Hi Point has a huge following of people who love and appreciate the fact they sell their guns for inexpensive prices that the average working man can afford. While most manufacturers are selling their guns for well over $500, Hi Point has managed to keep their price point around $200 for the line of pistols, and around $300 for their rifle carbines. Oh sure, their handguns are big and bulky, and many people either love ’em or hate ’em. However, very few people complain about their carbine rifles.
The Hi Point pistol caliber carbines enjoy a nice reputation of being affordable and reliable rifles. I hear people often say the Hi Point handguns are not for them, but their carbine rifles are a blast to shoot. Where else can you get a carbine rifle chamber in .380 ACP, 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP for $300? The answer – nowhere.
Due to Hi Point’s reputation for quality carbines and their attractive price point, I just had to check one out.
To top it off, Hi Point just released its new “Hunter Series” of carbines that are available with a hydro-dipped finish in desert digital and woodland camo. The hunter series also includes a Konus 1.5x5x32 scope.
Upon learning of this new release, I immediately contacted Hi Point in an attempt to get my hands on this model to check it out for myself.
In the video below, I explain everything offered with the new Hi Point Hunter Series Carbine. I also demonstrate, at the range, its accuracy and the rifle’s features.
Comment below and let us know if you have experience with a Hi Point Carbine and what you think about this new Hunter Series offering from Hi Point.
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