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Hi Point 995 Semi-Automatic 9mm 10+1 Capacity 16.5" Barrel S

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Model: 995TSFG
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 62394
 
UPC: 752334099945
 
MFG: Hi Point

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HI POINT FIREARMS (MKS)      Carbine    
	
Hi-Point 995FGTS  Carbine SA 9mm 16.5" 10+1 Syn Skeleton Stk Blk  w/Fwd Fold Gri
	
Hi-Point's 9mm carbine has an all-weather, black polymer skeletonized stock
with an internal recoil buffer, multiple Picatinny rails, a sling with
swivels and a scope base. It has an 10+1 capacity and a quick on/off thumb
safety, grip-mounted clip release and last round lock open feature. This
carbine comes with a 16.5" barrel for an overall 31" length, post front
sight and fully-adjustable ghost ring peep rear sight. Hi-Point produces
affordable, American-made firearms featuring 100% American parts and
assembly. Hi-Point handguns are +P rated and accept all factory ammunition.
Each comes with a free trigger lock. Other models of this 9mm carbine begin
with the standard 995TS and include a forward folding grip, flashlight,
laser, optics such as a 4x25 scope, 4xRGB scope, red dot sight, OR a
combination of these extras.

	
SPECIFICATIONS:
Mfg Item Num:       995FGTS     
Category:           TACTICAL RIFLES               
Action              :Semi-Automatic
Caliber             :9mm
Barrel Length       :16.5"
Capacity            :10+1
Trigger             :Standard
Safety              :Thumb
OAL                 :31"
Weight              :6.25 lbs
Stock               :Skeleton with Sling Swivel
Metal Finish        :Black
Muzzle              :
Receiver Material   :
Sights              :Adjustable

UPC Code: 752334099945
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Black
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber 9 mm
Barrel Length 16.5 "
Overall Length 31"
Trigger Accutrigger
Safety Thumb safety
Capacity 10 + 1
Stock Fixed
Weight 6.25 lbs

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Reviewed By: Kenneth P on 10/11/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Came to me flawless, no damage with one magazine. I got the model with the fore grip (S model). I mounted a Red Dot sight. I have fired about 400 rounds through it so far. The barrel gets pretty dirty, at least with the ammo I was using (several manufacturers) so be sure to run patches through the barrel after each shooting session. The Rifle itself does not have to be broken down but about 1500 - 3000 rounds.
I was expecting that I would have problems to chamber the first round (based on other comments) and sure enough the first round frequently failed to load (strip) about 50% of the time. After loading it would fire and chamber the next round without fail. I did after trying a few techniques that the following did seem to nearly eliminate the load failures. As I draw the bolt back with my left hand, I slide my index and middle finger on my right hand down and under the magazine to press up a bit. As the bolt is going back I could feel the magazine move slightly up as the bolt cleared. Maintaining pressure and releasing the bolt the round would then chamber as it should. A small thing to do and I quickly developed a habit of doing that and it didn't slow me down. Most every gun has it's share of quirks so this is just one of them. No big deal.
Rifle is easy to handle. Recoil is mild - hardly really need the spring butt pad.
Accuracy - 100 yards or less, easy to get hits. It is a pistol caliber carbine, after all.
Do not get the non Hi Point extended mag - YouTube has a *ton* of videos showing problems - and it will void your warranty. Hopefully Hi Point will come out with a 30 round mag some day.
Di-assembly instructions are not very good. There are several very nice step-by-step videos on-line. Don't discard the Hi Point tool!!! You will need that to disassemble. Di-assembly is not all that difficult (with a video).
Over-all, I'm glad I got it, it's pretty fun to shoot, and I would not have a problem recommending the rifle.
As expected, the process with Buds was painless.

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Reviewed By: Rob S on 05/14/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
After reading several reviews i decided to order the 995TSFG and give it a try.... all i can say is WOW this thing is GREAT value for money!! Ive probably shot around 500 rounds thru it so far without cleaning and had not one single problem!! This thing is so much fun to shoot i take it with me every time i go to the range and it always seems to attract attention, everyone wants to shoot it. Ive found it to be SUPER accurate, i can shoot the center out of a target with ease, i did replace the iron sights with the red dot from the hi point web site and i like it a lot better even though it took me a while to get it dialed in properly. I also ordered the OEM 2 magazine and stock holder upgrade for it so i wouldn't have to re load as much. If you are on the fence about this thing i would say go for it!! I have absolutely no regrets about buying this fire arm, a lot of people get hung up on the "Hi point" name but let me tell you this thing has been nothing but reliable,accurate and most of all FUN to shoot. By far the best $300 I've ever spent on a fire arm.

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Reviewed By: William D on 04/06/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I have put over 1000 rounds through this weapon with no issues at all. Tight one inch grouping at 25 years and hardly no recoil.

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Reviewed By: joshua w on 03/04/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Very pleased with this little carbine. Looks mean and shoots like a dream, the only thing I can suggest is to get a better sling.

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Reviewed By: william l on 07/16/2013 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
although i have read good and bad comments on these weapons, i took a chance on it. i have to say that the weakness to these are the magazines. i purchased 3 additional factory magazines with it and none of them would feed correctly. sometime they would feed with no issues and then the next load would double feed and the bolt would lock up. although i realize this is not a firearm id use in the field, i was hoping it would be good enough for home defense, but reliability is i think more important than the caliber. also the inserts in the box it was shipped in stated that use of non-factory aftermarket magazines would void the warranty as it can damage the feed ramp, so unless you are willing to take a chance and render it totally useless even to sell off, you are stuck with shoddy magazines. these firearms are made in the U.S.A. but buyer beware, this may have been something that could have been tweaked out, but when i purchase a new firearm, i expect it to function as designed and this firearm by no stretch of the imagination does as advertised. i unloaded it as fast as i could locate a dealer willing to work with it's shortcomings. this review is in no way a negative to buds, they are great to work with, and i understand that they need to have weapons with lower price points for those who are on a budget, but my advice is, save up and go quality, you really get what you pay for and this is a case of my trying to cheap out and it bit me.

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