The Hi Point C380 plastic wrap failure test (VIDEO)

MattV2099 is blessed with a Hi Point C380 fresh from the $79 rack and gives it a break in process that brings a neat jam following a plastic wrap test.

The Ohio-made Hi Point is an entry level firearm that uses an extremely heavy slide to compensate for its blow-back design. The company MSRPs these guns for $150, so the fact that Matt picked his up for about half price shows you how affordable these handguns are for someone with less than $100 to spend on a handgun.

However the finer points of their design is lost on guest stars of Nat Geo’s Drugs Inc, who often advise through disguises and modulated voice tracks they are in fact, “Glock 40s.”

As for the plastic wrap, well, do you Matt.

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