New Hi-Point 10mm Semi-Auto Carbine

Hi-Point 10mm Semi-Auto Carbine
Hi-Point 10mm Semi-Auto Carbine

Dayton, OH-(Ammoland.com)- New for 2018 is Hi-Point's high-performance carbine in 10mm Auto.

At only $389.99, this new carbine will shoot with much higher dollar carbines and of course will send the bullet just as fast. Hi-Point began work on this project in the spring of 2017 due to customer demand for an affordable carbine platform chambered in this powerful pistol cartridge.

When a 10mm round is fired from a barrel several inches longer than a handgun, the velocity, range and energy really jumps up, making this carbine so powerful it's even legal for big game hunting in some states.

“This new carbine chambered for the potent 10mm cartridge will make a lot of buyers happy,” says MKS president Charles Brown. “Tough, reliable and accurate, it fills the bill for a robust, reliable and accurate firearm that delivers excellent performance.”

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Model Number: 1095TS
  • Barrel: 17.5 inches, threaded barrel (0.578x28TPI)
  • Caliber:10mm Automatic
  • Sight: Iron with ghost ring
  • Overall length: 32 inches
  • Weight:7 pounds
  • Capacity: One 10-round magazine with each carbine
  • Trigger: 6-pound single-stage
  • MSRP: $389.99

At the 2018 SHOT Show visit MKS at booth 16144 on the main floor.


About MKS Supply, LLC:Hi-Point Firearms

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.

  • 21 thoughts on “New Hi-Point 10mm Semi-Auto Carbine

    1. Do the mags for the carbine and the handgun interchange? It would be a very nice option to only have to carry one set of mags.

    2. I own the HP 995, I went to the local gun shop looking at it maybe 6 times before I bit. I did look at many comments from others that owned one all were good, so I came home with it, I put on a red dot, now I call it a sewing machine point and click nice little shooter, it is the only 9mm I have found right out of the box that shoots 9+p+ and does it like a champ 50 yards is impressive. I want the 10mm now if it is anything like the 9mm I will love it. The only complaint is the stock hits my cheek bone hard so after a hundred rnds it’s a little tender, other then that don’t be afraid of its cheap looks, the way the gun shoots makes up for it.

    3. i never fired one of those, but people i know who own them say they like them.
      so might get one myself one of these days lol.

    4. I love High Point, both their handguns and their carbines, but quite frankly Hi-Point really has to pull their heads out of their posteriors concerning the 10-round mags!

      What will it take for Hi-Point hierarchy to finally get the point, but their customer base wants 20 and 30 round magazine capacities?

      This is the only real downside to the people at High Point, they are just simply not listening to their customer base when it comes to magazine capacity!

      Wake up High Point, and get with the program!

      1. I have one in 40sw and have about 500 rounds through it and am well pleased with this carbine ! I was really surprised that it is more accurate than I would have ever thought out to 100 yards ! The first couple of boxes of ammo I used were aluminum case and it did not seem to like those and I had a hand full of FTL’s and a few FTE s but not one ftfs and after the Aluminum case were gone and i switched to better ammo ( brass ) it seems to run flawlessly ! It is a really fun gun to shoot ! I would like to have a nine mil..because a have handguns in those Cals ! I would be interested in trying out the new ten mill ! Fun fun fun !!!

    5. Just another firearm that we in the communist state of Konnecticut are not allowed to own. Can’t wait to get out of this hell hole!

    6. Now wait a minute…is this the same Hi-Point company that makes the pistol, that everybody on gun sites rag on? Are you guys the only loyal followers Hi-Point has?
      I’m just kidding. I’ve never shot one & I’ve heard they are reliable but everybody seems to have on them, maybe because they’re so…inexpensive. IDK. I do have to say that the one’s (pistols) I’ve seen ARE butt ugly…but so is the Beretta APX…but I also have to say, this carbine (Do y’all say car-bean or car-byne?) is kind of sexy looking, & I have heard they ARE very reliable & accurate. May just have to check into them.
      HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!

    7. I don’t have any of the pistols as Dictator Maura Healy says NO! And when it comes to guns she is the boss! That is just the way it is in Taxachussetts! We have a governor with no balls! Back to the HP I just bought my wife the .380, I have 2 of the 9mm, I also have the HP chambered in .40 S&W and .45acp They are the most dependable guns out there to learn with! They are inexpensive and if you run out of bullets they make excellent clubs and they are made 100% in the USA. You cannot go wrong with the carbines! They are a blast at the range and great home protection weapons, anyone of them! I will probably pony up and buy the 10mm WHY NOT!

    8. I had a high point carbine chambered in 9mm that I was always surprised answer satisfied with its performance. Regrettably I sold it years ago due to financial problems. I’m excited to see this model, I really like the changes to the stock. More than likely I’m going to get this particular model in 10mm, I’ve always liked high point carbines (never cared for the handguns really, although they seemed reliable they were just to bulky and cumbersome for my preference in handguns) been in the market for a new carbine to keep in my truck for a while however I have been on the fence about what manufacturer, caliber, and model to go with. But I think I’ve finally made a decision! Thank you High Point for creating this beautiful piece of art and machinery! I plan on becoming yet another loyal High Point carbine owner again soon! Keep up the good work!

      1. I’m sorry to hear that Randy. I was seriously considering buying one of these in 45acp.What sort of problems have you experienced? Will the manufacture not honor their warranty?

        1. Both my .45 and 9mm carbines run perfectly. The .45 is new, but the 9 is 6 or 7 years old. HP has great customer service. I broke a front sight off – entirely my fault – and they sent me a new one, no charge.

        2. I have one in 45 ACP and have never had any problems. It’s fun to shoot, and accurate! I have around 700 rounds through it.

        3. I would not hesitate, I have a 9mm and a 45 in both pistols and rifles, and have no problems, they are just fun to shoot and as accurate as any on the market. The 45 carbine and the 9mm will both shoot sub min of angle at 50 yards with a cheap lighted scope and a rest. I have had no problems with feeding or cycleing other than what I caused. I think you can have a nice shooter for little money and have enough money left to buy add on’s and ammo. Lie I tell my son who is a sig and glock fan I can shoot just as good as him for a lot less. your choice

          1. I fired my new HP and in just two mags, the trigger made a strange kaklink! and no fire then I forcefully reset it it made another strange spring toonng! Figured I’d better stop trying.

        1. In my experience with this type of conversation, it’s probably not true. Just usually fanboys of high-end pistols trying to rag on my Hipoint. But if not, send it back, they will fix it.

          1. I’m actually seeing way more positive comments here on the Hi-Point rifles then negative. Regardless, I’m convinced these are actually great firearms at an affordable price, and I will definitely be buying one in the near future. I’m looking very forward to that for sure!

      2. I have pistols and carbines in .45 & 9mm. They all run fine and nobody has a better warranty.
        Nobody.
        If it has problems, send it back and they’ll make it right.
        I wanted to get my wife a Ruger 9mm, but she held it and wanted my pistol instead. Now we have two of them. These are SOLIDly built weapons that are designed for usage, not looks. Seriously get one. The Redball mags are terrific, forget about the Promags.

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