Hi-Point 10mm Carbine Gets Realtree Camo Makeover

If you weren’t yet completely tempted to pull the trigger on Hi-Point’s 10mm carbine, the 1095TS, they may have just done something to tip the scales.

You can now get the complete package with Realtree’s 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,” said Charles Brown, president of MKS Supply, LLC. “However, when enhanced by Realtree’s Edge camouflage not only is it impressive for power, range and accuracy it is flat out good looking!”

 

Hi-Point’s 1095TS now in Realtree Edge Camo.

Specs

  • 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.

The camo upgrade costs about an additional $50. A small price to pay for some serious style points!

As we mentioned at SHOT Show 2018, the 1095TS was a serious contender for product of the year. The 10mm cartridge has never been more popular than it is today. Interestingly enough, Hi-Point is one of only a handful of manufacturers to cash in on the craze with the carbine platform. What is everyone else waiting for?

Cost for the camo upgrade is an additional $50.

What separates Hi-Point from the rest of the pack is, well, it’s hard to find a better value. For 400 bones you get a reliable carbine that is suppressor ready and equipped with a Picatinny Rail. Hunting, plinking, home defense — this gun can do it all.

We’re hoping to get one in for review in the near future.  For more information visit

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About the author: S.H. Blannelberry is the News Editor of GunsAmerica.

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  • Russ H March 31, 2018, 5:14 pm

    HiPoint’s may not be the finest (or prettiest) firearm made on the planet but they are built and run like an AK – show me one that jams. Ever. You won’t.

    Not everyone can afford higher end firearms, they are made in America and they are one of the most reliable firearms on the market – why is that a bad thing?

  • tony petres March 30, 2018, 9:57 pm

    PS As for why use the word “automatic” that is exactly how the 100 rounds are sold by at least Federal, i.e.: 10mm auto, just like 45 auto shells. So that might be the reason ehh? I know some words might be inflammatory to our idiot friends on the left, but do we have to bend over on every front?

  • tony petres March 30, 2018, 9:29 pm

    I’m amazed at the “elites” even among gun owners. Almost embarrassing . Who would hunt with one? Obviously that writer has never fired or hunted with a 10MM pistol. I have and have killed deer at 50 yards and one prairie dog at 98 paces! I love 10MM and I know in performance the 45 doesn’t hold a candle to the 10mm in any hunting situation. Just not enough speed and inertia. As a self defense round, just buy the commercial re-loads or your own loaded down ammo and you have your coveted 45 ballistics. I can hardly wait to score the new Hi Standard carbine, baby!

  • Kb31416 March 30, 2018, 1:16 pm

    I’m sorry if this makes me a snob or a jerk (or both) but doing a “makeover “ to a highpoint firearm is polishing a turd. I guess that I am fortunate enough to have the means to acquire better weapons.
    I apologize to all of those who own and enjoy them, but they just scream ugly and cheap to me.

    • Ricky Price March 30, 2018, 11:37 am

      I will have to agree with you. I’m not a rich man, but i don’t mess with junk.

    • Norm Fishler March 30, 2018, 4:04 pm

      Whereas I agree with you both, I have yet to read a review of a Hi-Point firearm (ANY Hi-Point firearm) where the reviewer found the Hi-Point being reviewed deficient in any way apart from aesthetics. I’ve never shot or owned one, nor do I have any plans to do so, but I’ll take one over my fists &/or my fingernails any day of the week.

    • Mark March 30, 2018, 5:29 pm

      I have had my 9mm version of this rifle since 2001, while it may be ugly(to some) I can honestly say that this rifle has never ever misfired, it will eat any 9 mm ammo I feed it. This little carbine also has amazing accuracy, even with the iron sites, put the scope attachment on instead of the iron rear site stick a 4 X power scope and it is unbelievable how accurate this weapon is!
      No this one was a gift from my other brother, my brother in arms this is one that will be passed down the line. Hi Point may inexpensive but they are NOT cheap!! I have an AR-15 that I did all the mods on myself, needless to say this is another weapon that will never leave the family. That said, the Hi Point line of carbines & pistols are all “ugly” but I have never seen one malfunction. If it does then it was tampered with to make it malfunction. By the way Hi Point has a 100% warranty on their products to the original owner and it is a cheaper way to get in some range time and not shoot up $100+ of AR/5.56 ammo. A great little weapon that you can put in your trunk take with into the country side to scare away any unwanted visitors. Of course you can always get the 45 acp version or this the 100 mm versin to each his own though, this is one where the love/hate is purely subjective.

    • Jrat March 30, 2018, 8:39 pm

      What truck do you drive? Where do you buy food?
      How did you get so damn cool?

  • Bob March 30, 2018, 12:44 pm

    I have the 9mm and this is a fun rifle to shoot. It is accurate and dependable. Not to mention affordable. I will never sell it either. Smaller than my AR15 and cheaper to shoot, and again, has never misfired. I’m not convinced that it is ugly, just different. I love it. And to say “polishing a turd”? Wow! EXCUUUUSE ME!

  • Alan Bowers March 30, 2018, 11:46 am

    I have 9mm a Hi Point carbine and reliable and accuracy ,I’ll never sell it

  • roger March 30, 2018, 10:51 am

    Who in God’s name is going to hunting with this rifle, and thuslly why in anyone’s right mind would you pay and extra fee to buy a camo model? Ever hear of camo tape? Guess they’ll learn that when nobody buy one! DUH!

    • Roger B March 30, 2018, 11:23 am

      While I’m at it…Why in the BeJesus didn’t they make this gun (in .45 ACP) able to use standard 1911 mags as well as the handgun. I guess they wouldn’t sell as many mags, right? Comes under the umbrella of, “Disreguard the consumer’s needs so we can make more money” kind of attitude. Cannon cameras can take any Cannon lense, Sony video cameras can take any Sony batteries, Iphones (al newer ones) can all use the same charger, SOME companies have taken this stance on their products, why not Hi-Point!!!???

      • Jrat March 30, 2018, 8:37 pm

        Are you stupid?

  • Rich March 30, 2018, 10:35 am

    so how many times do we have to give reasons to the LEFT.. why list this 10mm weapon as an AUTOMATIC??????

  • Dr. Strangelove March 30, 2018, 7:43 am

    I’ll take a black one. My only gripe with HP is the low-cap mags in the carbines. Had I known that the 10 mm was coming out, I would have skipped the 4595TS and waited a bit.

  • wtsane March 30, 2018, 6:32 am

    I own a black one, not my normal buy but is without doubt the second most fun riflet I own (it has failed to displace the m1, but only just). 10mm suits this platform very well.

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