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Old 02-27-2014, 05:52 AM   #11
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Looks like a great companion carbine to the 92FS.

I'm willing to bet the increased MV of the longer

barrel probably gives it 100 yard range.
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Looks like a great companion carbine to the 92FS.

I'm willing to bet the increased MV of the longer

barrel probably gives it 100 yard range.
I was just going to ask what the effective range might be.
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Well,..some 9MM's have a "shorter" (Sry brain cluster) BARREL, like Box guns(M-10 & M-11's, and the MPA's) ...

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Two of my favorite things: 9MM and Carbines. It's like Reece's Peanutbutter cups....


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I was just going to ask what the effective range might be.
Assuming it performs similar to my Ruger PC9, I have good shot accuracy and groupings at 100 yards....

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I can't speak to the price of the rifle, but I see no reason not to get it. Less expensive than CX4 about the same as a conversion kit and 9 mm upper for your AR.

Everyone should have a Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) to shoot just for fun.

A Hi-Point 995ts might be a bit less expensive, but heavier and not as classic as the M-1.

My choice was the 4095TS in 40 S&W and that too is fun to shoot.

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I wouldn't mind it( the Hi Point carbine) if it had height cap mags (the 9MM) are only 10 or Aftermarket 15's


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The 9 mm carbine is a handy rifle, especially for women. The 9mm carbine is not intimidating to new shooters and it is much more capable than a 22 LR. I would not feel outgunned if I was defending my home with a 9mm carbine.
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