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Hi Point Carbine Mags

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by whatzhizname, Aug 16, 2009.

  1. whatzhizname

    whatzhizname Southern Oregon and occasionally PDX Member

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    Any other Hi Point 995 carbine owners out there? My wife got me one for my birthday and I'm trying to find some extra mags for them. Can't seem to find the factory ones online anywhere, and I read nothing but terrible reviews of the Promag aftermarket ones.
    Help, please! :)
     
  2. billc

    billc Albany Member

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  3. whatzhizname

    whatzhizname Southern Oregon and occasionally PDX Member

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    Thanks a bunch for the link. I couldn't find the factory website when I searched online and was wondering if they even sold mags and stuff. I appreciate it!
     
  4. rusobr2

    rusobr2 prineville,or Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    i have one of these, and it is one of the funnest guns i own,they are usually dead on at 50 yds. ,any further, and you have to start adjusting.i'm not sure if this is a no-no or not,but there is a hi point forum,check it out for some pointers,steven
     
  5. Vstromvoyager

    Vstromvoyager Keizer Member

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    This is a fun little gun, you will not be disappointed with it. The factory also provides great support, and if things haven't changed, if you send it back for repairs they will add a mag for your trouble.
     
  6. theparanorm

    theparanorm Everywhere - Μολὼν λάβε Member

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    It is the one good unit Hi-Point puts out. Fun little gun and dead on 0-50 yards.

    +1 on staying away from promag! Go factory original. The only time this statement is false is if you have a little gunsmithing knowledge under your belt and are able to modify the feed lips on promag units. Otherwise...straight from factory promags are notorious for FTF. :thumbup: