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Discussion in 'Hi-Point' started by PAPA G, Aug 28, 2010.
Hi-Point Firearms: 4595TS Carbines
folks been wanting one for a long time and the time has come.
well it's about time been waiting for a while now.
It's about time
It's been so long I have to wonder if this is a joke.
Now you just have to find one in stock somewhere.
Why don't they show the whole gun?
They do up at the top.
you really don't need a full picture of the gun because all the carbines look the same and all the pistols basicly look the same i have to look at my barrel before i go shoving mags in it because sometimes i grab the 9mm and have a .40 magazine in my hand.
Here ya go.
Hi Point 4595 .45 carbine w/ forward grip : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com
Southern Ohio gun has these available for $259.00 if you have an FFL Item number #Hipt-4595tsfg these are the TS carbines . Of course if you live in chinafornia it's a no go for you .Retail $379 listed .
Saw one at the Gunshow last Sat.
Was gonna buy the 9mm but all three got sold!
So has anybody bought or shot one yet? They took too long, I wanted one but don't care now.
I am in the same shoes rondog I bought the 40S&W carbine and now that they made there new guns technonerdie I don't imagine ever buying another one I like simple , blocky , ugly, perfection . I dont need lights and lazers hanging off my carbine . What I need is a hi-cap magazine that works .
I bought one for my youngest son's high school graduation present (that, plus a Benelli 12 gauge). It took about six weeks to arrive, and we had to go to a different range (our home range only does hand guns). It functions flawlessly, regardless of ammo type we used, and there is NO perceived recoil. He loves it and so do I. A drum magazine would be a nice add on...
I'll post pictures later.
Great. Somebody FINALLY posts some photos of the elusive HP4595 carbine, and all I see are red X's.
Okay, I figured out the technical difficulty I had posting these, and fixed it.
Here's 1/2 of the Moose's graduation present, and half-birthday present. He gets half birthday presents because his birthday is December 24.
Note: Moose is 6'5", so the firearm might appear smaller.
BTW, the other half of his present was a Benelli 12 gauge.
This is the plain vanilla 4545, no red dor, laser, score, or light.
How accurate it it? Those "high sites' makes me wonder.
Nice!!! I've been thinking about getting one of their 9mm carbines.
Well, the first time I shot my 4095 (.40 S&W), I had to keep moving my POA to the outer edges of the ever-widening hole. This is one box of 50 rounds. Sites were untouched, gun was literally taken right out of the box and fired. I did have to put a tiny piece of masking tape on the front post so I could see it against the black target. Indoor range, about 10 yards or so.
I'd get one in 40 but untill theres a high cap mag it's no deal.