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I took the plunge...

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    Distinguished Member Array The Old Anglo's Avatar
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    I picked up a Hi-Point 4595 .45ACP coupla months ago. What a tack driver it is,and no issues with over 800rnds through it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeye .45 View Post
    I like my PCC in the .357 variety, which goes with the "out of vogue" revolver. But it still works great for me.

    I think a lot of times, people are dishonest with themselves in their threat assessments, and skip over the PCC's for HD, in order to go all tacti-cool.
    I just went for the old work horse 12 gauge...LOL I think something like a PCC is a great option especially in what I assume is your 357 lever gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    I'm not going †o go out and buy a Hi Point, so I will have to settle for what I have.
    Guantes, you need any more mags for that? :)
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    No, I have plenty thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by First Sgt View Post
    I've been reading, looking, and pondering for a while concerning a compatible (with my 9mm handguns) carbine (9mm) that could be utilized for Home Defense if necessary or "bug out" SHTF type situations. I basically wanted to try and keep my self defense weapons in the same caliber to reduce ammo weight and different types of ammo, in the event the family and I found ourselves having to either defend or bug out and defend in transit. I figure with a red dot, I should be comfortable in being able to reach out and touch someone accurately, up to maybe 150 to 200 yards as well as handle close in requirements. After weighing several possibilities, I decided to get a Hi Point 995TS Carbine. Tough, lightweight, ability to add some aftermarket goodies, lifetime warranty, affordable, etc etc...The only negative for me was it has to have Hi Point mags and won't take my Glock mags...Otherwise, I'm excited, I took the plunge, and can't wait to get it..

    Does anyone have one of these little carbines? What do you think of it?
    Here is a pic of my wife's 995TS 9mm and my 4095TS .40 carbines. They both shoot excellent and accurate and have never had a FTF.
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