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Old 04-05-2013, 06:02 PM   #21
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There are no hi-cap mags for the carbine. It's factory 10 rounders or 15 rounders from Pro-Mag but HiPoint doesn't like the Pro-Mags as they sit up too high in the receiver and can break the gun.

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Old 04-07-2013, 06:23 AM   #22
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Ok I've been looking for one of these and I guess i will have to go get one tomorrow. The lgs has them for $400, up $100 since last fall but I don't see them at any of our gun shows so I guess I'll have to pay the new retail price. I've been wanting a hand gun caliber rifle so this seems too good to pass up. I'll report back after I get it to the range.

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Old 04-09-2013, 04:30 PM   #23
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I have a 4095TS and it is a nice gun, I got it for $320 with a red dot brand new. It shoots accurately, but must agree that the original sights suck. I have a target somewhere from about 20 yards I was hitting all my shots in the same spot within about an inch or 2 of each other, but I still need to sight it in. My best friend (who is a girl) fell in love with it and she keeps trying to take it from me lol not to mention it has a spring loaded stock and you barely feel the recoil

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Old 04-09-2013, 04:44 PM   #24
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Bought mine in 2009 for $270.

Nice little 9mm carbine, and fun to shoot.

Plus really reliable, never had a problem.

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I have a 4095TS and it is a nice gun, I got it for $320 with a red dot brand new. It shoots accurately, but must agree that the original sights suck. I have a target somewhere from about 20 yards I was hitting all my shots in the same spot within about an inch or 2 of each other, but I still need to sight it in. My best friend (who is a girl) fell in love with it and she keeps trying to take it from me lol not to mention it has a spring loaded stock and you barely feel the recoil
If I could find one with a red dot for that I'd buy it right there on an impulse.
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:08 AM   #26
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A friend of mine just bought a 995 and a 4595 new at Turners here in SoCal both for under $400 a piece. I'm thinking I may go get a 995 myself.

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Old 04-24-2013, 04:22 AM   #27
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I bought a 4095TS in december for $339.00 plus tax. It wears a 2-7x30MM scope and blows out the red bullseye at 25 yards without any problem, waiting for the weather to get better to take it to the outdoor range. (50 yards)

Fun gun to shoot.
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I bought mine in 2009. Its a 9mm with a buttstock magazine pouch that holds 2-10rd magazines. I added a cheap BSA red dot scope and its a very reliable little carbine. If I can see it I can hit it with my 9mm carbine. For the money you cant go wrong with the Hi-Point Carbine.

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Old 04-26-2013, 08:19 AM   #29
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I'm looking at getting one of these after having recently become a hipoint fan. My father in law recently got a Hipoint .40 pistol and it shoots flawlessly. 500 rounds no cleaning and only 2 problems 1 failure to feed and 1 stovepiped brass. Both malfunctions were after trying some Winchester FMJ which the gun did not seem to like, groups were way off as opposed to the Magtech FMJ we had been using. We tried the Winchester's after having already shot 300 rounds of the Magtechs. I would say that it was pretty reliable esp for the price

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I'm looking at getting one of these after having recently become a hipoint fan. My father in law recently got a Hipoint .40 pistol and it shoots flawlessly. 500 rounds no cleaning and only 2 problems 1 failure to feed and 1 stovepiped brass. Both malfunctions were after trying some Winchester FMJ which the gun did not seem to like, groups were way off as opposed to the Magtech FMJ we had been using. We tried the Winchester's after having already shot 300 rounds of the Magtechs. I would say that it was pretty reliable esp for the price
Nice 10th Mountain patch avatar! Were you or are you stationed on FT. drum? I grew up very close to that place.
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