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    I'll take one for each room, one for the car, and two for carry...


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    I would't want to be part of the law suit if you ever had to shoot someone with it. Thats the same reason I dont carry the zombie ammo in any of my carry guns. I think it could be blown way out of context quickly. I know the zombie ammo is a cheep(er) ... I mean less expensive, then the Amax shells but i still am affraid to get sued over it and have liberals on the jury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluewave View Post
    I would't want to be part of the law suit if you ever had to shoot someone with it. Thats the same reason I dont carry the zombie ammo in any of my carry guns. I think it could be blown way out of context quickly. I know the zombie ammo is a cheep(er) ... I mean less expensive, then the Amax shells but i still am affraid to get sued over it and have liberals on the jury.
    If it's a lawful defensive shoot, ammo type makes no difference. If it's deemed a lawful use of defense by law enforcement then there will be no court at all depending on your state. In TX I believe they have provisions in their laws to protect you from being sued in civil court when you exercise your right to lawful use of force.

    It's up to you to make sure it's a lawful usage first and foremost.
    No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.
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    Laws are restrictive but sometimes necessary to maintain a civil society. Rights are nonrestrictive but are always necessary to maintain a free society.

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    If people will pay $1,800 for the Ricky Ricardo, cartel bling edition 1911 (sorry I mean David Ricardo... well same thing) then someone will pay $250 for a Hi Point. LOL

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    I don't think anyone will argue that this gun is the "Tacticle Edition" from Hi Point....

    I would have liked to see more purple incorporated myself.

    Austin

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    At least it isn't pink.
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