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Hi Point® 4595 .45 ACP Semi-automatic Carbine Centerfire Rifle. Looking for a tactical carbine without spending a tactical fortune? Look no further, because nobody does value like Hi Point. Every Hi Point firearm is 100% American-made top to bottom, and test-fired for proper function. And, of course, they're all backed by the Hi Point lifetime no-questions-asked warranty. The 4595 puts all the rugged, torture-proof durability and value together to form an outstanding pistol-caliber carbine for the price. 4595 Semi-automatic Carbine Centerfire Rifle special features:
- All-weather polymer skeletonized stock
- Internal recoil buffer in stock for added comfort
- Fully-adjustable ghost ring rear peep and post front sights
- Grip-mounted mag release
- Quick on / off thumb safety
- Weaver® style rails for accessories
- +P rated to accept all factory ammo
- 100% American-made with American components
- Backed by the Hi Point lifetime no-questions-asked warranty
Specifications:
- Caliber: .45 ACP
- Action: Semi-automatic
- Capacity: 9+1
- Barrel length: 17.5"
- Stock: Skeletonized polymer
- Sights (front / rear): Ghost ring / post
- Overall length: 32"
- Overall weight: 7 lbs.
MPN#: 4595TS

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The carbine rifles make definitely seem to be better than there balky pistols

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Drunk much komrad?

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Alot of folks hate these ugly beasts, mine however is rock solid and like a laser wouldn't be hesitant about grabbing it and having to go, its been nothing but reliable for almost ten yrs

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I've got the 9, but I can't agree. Ended up having to polish the feed ramp to get the thing to feed, most of the time. Lots of play in the action and mag. Will it go bang? Probably, but it's a plinker that I wouldn't trust my life with. You're getting what you're paying for

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I bought a 9mm right when they came out. Has never let me down. Since yours has a lifetime warranty, you should send it in for repairs.

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My experience with this particular model has been like I said nothing but positive I've heard stories of damn near every make and model having problems ,my 4595 is solid

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I hope yours stays that way, I'm just never buying a hi point again. When you pay bottom dollar for something, don't be surprised when a bunch are lemons.

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A bunch? I see just as many people on youtube having trouble with a gun they paid 2-5 X more for. If people do have trouble with their rifle, they usually send it in for repairs. But I am guessing that Ruger, Springfield, Taurus, and the other big names have about the same amount of guns come back for repair as Hi-Point.

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Dude, comparing any high point to most ruger's or springfield's is like comparing a yugo to a toyota. Taurus can be american brands. Might go boom, but smack with wrench will fix if not, right komrad. Always can yeet as fail safe.

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“Backed by the Hi Point lifetime no-questions-asked warranty“ just send it back. LGS & my FFL transfer agent have both shared stories about Hi point’s good warranty service. Going so far as to send replacements in lieu of repair, original owner or not.

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I've wrote it off and gave it to dad, the whole thing is too wobbly for me to trust anything they make. I'll stick with my ar9's, prefer something I can tune in house and has more metal than plastic.

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