Hi-Point 10 + 1 9MM Carbine w/16.5" Black Barrel/Black Synth Hi-Point 10 + 1 9MM Carbine w/16.5" Black Barrel/Black Synth
Model 995TS Condition Factory New Bud's Item # 60668 UPC 752334009951
Hi-Point 9MM Carbine
9mm Carbine Features
Barrel Length: 16.5"
Overall Length: 31"
Weight: 6.25 lbs
Stock: All-weather, black molded polymer
Capacity: 10-shot Magazine
All Hi-Point Carbine Features
All-weather, black polymer skeletonized stock
100% American-made parts and assembly
Sling, swivels and scope base
FREE trigger lock
Internal recoil buffer in stock
Last round lock open
Multiple Picatinny rails
Optional forward folding grip
Quick on/off thumb safety
Grip-mounted clip release
Specifications Action Semi-Automatic Caliber 9 mm Bbl Length 16.5" Capacity 10+1 Trigger Standard Safety Thumb OAL 31" Weight 6.25 lbs Stock Polymer Skeleton Black Finish Black *Please Note!! Many of our pictures are stock photo's provided to us by the manufacturer and do not necessarily represent the actual item being purchased. Please verify this picture accurately reflects the product described by the title and description on this page before you place your order.
Customer Reviews 20 Customer Reviews Average 4.8 out of 5 Kenneth K Gun shoots very accurate right out of the box. Feels solid and balances well in the hands. Easy sight picture makes firing pleasurable (even for my old eyes). Mild recoil but a slight pinch on the cheek weld. Trigger feels quite acceptable with no mush or creep. I give it an unofficial maybe 6 or 7 lb. feel.Positive repeatable reset so far. Magazine (10 rounder included) engaged with little effort and fed everytime. Magazine does seem thin and flimsy but does its job. Charging handle needs to broken in a bit as I experienced some hangup if handle was screwed on too tight or loosened itself after firing if undertightened. Maybe a washer in there would help? Action is klunky like the metal on metal feel of an ak-47 but when shooting runs milder and quieter. Followup shots are quite enjoyable and muzzle flip/climb are almost non-existant on this 9mm. I give this gun an impressive solid 4 stars -rough around the edges but plenty fun to be had for not a lot of cash for an American made value. Barrel was filthy before first firing, so much so I thought it may have been stored in a coal mine. Almost zero oil out of the box. My opion this gun needs to run a bit oily so plan on a proper cleaning and oiling first. Have not dealt with Hi-point customer service as of yet but there reputation from what I have read seems pretty good. This is a promising range gun and (time will tell) an easily swung compact home defender. 2 months ago Ryan S Two words.... ACCURATE & CONSISTENT! That's the best way to summarize this basic carbine. I'll be honest, I was a little self conscious taking this to the range so fired 2 of my other "nicer" guns first to establish I could shoot. Loaded this up with some Federal aluminum case 9mm rounds, aimed, and 1st shot took out the number on the center of the target. All doubts about the "Hi-Point" stigma immediately went away and no I'm not lying to you. While I've never liked "peep" sights in the past, nor have I ever fired a gun with a " ^ " wedge style front sight, it was extremely easy to hit the target with it. Surprisingly, I could actually see WHERE the bullet was hitting while still looking through the sight. The wedge makes this possible as it's not obscuring the bullet hole. Felt more like a red dot aiming set up where you just place the dot and fire. I was just placing the wedge and the bullet gratifyingly obeyed. Anyways, I've fired a bunch of assault to bolt-action rifles and this blows them out of the water accuracy-wise at close range. At 25', I had a silver dollar sized hole ripped out of the target and had to intentionally hit to the side of it as the bullets would easily KEEP going through that hole and that was still with my 1st box. Even firing quickly they went through as the gun is extremely easy to resight the target FAST with minimal rise. I was floored. Surprisingly, it was sighted in already. At 25 yards, it was equally as accurate. I do have a few minor complaints though. The magazine is pretty cheap and feels "cheap". While I had no actual issues loading a full 10 rounds of 9mm aluminum case, I found they didn't feed into the magazine as smoothly as my higher-end pistols. I also kept feeling like I was going to cut my thumb on the edges while feeding the rounds in, but it didn't happen. The front sight piece was NOT coated with a finish for some reason, and was essentially bare metal which I found extremely ODD as I'd at least expect a parkerized finish here. Someone else at the range had the .45 cal. version of this with the front grip and red dot, and it was the same way so it seems to be a conscious decision on Hi-Point's part to save $0.50. The bolt is on the left hand side, and takes some effort to rack it back which I don't like in a carbine caliber firearm, and I'm not thrilled with the actual lug they used which is essentially semi-loose and needs to be in order to lock it all the back into the receiver. Found I was having to rest the butt of the stock on my waist and rack with my left hand. Maybe it'll loosen up over time? On last round hold open, you need to drop the mag, rack the bolt so it slides forward, THEN engage the safety which I find very odd. Modern guns should be able to engage the safety regardless of where the mag is empty or not and the bolt is being held back on last round hold open. Final nit-pick is the stock is over kill for 9mm, and even .40-45 for that matter. While it's definitely rugged, a simple wire stock would suffice here and probably drop about a pound of plastic bulk off the gun. The spring but plate is useless for this power level and I found myself accidentally engaging it a few times while pulling the stock tightly against my shoulder, which took me off-guard as I had to re-position as I wasn't expecting it. Might take a dremel to it and hollow out it's guts and bottom spine. The gun is however surprisingly light as-is feels pretty well balanced too. I could easily hold this one-handed if needed and fire it and hit something nearby. Out of 100 rounds through it, every single one went off w/o issue. EVERY case ejected and it went 100% smoothly out of the box (I did nothing to it, no oiling, nothing). Despite the minor annoyances at the excess plastic everywhere, unfinished front sight, and the cheaply made magazine and odd safety set-up, I'm still definitely giving it 5 stars for the simple fact that you can NOT find a NEW 9mm carbine this ACCURATE, this LIGHT, this RELIABLE, and this fun to shoot for $246 anywhere else. PERIOD. At 25', I'd put this up against ANY high-end AR, AK, VZ, etc. and easily be more accurate and consistent with this. Yes, this one is that accurate. If you want more power, I suggest the .40 over .45 as the .45 is a heavier slug with lower FPS. If you want $11 boxes of ammo to burn through and embarrass the $1500 AR beside you accuracy-wise, buy this 9mm. 2 months ago Show More Reviews...