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    gobblerman601 is offline Junior Member
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    new to the forum and handguns in need of advice

    I recently picked up a 1953 star model f sport .22lr anyone got any info on these? Should I keep it? I got a guy wanting to trade a hipoint c9 for it but cant find anything on the star any advice appreciated

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    Steve M1911A1 is online now Senior Member
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    If the Star Model F is in good condition and operates properly in all respects, and if you want a .22 rimfire pistol, my suggestion is that you keep it. The Star is of better quality than a Hi-Point.

    If you prefer a 9mm pistol, and can put up with a reliable, accurate gun that will not last very long, then I suppose that you could make the trade.
    Hi-Point pistols are made of soft, non-ferrous, die-cast metal, and are not known for their longevity. People who own them say that they work well, though.

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