View Poll Results: Which Hi Point do you carry (or want to)? Please explain why in your post.

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  • 380 ACP Handgun

    0 0%
  • 9mm Handgun

    2 22.22%
  • 40 S&W Handgun

    3 33.33%
  • 45 ACP Handgun

    1 11.11%
  • 9mm Carbine

    3 33.33%
  • 40 S&W Carbine (for dreamers 'till May '10)

    0 0%
  • 45 Caliber Carbine (for dreamers 'till Aug '10)

    0 0%
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Thread: Hi Point Cafe (number 2)

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    Figured I'd post a new Hi Point thread so we could have a poll of what Hi Point we love the most. Hit the poll and continue discussion!

    Hi Point's rule!!!:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:ce lebrate:celebrate:celebrate

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    affordable, rugged, dependable. wait, isnt that chevy's motto?

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    One of the best 9mm long-gun, in term of fun. Over 2,000 rounds of 9mm in the 1st month...can be replace very cheaply unlike my Marlin Camp 9.

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    Like a rock baby

    Glad someone here has the carbine. Do you know of any after market mags you can get for it that hold more than 10 rounds?

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    Hi Point thread number 2.

    Evidently, the first one was unremarkable.

    Typical Hi Point.



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    did the poll, you all bought what i did nya-nya.

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    how you guys with the .45's like 'em by the way, just curious from the .40 crowd.

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    I hate to be a party pooper, but in no particular order...

    .40 S&W Hi-Point carbines have been available for years. The new TS model is projected for release in May but is already available online.

    http://www.oeoutfitters.com/scripts/...?idproduct=961

    Hi-Point has been releasing a .45 ACP carbine for years now. One day they might even do it. Don't hold your breath.

    Pro-Mag has a 15 round magthat works well in the old style 995 as well as the 995TS. The new style mag will work in an older gun, but the old style mag won't work in a new gun. Mine should be here any day.

    http://www.oquirrharms.com/index.php...558e0caac8a963

    Have a nice day.
    "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun."

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    Mr.FiredUp wrote:
    Like a rock baby

    Glad someone here has the carbine. Do you know of any after market mags you can get for it that hold more than 10 rounds?
    promag makes a 15 rounder, but the general consensus among owners is that they suck. really bad.

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    i have the c9 and the 995. love them both.

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    bomber wrote:
    promag makes a 15 rounder, but the general consensus among owners is that they suck. really bad.
    Really? How many of those polled have tried the new and improved version? My guess is zero. Everyone I know who has tested/used the new style mags has nothing but good to say about them... Myself included.
    "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun."

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    9mm Carbine so I can trick it out with tacticool parts.

    Just for fun.

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    So, I guess 15 round is as much as anyone has found?

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    cabbitone wrote:
    There are getting to be as many of these Cafe s as Starbucks....
    And guns are allowed here too!

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    I almost purchased a new C9 before realizing there's no chance in Hell I'll be able to conceal this pistol without a shoulder rig. I'm just to small of a guy. Anyone can demonstrate concealed carry with a C9? IWB holster in the small of the back seems like the best bet?

    Jeez Hi Point... slim down your 9 for us.

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    i conceal my c9. sometimes carrying OWB in a paddle holster, sometimes carrying IWB at 4 o'clock, or even 3 o'clock. it works better for me at 4 o'clock, it fits against my body better. its not easy, but its not too hard either.

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