are the "bought out of curiosity, and at very little cost" guns. Haven't shot the Stallard since 1994 probably; it just sits at the back of the safe. Never use it, but couldn't sell it for anything, so it sits there like a nerd on prom night.)
Much different. Stallard? I don't know this one at all. I would like to see a picture of it. There's nothing wrong with inexpensive gun's, I own some myself, I just wouldn't use them for self defense. The Tokarev, Makarov and Taurus line are inexpensive, but those I Would use for self defense.
 

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Exactly. They're now (or at least 'were' at one time) renamed "High-Point". It's a fixed-barrel, blowback operated pistol a la Jennings, Raven, etc., except the size of a 1911. Slightly larger (mainly thicker) than a 1911, due to extra mass needed on a blowback.

Hi-Point may have also been connected with Lorcin; not sure about that.
 
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