Hi-Points shouldn’t eat bullets the wrong way if you want them to keep working (VIDEO)
By Chris Eger
Matt on Demolition Ranch is trying to clear out his gun safe by destroying a .40 S&W Hi-Point JHP model but is having a hard time.
He had already tried his best to assassinate the ~$200 polymer framed Ohio special by methods including dragging it behind a truck, hurling it into a flesh-eating bacteria-filled body of brackish water, smoothing out the finish by running it over, and riddling it with gunfire.
Now, he tries an almost impossible muzzle-on shot down the pipe to see what happens.
Sure, the video has a drawn out opening (more than two minutes before you get into the meat of the subject) but it is worth it, and it takes a few rounds to actually put the TKO on the JHP.
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