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Old 03-31-2013, 12:23 PM   #1
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Just saw a listing for hi points rifle. On paper it looks to good to be true. Does anyone have one, I don't know any hi point product owners so only heard rumors about quality of product
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Old 03-31-2013, 01:00 PM   #2
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The carbines have a much better reputation than the pistols have. I've not found anyone that had much bad to say about them. I've shot a couple and they seemed to be pretty nice shooters.

They do have that Planet of the Apes vibe about them but for my that kind of adds to their charm.
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I love my 995TS and wouldn't hesitate to use it for HD, but I have better options. It is great fun to shoot and pretty damn accurate out to about 50 yards, I haven't tried it past that distance.
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They have a lifetime warranty and their customer service is fantastic.
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I love my 995TS and wouldn't hesitate to use it for HD, but I have better options. It is great fun to shoot and pretty damn accurate out to about 50 yards, I haven't tried it past that distance.
Ditto! Mine hits dead nuts at 50yards
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Thank you all. May have to go shopping soon
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I like mine. It's fun to shoot.image-3545787637.jpg
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Now I just have to find one
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For you that do have them what would be a decent price you think lgs has one for 375 on consignment ?
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For you that do have them what would be a decent price you think lgs has one for 375 on consignment ?
I got mine in.45 for $369 on sale, usually $399 to $429 in California. Get it if it's only $375. It's a fun gun.
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