Yeet Cannon? How about Yeeter Cannon: Hi-Point's New 10mm Pistol
Ohio's Hi-Point Firearms is still working on the promised Yeet Cannon in 9mm but says the new JXP10 10mm version is in production and now shipping.
Hi-Point & company has been flirting with the public to deliver the upgraded version of its redoubtable C9 series 9mm zinc-slide, blowback-action pistol to the market since at least 2019. Boasting more modern features such as Glock pattern grips, a threaded barrel, and the possibility of an optics cut for red dots. While the YC-9 hasn't quite materialized, the old C9 has been rebranded the Yeet Cannon G(en) 1 via a stencil along the slide and threaded barrel options to help put some salve on the open wound.
The new JXP10 has many of the promised Yeet Cannon features, including a redesigned slide and grip while still falling back on the same mold as their other full-sized pistols in .40 S&W (JCP) and .45 ACP (JHP) while using the same mag as used by its Model 1095 carbine, which has been on the market since 2017ish.
With an MSRP in the $200 smacker range, it will certainly be the most inexpensive 10mm pistol on the market, anywhere, a fixture that could make them a staple of cabins in bear country as a "just in case" type of gun in addition to making the "centimeter" more readily available to consumers.
The Hank Strange podcast welcomed David from Hi-Point over the weekend and got the rundown on the Yeet Cannon (YC-9) and the very Yeet-like new 10mm. He also says the YC-9 is "stupid close" to release.
The TL; DR:
Same 10-round mag as the 10mm Hi-Point Carbine.
Accessory rail on frame.
Same size frame as the JCP-40 and JHP-45 handgun.
Threaded barrel in .578x28 TPI.
Interchangeable front sight on a Glock pattern.
Still carries a lifetime warranty.
Has a magazine safety.
Shipping next week with dealers stocking them by SHOT Show.
MSRP is $225
The full Hank Strange clip on the 10mm Yeet Cannon: