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Hi-Point Debuts .45 ACP Carbine

August 10, 2010  | 

Photo courtesy of Hi-Point.

Hi-Point Carbines will introduce a .45 ACP carbine with a 17.5-inch barrel, a black molded polymer stock and a special high-durability black powder coat. The carbine has a nine-round capacity, weighs 7 1 /2 pounds and reaches 33 inches in length.

In addition to improved carbine handling and a longer sighting radius, the longer barrel will increase velocity figures between 80-200fps, especially with +P loads.

The black molded polymer skeletonized stock is lightweight and features a "grabby" surface, regardless of conditions or whether the user is wearing gloves. The carbine has three top-side and forearm bottom Picatinny rails for optional vertical grips, lasers, optics and lights.

The blowback design feeds ammunition from the compact single stack nine-round magazine that is interchangeable with the Hi-Point series of like-caliber semi-auto pistols.

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Comments (4)

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scpdblue @ 8/10/2010 6:12 PM

What a piece of crap. Nothin but a homie gun.If they make it in chrome they will sell thousands.

Robert S @ 3/4/2011 11:28 PM

Hey scpdblue there was a time when i also was a narrow minded pre judging not a homie as you call them..but an
lEO and have multiple AR AK HK series weapons..but i also own and love my 100% reliable little plinker Hi
point carbines and pistols they are fun, inexpensive and VERY reliable bad you have a narrow mind..ohh and made in the USA.

Patrick @ 1/4/2012 11:05 PM

I'm glad to see that the "new" stock for the 4595 is not quite as ugly as the original stocks on the 9mm carbines were. That being said, it is still ugly, but looks do not mean anything when speaking of a hunting, defensive, or tactical situation. I personally have owned 2 of these, and they both were always 100% reliable, and quite a surprising joy to shoot. For the low cost of them and the reliability, the carbines are pretty hard to beat.

Brett bourdage @ 9/24/2012 6:43 PM

I don't care what anyone says hi point has the best customer service out of any weapon company today. I have a carbine from them And it was having a problem ejecting the round so they sent me a brand new carbine in the mail. No questions asked they even sent me an extra firing pin and told me if it ever happens again just call and they will send another one. All this was after I shot over 5000 rounds thru the thing. They hold up good and I'm excited to see what the future has to bring for this little company good job boys keep making me and I'll keep buying them.

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