Hi Point 995TS 9mm Tactical Carbine (California Compliant)

  • Item Number: 995TS CA
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Product Description

Great news, Californians! America’s most affordable pistol-caliber carbine is now legal to own in the Golden State. This Hi Point 995TS 9mm Carbine comes equipped with a California-compliant paddle grip, and a new molded polymer stock that has been re-engineered to deliver improved handling and better accuracy in a target-design carbine. These Hi-Points offer reliability and accuracy at an affordable price which includes Hi-Point’s lifetime unconditional warranty and fast, expert service.

Hi-Point carbines are +P rated to accept all factory ammunition and feature:

  • All-weather, black polymer skeletonized stock
  • California compliant paddle grip
  • Free trigger lock
  • Sling, swivels and scope base
  • Last round lock open
  • Internal recoil buffer in stock
  • Picatinny style rails
  • Fully adjustable sights (“Ghost Ring” rear peep and post front)
  • Quick on/off thumb safety
  • Grip-mounted clip release
  • 10-shot magazine
  • 100% American-made parts and assembly

Firearm Specifications

  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Barrel length: 16.5 in.
  • Overall length: 31 in.
  • Weight: 6.75 lbs.
  • Sights: Fully-adjustable
  • Capacity: 10-shot magazine standard
  • Grip: California compliant paddle grip
  • Stock: All-weather black molded polymer

Customer Comments & Questions

Customer Reviews

(5 out of 5) Accurate and fun!
by from Canandaigua, NY on

I ordered this about a week ago and just received it yesterday from my FFL, so pretty quick all considering. Anyway, I was surprised this was NY legal, I was happy I could get this! It's obviously very wonky with the paddle grip but shootable. Just be careful since your thumb isn't around the pistol grip it can get hit with casings, at least that was happening with me. It is hard to get the the mag release but not impossible. I just use my middle finger to release it. I'm very happy I bought it, it's extremely accurate even with steel casing rounds.