After a weekend of vechicle repairs I finally got to test out da hIGH pOINT .45 with 2 modified crappy 1911 mags. The results were good, only had 2 stopages out of 90+ rounds of reloads (200 grn. RNL and a couple 200 grn semi-wadcutters) both were failures to feed and both cleared just by dropping the mag and racking the slide. did both rapid and slow fire and didn't have any problems with either. I had one mag that dropped out during a string of fire, which may have been because I bumped the release. I wouldn't want to use the 1911 mags for serious use, but they are crappy ($7 gunshow variety) and I didn't to the prettiest job converting them, but would feel confident if they were quality mags done by someone with some skill.
they maybe ugly and have the ergonomics of a power drill, but hi-point .45's have got my reccomendation.