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Hi-Point Carbine w/Front Grip 4595TSFG 45 ACP

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GUN TESTS GRADE: B
Yes, this was a roughly assembled product. It even took a hunk out of one of our testerís hands. But we canít look past the good sights and pretty dang good accuracy. The price ainít bad, either.

Hi-Point Carbine w/Front Grip 4595TSFG 45 ACP

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Common to all the Hi-Points are standard upper and lower Picatinny rails, some of which are all-weather black-molded polymer.
Several of our shooters liked the rifleís feel. The bolt handle looked like a hardware-store bolt that had been anodized, and the rifle will not fit in the cardboard shipping box with the bolt installed. You can see the hole in the bolt (arrow) where the handle bolt would fit.
Our testers praised the HPís sights, a shrouded adjustable front post and adjustable rear ghost ring. In accuracy testing, it was as accurate as the Kriss with two choices, and outshot the HK with everything.
In rifle form, the 45 ACP doesnít kick much, and in carbine form, we found the Hi-Point to be maneuverable.

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