Hi-Point Firearms is a company with, shall we say, a bit of a reputation. Their budget-friendly products, which they call “the working man’s gun”, have become the quintessential meme guns. To their credit, they generally lean into this characterization. This is a brand which used a social media campaign to get the public to name one of its guns, which resulted in the infamous “Yeet Cannon”. Now they’re expanding their lineup with a new version which has been much requested by its customer base, this time in 10mm. Meet the new Hi-Point JXP10.
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- [SHOT 2020] The Hi-Point Yeet Cannon Production (and AK-47 Update)
The official product description reads:
Model JXP 10 Black (10mm)
Hi-Point® Firearms JXP10 Handgun SpecificationsBarrel length: 5.2″Weight: 49 oz.Capacity: 10-round magazineOverall length: 8.5″Rear Sights: Fully-adjustable & Red Dot ReadyFrame: Standard 1913 accessory railFinish: Black powder coatFront Sights: Compatible with Glock® front sights
All Hi-Point® Firearms 10mm handguns feature 100% American parts & assembly as well as:+P ratedThreaded .578 x 28 barrel standardNew textured gripsYC9 styled slide design & serrations3-dot, fully adjustable sightsMagazine compatably with 1095 carbineLast round lock open10-round magazine (interchangeable with 1095 carbine)Magazine disconnect safetyLarger thumb safetyOperations & safety sheetLifetime warranty
All Hi-Point® firearms are covered by our industry-leading lifetime warranty!
Damage, age, plain old wear and tear — these things happen. When they do, Hi-Point® customers enjoy a lifetime, no-questions-asked warranty.
And lifetime means just that — free repairs for the life of the gun, whether you are the first owner, or the third. Hi-Point® service is fast, friendly and expertly performed.
Though Hi-Point pistols have their share of detractors, the big upside to these handguns has always been their low price point. The JXP10 will be no exception, showing on the company’s website with an MSRP of just $225. What do you think, readers? Does this 10mm update to the classic meme gun make it more appealing? Will you try one out, even if only for the memes and tongue-in-cheek social media posts?
How long do you think it will take before someone applies a “cash money” decoration scheme, or modifies one of these guns to include the sights on the side? Let us know your thoughts about the JXP10 in the comments below! See you at the range.