Hi-Point Firearms Go Camo

Hi-Point Firearms Go Camo
Hi-Point Firearms Go Camo
Hi-Point Firearms
Hi-Point Firearms

Dayton, OH -(AmmoLand.com)- Hi-Point pistols are known for their robust construction and affordable prices. Now they’re going camouflage.

Okay not that much camo – that you can’t find it when you need it – but the colors are pretty cool. They also match the recently released new line of Hi-Point camo carbines so now one can have a matched set since Hi-Point pistol and carbine magazines are fully interchangeable in .40 and .45 of the same caliber.

The hydro-dipped camouflage patterns are: Digital Desert Tan; Woodland (made up of subdued green, brown, black, grey, and beige); and a fun wild pink/black camo pattern. www.hi-pointfirearms.com (click the Products tab).

Hi-Point pistols are available in .380 ACP, 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. The .380 has a new compensator (not suppressor) model available for an additional $8.00.

Camouflage Pattern Hi-Point MSRP:

  • .380………….. $188.00 (compensated model add $8.00). Pink camo only.
  • 9mm…………. $229.00 Available in all three camo colors.
  • .40 S&W…….$239.00 Available in all three camo colors.
  • .45 ACP……..$239.00 Available in all three camo colors.

These new durable camo colors and patterns are a fun and attractive option for Hi-Point customers who want more than a standard black pistol and at a price point for a pistol they can afford to actually use the heck out of.

MKS Supply
MKS Supply, LLC

About MKS Supply, LLC:

MKS Supply insists on high quality, reliable firearms. We insist on guns that are easy to own and service. Most of all, we insist on value.

For more information, please visit www.MKSSupply.com and www.MKSChiappa.com.

About Hi-Point Firearms:

Hi-Point offers affordably-priced semi-automatic handguns in a range of the most popular calibers including: 380 ACP, 9mm , 40 S&W, and 45 ACP. Hi-Point firearms are very popular with recreational target shooters, hunters, campers, law enforcement and anyone seeking an affordable, American-made firearm. Whichever model you choose, you are assured of reliability and accuracy at an affordable price.

For more information, visit: www.hi-pointfirearms.com.

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Shawn Bane

I have owned several Hi-Points over the years. The only problems I have had were with the C9 the 9mm. The others worked fine. I do not recommend for carry, too big and bulky. As a drawer/home/BOB/range gun, you can not beat them.


That’s actually pretty cool and a nice neat job.

Some people dis Hi-Points, but they work and they are reliable guns for people on a budget. And to be honest, I own lots of more expensive guns like Desert Eagles, Glock, Springfields and others, but I also own several Hi-Points and they shoot great. Very accurate.


I painted mine neon green with a bio-hazard symbol on the handle for the zombie apocalypse.


Why bother?


Because we can, that’s why Mr. Gun snob

Mark F.

You can dress it up all you want. A hunk of clear plastic will never be a diamond. And what’s with the .380 only coming in Pink? I know plenty of men who EDC a .380 (though, not a Hi-point).