I own a 995ts and a c9…
I love my 1095. I run it in a High Tower Armory stock. I will probably bring home a 995 and a 4595 when I stumbled across threaded barrel examples.
My 40 S&W Hi Point Carbine, cheap Red/Green Dot sight and a flash light/Laser . Did the MCarbo trigger spring replacement on it and the trigger is way lighter and a bit crisper then stock. Moved the sling attachment points to the left side of the carbine and will be getting/making a sling for it soon. Extra magazine mounts on stock for a total of 3 10 rds on gun and 2 more in belt pouch.
My wife surprised me with a 4595TS for Christmas 10 or so years ago. Nothing but good times. 1000’s of rounds of the cheapest 45 I could get through it. I originally had all the hipoint accessories on it but I’ve since took it back to basic with a red dot.
I bought a used C9 from a pawn shop many years ago cheap, people used to laugh till they shot it. Just don’t tear it down for cleaning, it’s not easy to put back together. Powder Blast & CLP required !Makes a good night stand gun on a budget or a boat gun but to heavy & cumbersome for a concealed weapon unless your wearing a heavy winter coat which I don’t own where I live.
I’ve got the 45 pistol and with the 14rnd promag in it you feel like you’re holding a hammer drill lol.
I have a 4595 and really like it but haven’t shot it much since getting my sub2000. It is what got me started on ppc’s.
I’ll stick to my Colt 1911 Gold Cup .45 ACP !
I am able to hit a half dollar sized target from 50 yards 8 out of 10 times once I installed the trigger spring. Before that I couldn’t hit the backstop. I fail to understand why so many people bad mouth Hi Point. It’s tough, if not the most elegant looking rifle but, it’s reliable, and it’s affordable and comes with a lifetime warranty. I just bought my third, a 10mm, and the trigger spring is ordered. I just can’t see spending three times the price only to gain an infinitesimal amount of performance. I’ll take my Hi-Point any day. I do agree with the naysayers regarding the pistol, it’s heavy, clunky, and not very accurate however, I did save my life with one once so I suppose I should be grateful for that. Made entirely in the USA as well, it gets my vote.
I sighted my 4095 in at 50 yards and can put all 10 rounds into the center of a man size target at 100 yards and all head shoots at 50 yards. I am pretty sure it will do the job if required.
I own the 995ts and the c9. I have an eotech halo sight on the carbine but I haven’t zero’d it in yet. So the sear spring kit makes an improvement in the guns?!
What I hear is “a friend of a friend had a hi point and it always jammed up”. I’ve never had a FTF or FTE with my 4595TS or the 45 pistol. They only eat economy fmj and minimal cleaning.
Well it sure did for me. I think it’s the best upgrade out there.I was ready to get rid of the Hi Point until I found out about the trigger spring upgrade. Once installed the accuracy improved so much It became my weapon of choice. I seriously cannot think of another upgrade that I’ve done that has had that much effect. For around a twenty dollar bill, the value can’t be beat.
If you need a firearm for any reason, just knowing that every police department in the country will not allow their officers carry a Hi Point speaks volumes. This also goes for backups and off duty firearms. Soooooooo “its not for me” either. Sorry Hi Point.
I recently acquired a 4595 from a friend that hated the trigger so much he sold it to me. It came with six mags, two sets of sights, a sling, case,& Tru-glo red dot sight. All for a very good price.
I used to own a gun shop so I’ve handled Hi Point pistols before but never the carbines. I actually own a 9mm & a 45 that we use when fishing or trail riding. They can take the abuse! Both have over 4500rds run thru them with only a couple FTFs.
I took the carbine to the range and ran a box of reloads down range. Wow! That trigger sucked big time! I later googled trigger fix for hi point and found M-Carbo. Bought the new trigger spring, stainless guide rod & recoil spring. The difference is incredible. Ran 150 more rounds thru it flawlessly.
I am liking this big clunky rifle more each day and if the SHTF I’ll toss it in my bug out bag in addition to my 1911, Ruger Blackhawk, and 10/22.
Buying the new parts from M-Carbo also brought me here.
I can see one of their PCC’s in my future. But I tend to like odd-ball firearms. To a degree, the less love they get the more I like them.
I have the hta stock for my 4595ts i love it!!!.. I just ordered the springs for it this mornin… can’t wait till they get here
@todd1975 Welcome aboard
thank you man… I can’t wait for my springs to get here n i got thier bench block too