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Old 01-22-2012, 04:25 PM   #1
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i dont know the exact name of this gun but its made by hi-point firearms i was wondering if anybody had a review your reply would be helpful thanks

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Old 01-22-2012, 04:30 PM   #2
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Hi point 9mm carbine 995t. Thats the newest model. Its gonna run you about $250-$300 completely decked out with toys. Its a very good gun for the money. I hqd an older version and loved shooting it. Its good for about a hhundred yards. Uts hard to get it apart though it comes with its own tool to disasemble. If you do buy one make sure you buy it from the website or else your probably gonna over pay. Plus theres a lot of customizing to be done online if you dont want the crude iron sitghts.

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Also i belive they make a version in .45acp aswell.

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yeah i saw that a 9mm would not cost as much to shoot

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yeah i saw that a 9mm would not cost as much to shoot
Ya thats was the reason i got it. I could spend a hole day at the range with that and my .22 for around 20 bucks.
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Here is the Hi-Point 4595TS4x.
It is a very nice shooter.

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I have one of the new ones in 9mm with a red dot, I have to say its a fun little gun. It shoots well, there's almost no recoil, and for its price, it's surprisingly accurate. Also, no matter where you get it, it comes with a lifetime warranty from Hi-Point. If you're conscious about where you're stiff comes from too, it's made in the USA

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Can't really go wrong for that price! Any other 9mm cravings are gonna run u alot more like the beretta storm (that's an awesome shooter) or u could go mid range with kel-tec they have a 9mm carbine that folds in half thats a nice one too

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As much as "gun snobs" look down on all Hi-Point products, the reviews on this weapon are generally good. The 9mm shot out of this gun is about as effective as a .30 cal. carbine. Hi-Point's warranty reputation is very good as well.

Not everone can afford a tricked-out AR type weapon, this is a good choice for someone on a budget. (I want one of the .45s)

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As much as "gun snobs" look down on all Hi-Point products, the reviews on this weapon are generally good. The 9mm shot out of this gun is about as effective as a .30 cal. carbine. Hi-Point's warranty reputation is very good as well.

Not everone can afford a tricked-out AR type weapon, this is a good choice for someone on a budget. (I want one of the .45s)
I agree, i would rather buy a cheaper gun that works and has good CS then spend 1k+ for a gun that has constant FTF and terrible CS.. Hi Point actually cares about the customers, some just care about money and getting the product out the door.
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