Enhanced-Capacity Mags for Hi-Point 9 mm Carbine

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posted on April 26, 2016
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MKS Supply, distributors for Hi-Point Firearms, is now offering extended-round magazines for the Hi-Point Model 995 9 mm carbine. Previously only 10-round magazines were available.

The Redball magazine is a 20-round single-stack magazine, which has the appearance of two welded magazines, but actually features a polymer molded magazine-well stabilizer—called a locking plate—which makes the magazine fit firmly into the carbine’s grip. The result is the elimination of wiggling and an increase in feed reliability. 

Although the magazine is currently only offered in 9 mm, there are plans to offer the Redball magazine for Hi-Point's .40 and .45 ACP carbines in the future. MSRP is $24.99.

For more, visit Hi-PointFirearms.com.

For more on Hi-Point Firearms, please enjoy the following articles:

Hi-Point Firearms and the Man Behind Them 
Hi-Point Firearms .45 ACP Pistol Carbine 
NRA Gun of the Week: Hi-Point 459TS Carbine 
NEW Hi-Point 389TS Carbine 

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