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leglesscrow 12-26-2008 05:39 PM

Red Dot Sight For High Point Model 995
 
I recently bought a High Point Model 995 Carbine! I LOVE IT! Its a GREAT little gun. I want to upgrade to a "red dot" sight, but i don't know what to go with. I would like to stay under 150 bucks, but what is the best one to go with for this gun? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

flyingbrickracing 01-27-2009 11:05 PM

I have a Pine Ridge from Cabela's on my 995,It was on it when I bought it and the guy I bought it from said it cost about 70 bucks.

canebrake 01-27-2009 11:45 PM

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Originally Posted by leglesscrow (Post 57602)
I recently bought a High Point Model 995 Carbine! I LOVE IT! Its a GREAT little gun. I want to upgrade to a "red dot" sight, but i don't know what to go with. I would like to stay under 150 bucks, but what is the best one to go with for this gun? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

This one eye type?

Walther 1x45mm Red Dot Reticle Tactical Sight Scope Pro - eBay (item 280291691609 end time Feb-02-09 08:50:40 PST)

or this two eye reflex? I have this one and love it!

Tactical Sand UFC552 type Red and Green dot sight GP686 - eBay (item 260326932662 end time Feb-02-09 08:47:41 PST)

http://i414.photobucket.com/albums/p...ACP/zombie.jpg

leglesscrow 03-04-2009 10:55 PM

Yeah! I definitely want a reflex! Thanks for the tip! Ill be sure to check it out!
...Thats a sweet ass AK by the way! Ive got one of those also with a black synthetic stock!

45cal 06-22-2009 05:56 PM

highpoint45
 
i gave $188 shell gun everything money well spent.the wife even likes it .i think it is everybit as good as a smith wesson

canebrake 06-22-2009 07:50 PM

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Originally Posted by 45cal (Post 120433)
i gave $188 shell gun everything money well spent.the wife even likes it .i think it is everybit as good as a smith wesson

I'm really biting my tongue! http://i695.photobucket.com/albums/v...ebrake/261.gif

And its Smith & Wesson.

skullcrusher 06-22-2009 07:58 PM

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Originally Posted by canebrake (Post 120471)
I'm really biting my tongue! http://i695.photobucket.com/albums/v...ebrake/261.gif

And its Smith & Wesson.

I decided to not even pay attention to that one, Cane. I even own a High-Point pistol in .45 and the .40 carbine. The only Smithy I have is an old Model 10 in .38 special.

Once I read that one, I shook my head and ran away...:eek:

RL357Mag 06-22-2009 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by leglesscrow (Post 57602)
I recently bought a High Point Model 995 Carbine! I LOVE IT! Its a GREAT little gun. I want to upgrade to a "red dot" sight, but i don't know what to go with. I would like to stay under 150 bucks, but what is the best one to go with for this gun? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!


I bought a cheap BSA ($22) red dot for my HiPoint.40 Carbine. It looks exactly like that Walther red dot. The damn thing shoots 2" groups at 50 yds with the peeps, so I decided not to fu^k with it. To install the sight rail on that gun you need to remove the rear sight - now if your battery dies you're screwed!

7.62 Man 06-22-2009 10:15 PM

I put a cheap red dot on my Hi-Point 9mm Carbine, and the Girl freind loves it. She can shoot the center out of a target at 50yds no problem. She keeps telling me that's is her gun now.:o

therewolf 03-31-2012 04:49 AM

I just got a 995TS Carbine (9mm). You can remove the iron sights and

put a reflex sight on with a couple Allen wrenches and no mods.

They are a perfect match, IMO.

I'd go with a less expensive sight, otherwise it would go against the

whole grain of overall cost, but there are many to choose from, and

pretty much any of them will get the job done, considering the range

of the unit.


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