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 Post subject: Re: HI POINT 4095TS Carbine Range Report (NIB Stock)
PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 1:57 pm 
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looks like the 4095s didn't lose any of their greatness with the new stock. Nice shooting


Not at all, the new butt-stock is actually a lot better for the shooter than the old one. It absorbs a lot of recoil which helps maintain accuracy and control.

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 Post subject: Re: HI POINT 4095TS Carbine Range Report (NIB Stock)
PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:41 pm 
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Range News: Went through sixty rounds of FEDERAL Brass 40 S&W and not one jam, as far as accuracy well...pictures speak for themselves. This was at fifty yards, it was an out-door range and I had the whole place to myself, no distractions . Its very easy to stay on target and keep your sight picture with the scope. You can fire multiple rounds without blinking an eye, the scope is definitely my favorite part of this weapon. Magazine changes are getting faster and faster with "muscle memory" as the Army likes to call it. The carbine is a keeper!

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I love the carbines. If they would only make mags with more capacity.

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I love the carbines. If they would only make mags with more capacity.


Well that's why you shoot the carbine and then finish of with the JCP, twenty rounds total with-out reloading technically right? Also, the mags work flawlessly in the carbine, so I know its not the magazines messing up the JCP, another useful way to trouble-shoot.

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I am thinking its the mag catch in your pistol.... if I remember correctly its not a big deal to change out.... right guys???

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I am thinking its the mag catch in your pistol.... if I remember correctly its not a big deal to change out.... right guys???


Sounds good to me, where do I get one? Or do I send it back to mother?

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 Post subject: Re: HI POINT 4095TS Carbine Range Report (NIB Stock)
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Its up to you, you can call and ask for the mag release and spring and put them in yourself.... they would send you the parts for free I am sure.

Or you can arrange to have it shipped back to them, and they would do it, you pay shipping to them they pay back to you. No FFL required since it is going from owner to factory for maintenance. They usually throw in a free mag for your trouble, but that is not written in stone.

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Changing mag releases aren't a big deal IMO. If you can take your gun apoart to clean it then you should be able to handle a mag release change with no real problems. ;)

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Wait ... What??? You're supposed to clean guns?
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Changing mag releases aren't a big deal IMO. If you can take your gun apoart to clean it then you should be able to handle a mag release change with no real problems. ;)

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I am thinking its the mag catch in your pistol.... if I remember correctly its not a big deal to change out.... right guys???


Sounds good to me, where do I get one? Or do I send it back to mother?



Call Hi Point on Monday or e-mail them, they will ship the parts out toot sweet for free. If you don't feel comfortable trying to replace it yourself, Please send it in.

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I might send it in, its only gonna be about $10 shipping, let the professionals do I say!

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Make sure to include a note telling what the problem is, and your return address. A while back at the HPFF a guy sent his in and forgot to give them his return addy..... He waited and waited, and finally called them and they told him "Oh, so YOU are the guy that didnt give us a return address" LOL

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Yea I mean the carbine functions flawlessly so its not like I do not have another reliable fire-arm in the mean time.

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Make sure to include a note telling what the problem is, and your return address. A while back at the HPFF a guy sent his in and forgot to give them his return addy..... He waited and waited, and finally called them and they told him "Oh, so YOU are the guy that didnt give us a return address" LOL

Good point Waltham!
I just bought a P-11 used and had it sent to my normal (private) FFL.
I kind of forgot about it until the guy I bought it from asked if I had received it yet and if I was pleased with the deal.
I called my FFL immediately and he said...... "
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Oh! That's YOUR P-11?!?!? It didn't have a name on it and you never told me it was coming. So when I received it a week ago I just put it aside and figured someone would be calling for it sooner or later.
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ALWAYS ask the sender to write your name on the outside of the package when sending anything to an FFL for you. Some dealers get a bunch of packages at a time and if your name is on the outside it's easy to pick yours out.

Double and triple check to leave at least a note inside with address and phone number.

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