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All Hi-Point 9mm guns (pistols or rifles) shoot 9x19 or 9mm Luger. 9x18 or 9mm Makarov is an Eastern Europe, Soviet round. I have owned 2 Hi-Point carbines and 1 pistol. Loved the carbines; wasn't crazy about the pistol. 9mm Luger(9x19), 9mm Makarov(9x18), and 9x17 (usually called 380) are close in size; but not interchangeable.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
by dan j
Saturday 07 March, 2009
Man this carbine is a KICK IN THE ASS to shoot-just got it 2 days ago and only have an indoor range available but shot 5 mags and it was flawless and a really good buy for a "fun" 9MM. The frenzy on guns has people around here trying to sell this puppy as a "compact ASSAULT rifle". All 10 or 15 rounds of it.:)Rating is based on PRICE!!!!!!!