Modern Firearms - Hi-Point Model 995
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Hi-Point Model 995 carbine (USA)

Hi-Point model 995 carbine, with optional muzzle brake and laser aiming module.
Hi-Point model 995 carbine, with optional muzzle brake and laser aiming module.

 

Hi-Point model 995 carbine, with camo-painted stock and optional red-dot sight.
Hi-Point model 995 carbine, with camo-painted stock and optional red-dot sight.

 

Hi-Point model 995 carbine with ATI stock, which is designed to mimic BerettaCX4 carbine.
Hi-Point model 995 carbine with ATI stock, which is designed to mimic BerettaCX4 carbine.

 

Type / action semi-automatic, blowback operated carbine
Caliber(s)  9x19 Luger / Parabellum and .40SW
Weightunloaded 2,6 kg / 5,75 lbs
Length 825 mm / 32,5"
Barrel length 420 mm / 16,5"
Magazinecapacity 10 rounds

 

Hi-Point model 995 carbine is one of the least expensive pistol carbines produced in USA. Still, it is sufficiently reliable for purposes of training,plinking and self-defense, and can be fired with reasonable accuracy out to 100-150 meters, especially if optical or red-dot sight is used. Its appearance in standard configuration is somewhat ungainly, but it can be improved with after-market polymer stock manufactured by ATI in USA. 

Hi-Point model 995 carbine is blowback-operated weapon which fires from closed bolt. Receiver is made from aluminum alloy, with stock (pistol grip, butt and forearm) being made from polymer. Bolt is of wrap-around type, with most of its weight being placed around the breech of the barrel. Cocking handle is located on the left side of the gun, ejection is to the right side only. There is no bolt hold-open device, but bolt can be manually locked back by pushing the cocking handle inwards once it is pulled all the way to the rear. Manual safety is located on the left side of the gun, above the grip. Magazines are inserted into pistol grip; only proprietary Hi-Point magazines (compatible with Hi-Pointpistols in respective calibers) can be used. Magazine release button is located at the base of the trigger guard. Standard sights are of open type, adjustable for range and windage. Optional Picatinny rail can be installed instead of the rear sight base; this will accept any compatible sighting device (a red-dot sight is a preferred type for pistol-caliber carbines).