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Old 09-20-2010, 04:10 PM   #31
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So, until Glock makes a pistol caliber carbine, I guess I'll add a Hi Point .45 carbine to the 9 mm I already own!

Glock doesn't but Keltec does. It's called a SUB 2000. Uses any glock 9mm or 40 mag available. Also folds down to fit in the same bag as your glock pistol.

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Glock doesn't but Keltec does. It's called a SUB 2000. Uses any glock 9mm or 40 mag available. Also folds down to fit in the same bag as your glock pistol.

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I'd like to see that unusual colapsable scope mount theyhave for the sub2000. It's supposed to collapse to one side to allow you to have a scope on it, and still fold it in 1/2. the scope mount moves the scope to the side and is supposed to hold true 0 when it is later put back into place...
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Met a shooter at the range that had a Taurus carbine in 40. Is anybody familure. He said he had put lots of rounds thru it. I fired it and liked it.
Haven't seen another since.He said 350.00 at a pawn shop.

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Hello...my first post here and Google brought me while searching for info regarding Hi Point camp 9's and Marlins. Tomorrow I'll be picking up one of each...a Hi Point 9mm and Marlin .45 Camp Carbines! We'll be heading straight to the ammo store then the range on the way home and I'll let y'all know how things turned out.

I'm trading a Norinco 12ga Coach Gun for the Hi Point but the Marlin .45 is kinda pricey at $475 but gonna tighten the belt for the month and pick it up anyways...I don't see these very often and gonna jump on both while I can.

Thanks much to this thread and all the helpful feedback here!

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Hello...my first post here and Google brought me while searching for info regarding Hi Point camp 9's and Marlins. Tomorrow I'll be picking up one of each...a Hi Point 9mm and Marlin .45 Camp Carbines! We'll be heading straight to the ammo store then the range on the way home and I'll let y'all know how things turned out.

I'm trading a Norinco 12ga Coach Gun for the Hi Point but the Marlin .45 is kinda pricey at $475 but gonna tighten the belt for the month and pick it up anyways...I don't see these very often and gonna jump on both while I can.

Thanks much to this thread and all the helpful feedback here!
Marlin is 10 times the gun that hi junk oh I meant hi point is
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