The Legend of the Yeet Cannon Continues

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Remember the amazing saga that was the Yeet Cannon? We sure do. Back in 2019, Hi-Point dominated the internet for a time with its crazy viral “Name the Nine” promotion. The people spoke, mostly with absurdity, but rather than shy away from it, the good folks at Hi-Point leaned into it. As a result, the Hi-Point YC9 was born. And the rest was history … until now. The Yeet Cannon returns in the form of the new Hi-Point YC380.

Hi-Point YC380 Details

The YC380 comprises Hi-Point’s top-tier .380 handgun. It features a threaded barrel for attaching a suppressor other muzzle device via 1/2-28 threads. The pistol comes with a Glock-style replaceable front sight, new stylized grips, backstrap safety and reversible backstrap for a custom fit. The newly styled slide updates the look while providing a mounting surface for red dot optics.

The precision-crafted barrel utilizes 9 LH twists for bullet stabilization. The rifling technology allows for consistent performance, according to Hi-Point. The 34.2-ounce weight should also help shooters control recoil. Finally, the pistol sports a 10-round magazine, capable of handling +P-rated ammunition.

“As a brand committed to innovation and customer satisfaction, we are delighted to introduce the Hi-Point YC380,” said Kara Boesenberg, EVP for MKS Supply. “We are super excited to continue offering hi-quality firearms at affordable prices, and the YC380 fits that mold perfectly.”

The new Yeet Cannon comes in a black/steel grey version, with or without a threaded barrel. It also offers an option with “YEET CANNON” engraved on the slide. Retail price is $229. For more info, visit

Hi-Point YC380 Specs

  • Caliber: .380 (YC380)
  • Barrel Length: 4.12 inches (1/2-28 THREADS)
  • Overall Length: 7.6 inches
  • Height: 5.8 inches
  • Overall Width: 1.4 inches
  • Overall Weight (unloaded): 34.2 ounces
  • Rifling: 9 LH twists
  • Magazine capacity: 10 rounds

Editor’s Note:

You gotta love the Yeet Cannon. The pistol that took the internet by storm returns in the form of the YC380. Hi-Point did some remarkable marketing to grab the pulse of the shooting world and they ran with it. The next iteration brings an optic-capable blaster for carry or just a day on the range.

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