Gun Report

Hi-Point Model 4095 .40 S&W

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No beauty, but kind to your pocketbook, Hi-Point’s model 4095, shown here with the compensator attached, shot better than the other two off the bench, and never failed to work. That’s one of several warning stickers on the butt stock. The forend grooves were to our liking, and the comp cut recoil drastically.

Hi-Point Model 4095 .40 S&W

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We could not find fault with the low-cost, lifetime-warranted Hi- Point .40 S&W carbine. With three of Hi-Point’s guns tested in recent months, we’ve come to expect these low-cost guns to work well, and keep on working.
The cast, clamp-on compensator was a worthy addition to the overall package. That well-protected front sight could be slid up or down as needed to match the available adjustments of the rear sight. The vented barrel shroud kept fingers off the hot barrel.
We had to shift our hand to reach the safety (upper arrow), but the mag release was easy to reach. Note the extended magazine for easier seating (lower arrow).

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