NEW Hi-Point 3895TS Carbine

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posted on January 29, 2016
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Hinted at during the 2015 SHOT Show but unveiled at the 2016 show was the latest addition to Hi-Point’s line of pistol caliber carbines—the .380 ACP-chambered 3895TS. Dimensionally identical to the other models in Hi-Point’s rifle line, the 3895TS measures just 31” long with a 16.5” barrel and weighs a slight 6.25 lbs. The rifles feature fully adjustable sights (ghost ring rear with post front), and have Picatinny rail sections along the top of the receiver, under the fore-end and under the barrel. The 3895TS feeds from a 10-round-capacity detachable magazine and is +p rated. Available in black ($297) and Muddy Girl ($359). For more on Hi-Point’s entire product line, go to hi-pointfirearms.com.

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