first published on May 15, 2017 by Josh
The brand Hi-Point is somewhat the laughing stock of the firearms industry. They are not known for their ergonomics, reliability, accuracy, or cool guy carry points, but they are instead known for being incredibly heavy, and cheaply made. That’s why when a Hi-Point brand pistol was finally put through an extreme mud test by the guys at InRangeTV, I had to give it a watch.
Expecting the firearm to completely fail right out of the gate, I was surprised when it actually started firing without any obvious issues. Eventually the firearm does fail, but the fact that simply running water over the cheap little pistol got it running again is surprising.