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 Post subject: Re: Howdy from the Texas Hill Country
PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:11 pm 
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Location: Texas
Favorite Hi-Point: 4595
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Age: 71
Just doing a little bit of follow-up here. I finally found time to take the carbine to the range with a box of Wolf elcheapo Russian steel cartridges. The rifle went through the entire box without a bobble, using all four of my mags. On top of that, using the 25 yard pistol range, it blew a four-inch hole in the paper target (with a few flyers, of course). Folks there could not believe their eyes! I guess this carbine is a keeper. And Sam, I will be buying that mag you sent me. I really appreciate your help and strongly advise shooting this mama before sending it anywhere. Mark me a satisfied Hi-point buyer!


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 Post subject: Re: Howdy from the Texas Hill Country
PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:58 pm 
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Favorite Hi-Point: 4095
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Location: Near Muskogee Ok
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Hi Points ain't gonna win any beauty contests, but they are generally a very reliable, tough firearm. Welcome to the family of satisfied customers.

I have an original 4095 carbine, haven't shot it in years. But I have no doubt that if I picked it up today and slapped a mag in it that it would work flawlessly.

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