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We have re-engineered our rugged and reliable carbines to deploy some serious attitude. From butt plate to front sight this distinctive new Hi-Point carbine virtually shouts CAN-DO!! The molded polymer stock has been re-engineered to deliver improved handling and better accuracy in a target-design carbine. Offered complete with your choice of optics, these Hi-Points are ready to shoot! Hi-Point carbines come in three calibers: 9mm, .40 and .45. Whichever Hi-Point carbine you choose, you are assured of reliability and accuracy at an affordable price which includes Hi-Point’s lifetime unconditional warranty and fast, expert service. Hi-Point carbines are +P rated to accept all factory ammunition and feature: All-weather, black polymer skeletonized stock FREE trigger lock Sling, swivels and scope base Last round lock open Internal recoil buffer in stock Optional forward folding grip Multiple Picatinny rails Optional flashlight Fully adjustable sights (“Ghost Ring” rear peep and post front) Optional laser Quick on/off thumb safety Grip-mounted clip release 10-shot magazine 100% American-made parts and assembly

Manufacturer Number 995TS
Type Semi-Auto Rifle
Action Semi-Auto
Barrel Length 16.5"
Caliber 9MM
Capacity 10-Shot Magazine Standard
Finish Blue
Grips All-weather, black molded polymer
Sights Fully-adjustable
Weight 6.25 lbs.

Item # HPN-995TS

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10 rounds kills this carbine. Compact pistols have a better capacity. Heck this is only 2+1 over some revolvers. Put a stock 20+ mag in this and I would consider it.

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Still only gonna get 10 rounds out of it when every other is a jam.

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Math is hard, let’s go shootin’

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As long as I don't have to bring this plastic monstrosity...

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Looking @ the comments timeline, wouldn't it be interesting to go back & tell these folks that C9's are going for 2 bills. I only hope that this post doesn't look as quaint after the next several mos.

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They also have the HI-POINT 1095TS 10MM CARBINE in stock for $290.45

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If you want a reliable 9 mm carbine this is the one to get. Just run a bore snake through it once in awhile and full take down after a couple thousand rounds. Had mine for years.

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Agreed, runs like a timex with nothing but bore snaking. Tame recoil, accessory rails galore, eats anything and if mine ever gets bad enough for take down, I'll drop it in the mail to Hi Point and let Mom do it under the lifetime warranty as I hear they usually come back with another mag. I have the accessory mag holders on the stock so 10rds from a stock mag doesnt slow me down much with 3 mags onboard, I mean how much extra lead do you need to carry?

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Bought mine the year it came out. Still had the 'Planet of the Apes' gun look. I have changed the stock and still runs through ammo like a charm. I do wish the new ones were Glock mag compatible. I would take this gun over the $400-$800 ones any day.

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Did Hi-Point ditch their .380 carbine? It's July and still not listed on their website.

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This is a good deal as during "The Panic", they got up to $369.

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Nice gun for the money. Bought mine from Kentucky Gun Co., and although there is another company selling about $25 bucks cheaper, I can vouch for the service that kygunco gave me. I got a buddy that bought the 40 cal. and he likes it. 17.5" barrel on it and I'm sure the ballistics out of it are pretty solid for the 40 cal or 45 cal if you want one of those and the reliability is suppose to be good on them. I bought the 9MM as described here and so far like it and it's run good for me. Best to grab a caliber with commonality with your handgun in my opinion. Of course 9MM is cheap to shoot also.

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What company is $25 cheaper?

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I'm considering getting one of these but can't make up my mind on the 9mm, 40 or 45 cal. Does anyone have any suggestions on the better firearm to get? I'm sure that your first thought will be get the caliber that you shoot the most, right? Well I have a number of guns in each of these calibers and have tammo for all. Next thought is get the caliber you like the most (40 & 45 cal) but they only have the displays left in 40 & 45 and they have some defects from daily handling of customers. I also hate buying display unless the store is willing to give a discount (this store will not discount for displays). Next thought is go with the cheaper caliber buy; well, I reload all 3 calibers and the cost per round is not really an issue. So I turn to the experts here; has anyone heard of issues of this gun in either caliber (9mm, 40 & 45 cal)? Or have a reason to choose one caliber over another? BTW: I don't hunt, not getting ready for the zombie apocalypse, nor want to be an internet soldier of fortune; I did my 15 years of military service 8 of them as 11B3V (look it up if you are wondering) and have 3 deployments downrange; I just like guns and love to shoot, so plinking would be the main purpose for this gun and any other reason if ever needed, you know what I mean? Thanks in advance for your comments and suggestions.

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Given all things are pretty equal for you regarding ammo, and having no usage requirement other than plinking, it really does come down to which caliber you prefer. Are you plinking at paper or plinking at metal drop targets? I have had 4 of these rifles, in 9mm and 45ACP. They are great for what they are and I would have no problem with them filling a home defense roll as with all firearms, you must understand its capabilities and limitations based on design before employing them for defense.
The .40 cal version hits the hardest ballistically speaking with the 45ACP edging out the 9mm. It comes down to many factors of course but the lighter the bullet, the faster it flies. A low grain .45 will still hit harder than the best version of the 9mm but the .40 trumps them both. It can generate over 800 ft-lbs of energy at the muzzle with a carbine length barrel esp. with a brand like Cor-bon. I've dealt with the customer service / warranty aspect of Hi-Point and they / its top notch! But for your purposes, I would say go with the 9mm just purely on cost of the weapon upfront. Hope this helps.

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You might want to look at the magazine options for this carbine. One U tube guy shows how slight modification to 1911 mags works well for the 45 cal version. That way you have some options with drum mags.

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I have this firearm in both the 9mm and 45acp versions. Both are fun to shoot. It really comes down to preference and use. I think 9mm ammo is cheaper nowadays so if you're going to shoot a lot, it would be more economical to get the 9mm. Of course, if for home defense or something similar, I would go with the 45acp version.

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9mm in a rifle reminds me too much of 22lr. I think 40 is a ridiculous caliber and almost all guns in a 40 are a lot cheaper than their counter parts... 4ACP caliber guns are typically more expensive and harder to control compared to 9mm. With that being said having a 45 with a stock would really help with shot placement so why not go with 45 since 9mm is so easy in a pistol there is no need for a stock.

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Well, 9mm is a lot cheaper to shoot than .45ACP. If I bought one of these rifles, I would probably go with a 9mm, because I could shoot almost twice as much 9mm as I could .45ACP for around the same price. And I would never use one of these for home defense, so I wouldn't need the power of a 45.

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Can you give examples of how guns chambered in .40-cal are a lot cheaper than the same gun chambered in 9mm and/or .45? Edit: I'll settle for one example.

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It's my opinion (and I think I saw an article in Guns&Ammo Mag) that the 40 is a slow dying caliber. It can't do much more than a good 9mm bullet, and with 40 you get fewer rounds. The ammo is more expensive, and has a much greater kick too. I'm not going to say the guns are cheaper, but I have seen a few 40 caliber Shields sell for less than the 9mm.

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The kick is minimal in such a large weapon. Ballistically, the .40 hits considerably harder with defensive ammo than the 9mm. Its actually a better round for a carbine application than for a pistol. I just shot a Glock .40 just yesterday with 40 of 45 rds staying in the 9 ring of the target with 5 shots in the 8 ring. The recoil really isn't bad and I'm recoil sensitive. But I realize this round isn't everyone's cup of tea either. To each their own, and you can't really go wrong with any of these calibers in this weapon.

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Handling a firearm does not give it a defect.

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Have a few thousand rounds through mine with not a miss. As pretty accurate at 100 yards.

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Does anyone know how these carbines have been re-engineered as per the description?

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They put a new stock on it. The first gen doesn't have the spring loaded recoil reduction system thingy at the butt and the first gen doesn't have any rails on it at all. I haven't shot the new one, but i think that's all they did. I think the new stock would be an improvement though.

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Thanks Coalzak. Imo they should ditch the recoil system on the 9mm and lower the price even if it's only a small difference. There's such little recoil with that round.

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Actually you'd be surprised at the recoil. It's not like a rifle's punch, but because it's just a blowback design it kind of has a slap to it- although it's more in the cheek than the shoulder.

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These are a ton of fun for the money. I've only shot the first generation, but the one I had had the creepiest trigger I've ever pull and the recoil kind of smacked your cheek- still fun though. Ammo cost wise there's really no savings over just shooting an AK or SKS since both the 7.62x39 and 9mm are both right at $0.20 per round. So if money was tight and I could one have one, I'd just go with a sub $300 SKS instead.

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Great gun -- reliable, sturdy, great warranty, and American-made. Works even with cheap Russian & Pakistani steel ammo. I bought a couple more magazines and clip for them that attaches to the butt of the stock. I'm also about to have mine threaded for a suppressor....fun times ahead!

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NFox, It must be worth quite a bit to be able to use the words magazine and clip in the same sentence (and correctly imo) - just to aggravate the gun culture grammar nazis

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If this had high capacity magazines, I'd own one. The 10 round magazine is a joke.

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10 rounds isn't a joke, it's called mag changing skills. I think you're trying to consider this gun in a role that it most likely wasn't designed nor produced to fulfill. I think the gun makes perfect since for at least a hidden cache consideration. Relatively cheap, reliable, can hide with a 9mm handgun, a couple hundred rounds of ONE CALIBER ammo and some accessories for an inexpensive but quite tidy and practical package. I bet you can hit something at 100-125 yards far more often with this 9mm carbine than you could with a 9mm handgun. That's the point, in my opinion.

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Agreed that the mag issue is problematic. There is a 15-round Pro Mag for the 9mm version though.

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Considering the accessibility of hi-points it's surprising no one else makes mags for them. Side note: Promag mags do NOT void the warranty on the 4095 or the 4595.

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Considering their price range and ability to be owned by anyone, you'd think there would be more companies trying to cut in to help sales.

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Can I assume you meant their sales and not help sales?

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Same

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