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Old 04-03-2013, 01:10 AM   #11
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Why is this thread here in the Hi Power Section?

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Old 04-03-2013, 01:16 AM   #12
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Why is this thread here in the Hi Power Section?
My first thought also. Seems that folks want to chat carbine? Maybe a move?

Nice photos though.
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:31 PM   #13
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Just put it on hi point to see what people thought about the quality of their products ref a carbine because that's what I was looking at

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Be careful, and check to make certain that what you are buying is a 995TS, apparently the predecessor was junk.
Price is awful high, I paid $100 less, new, in Delaware in Nov. 2012 for mine.

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I also had a 995ST, it was a piece of junk. I don't think I ever was able to get through a whole mag without a jam. I tried different mags, ammo, etc.... I sold it to a buddy who had to have it.

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Old 04-03-2013, 11:36 PM   #16
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I have the new version in .45. I had no- to- low expectations for this gun. I bought it for my old lady, and it turns out I like shooting it. The sights suck, I tore those off. The rest, to my surprise has turned out better than expected for the price.

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Does anyone know where I can get an absolute answer if this 9mm carbine is allowed for purchase/transfer in Colorado? I am selling mine and although the disclaimer expresses that I am not liable for any laws against this gun...I dont wanna waste anyone's time if the buy is not eligible

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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
The only downside (for me) of the Hi-Point is the weight, it's kind of heavy for a PCC.
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Where does the mag go? Is it like a hand gun in the grip?EDITk never mind answered my own question that is odd looking to me. I may have to check one out.

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Where does the mag go? Is it like a hand gun in the grip?EDITk never mind answered my own question that is odd looking to me. I may have to check one out.
Its in the grip, the down side is they use proprietary mags, I can't find any high cap mags. I have heard of people modifying 1911 mags to fit.
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