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Old 01-14-2011, 09:15 AM   #11
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Got one with the new stock, it a good gun. Go get you one.....
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Yea I think im going to, for the money you really just cant beat it, any recomendations on what caliber to get?
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Old 01-14-2011, 05:23 PM   #13
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Mine has been reliable, fun to shoot and accurate. I went with the 9mm. I have nothing in the 40 and don't plan on getting anyting in the 40...Give me a 1911 or Glock 19 and I'm happy...
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Old 01-15-2011, 04:29 AM   #14
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I have the 4095 and love it. I have been extremely open and honest about the Hi-Points I own almost to a fault on this forum.

I would like to get the other two calibers in the carbines. Probably the .45 next since I won't have to go buy ammo for it right off the shelf. When I bought the .40 S&W, I was looking for the 995 for a while and got impatient. I am happy.

I saw the 4595 last week with the new stock and I was surprised to see it priced over $300. I will probably still get one anyway and try to wear it out and make good on the warranty. It is lifetime and transferrable.
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While I think having one or two cheap guns is OK, I wouldn't have more than that in my pile of stuff. I recall a guy, came into my shop one day, he bought a Hi-Point Pistol & a Hi Point Carbine. Next visit he wanted to buy 4 more Hi Point guns. I had to tell the guy that I thought it would be better for him to have one really well-made gun than 4 Hi Points. He bought an EAA Witness and then a Ruger and let me know that He now agrees with me.
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Old 01-15-2011, 07:43 PM   #16
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Got one with the new stock, it a good gun. Go get you one.....
What kind of new stock does it have? thought they only made it with one type.
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I totaly agree, Hi point is mostly for just shooting. I have a quality gun as well but at 129$ for a hand gun cant really beat it
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I picked up a 9mm Hi Point Carbine over the weekend for $60. Took it out Sunday. Shot great. Accurate and no feeding problems. Another plus is Hi Point wants me to send the firearm to them so they can update and replace any worn parts free of charge. Can't beat that.
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A friend of mine sent his in to get a new firing pin put in it and got it back with the new stock on it. I never thought much of them but the more I read about them the more I think about picking one up in .40.
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Old 01-19-2011, 09:52 PM   #20
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Absolutely, get one.
We have 3, to with the old stock and 1 with the TS, and we bought my son one he put an ATI stock on.
All are fine, fun guns.
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