Hi-Points shouldn't eat bullets the wrong way if you want them to keep working (VIDEO)

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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