I just caught up on reloading several years worth of 380acp brass. So I have a pile of live 380 laying around. But only have 1 gun that uses 380. It's a sig and takes heal clip euro style mags so it's not like it's going to break any time soon but it doesn't chew through ammo either. I didn't realize how much brass I had collected. 380 brass is so tiny 200 to 300 brass in a zip lock don't take up much room and it doesnt look like a lot of brass, then stash several zip locks in a few places and you have an infestation before you know it. So how about that hi point 380 carbine? It's cheaper than dirt. Is it some what reliable and can it hit a bunny at 30 yard? I'm setting the bar low since it looks like gun brokers ridiculously high prices put the cost of the high point at around $150. If not maybe I will just get another sig. If ricochets count too, I can reliably hit a bunny size target at 20 yd with the sig and it doesn't malfunction unless I'm developing or trying to use lower power plinking loads. There is a guy near me who shoots his 9mm high point carbine like every weekend and he seems to like it.