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 Post subject: Hipoint working on new caliber carbine
PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:07 am 
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Just saw an article saying hipoint has a 10mm carbine in the works...no plans yet for a pistola however.

http://www.guns.com/2017/09/19/hi-point-working-on-a-10mm-carbine-the-1095ts/

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 Post subject: Re: Hipoint working on new caliber carbine
PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:27 am 
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Gonna make quite a few hipoint owners and shooters very happy when they hit the market. I have a few friends who have been wanting a 10mm hipoint for quite a while now.

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I may even get one. Already shoot and reload 10mm... hmmm

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Very interesting. But more interesting for me if/when a pistol in 10mm materializes too.


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Just spent last night and this morning reading about 10mm. We like to shoot at cinder blocks with AKs and ARs. It takes a couple of shots to blow up a cinder block with a .223. The AKs 7.62 can send debris flying with one shot. It sounds like the 10mm would be on par with the AK. If the reloading components are a standard 40 s&w in a 10mm shell, it might be doable.

My reloading days are getting closer. I'll be starting on the wife's kitchen cabinets soon. Once she has her new kitchen, I'll be free to spend some time and resources on a new hobby. I should really take some pictures. I got the upper cabinets in raw maple on pallets in my warehouse. I'm gonna use 2K primer and shoot them with automotive urethane and finish with a mat clear.
If it turns out well, I'll order the bottom cabinets. If it doesn't...I'll have cabinets for my reloading room, and just buy the damn cabinets finished. If this project turns out I will have saved thousands.

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When they release them I will get one, hopefully they or someone else will come up with something a little more hi cap than 10 rd mags.... This is gonna be fun!!!!!

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Jalapeno Fritos wrote:
Very interesting. But more interesting for me if/when a pistol in 10mm materializes too.
Same, I'm more interested in a 10mm pistol.

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George Taylor wrote:
Just spent last night and this morning reading about 10mm. We like to shoot at cinder blocks with AKs and ARs. It takes a couple of shots to blow up a cinder block with a .223. The AKs 7.62 can send debris flying with one shot. It sounds like the 10mm would be on par with the AK. If the reloading components are a standard 40 s&w in a 10mm shell, it might be doable.

My reloading days are getting closer. I'll be starting on the wife's kitchen cabinets soon. Once she has her new kitchen, I'll be free to spend some time and resources on a new hobby. I should really take some pictures. I got the upper cabinets in raw maple on pallets in my warehouse. I'm gonna use 2K primer and shoot them with automotive urethane and finish with a mat clear.
If it turns out well, I'll order the bottom cabinets. If it doesn't...I'll have cabinets for my reloading room, and just buy the damn cabinets finished. If this project turns out I will have saved thousands.


For the cost of good 10mm ammo, you will for sure want to roll your own!
Same as .40 but for the longer brass/more powder, and large pistol primers rather than small.
LongShot powder without a doubt.

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 Post subject: Re: Hipoint working on new caliber carbine
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I like how in the video the guy says that they converted a .40 cal to a 10mm and then had feed issues.

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