New Hi-Point 10mm Semi-Auto Camo Carbine

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

Dayton, OH-(Ammoland.com)- New for 2018 is Hi-Point’s high-performance carbine in 10mm Auto wrapped in Realtree’s great looking NEW Edge Camo pattern.

“At only $439, this new carbine will shoot on a par with high dollar carbines and of course will send the bullet just as fast. However, when enhanced by Realtree’s Edge camouflage not only is it impressive for power, range and accuracy it is flat out good looking!”–Charles Brown, president, MKS Supply, LLC.

This particular Hi-Point carbine is threaded for a suppressor and comes with a thread protector. So if one wishes for noise reduction, serious bullet energy at longer ranges, reduced carbine recoil, at a really reasonable price, this is a great fun gun.

The Carbine comes with various Picatinny Rail attachment points and may be purchased with optional LASER, red dot, optical sights, tactical lights, vertical grip, and several other options.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • 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: $439 Realtree’s new Edge Camo pattern
  • MSRP: $390 Standard all black color.

If attending the U.S. Concealed Carry Show April 13-15 in Louisville, Ky. be sure to drop by and visit the MKS Hi-Point booth 349.


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.

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SoCalJack
SoCalJack
3 years ago

I have the 9mm carbine and its a fun gun to shoot. I’ve only shot 250 rds of factory and reloads, no FTF or FTE yet. Me and hundreds of folks are still waiting for High Tower Armory to release the bullpup stock.

Roland
Roland
2 years ago
Reply to  SoCalJack

What factory ammo did you use?

Bruce Schwartz
Bruce Schwartz
3 years ago

I bought a 9mm carbine several months ago would take it in trade and give a disabled veteran a good break social security doesn’t pay that much kind of pro-bono if you will

Chaplain Jerry Vance
Chaplain Jerry Vance
3 years ago
Reply to  Bruce Schwartz

Bruce, DAV Lifemember here. Contact me please Thanks, Jerry

Ted Shaver
Ted Shaver
3 years ago

Don’t they mean semi automatic.

john
john
3 years ago

Low cost yet tough and effective–got the .45 but that 10mm looks pretty cool and with the longer than pistol barrel might deliver some serious hit energy.

Marc Disabled Vet
Marc Disabled Vet
3 years ago

Got One In 9mm . Nice Toy ! ( mag system needs work)
Don’t use Aluminum cased ammo
in them . If you do , Don’t be supprised
when you eject a live round and the lead
stays in the barrel. Then ya gotta ram it out !
Other than that they eat anything you feed em !