Hi-Point Introduces the Industry’s First 30 Super Carry Carbine

Mansfield, OH: Hi-Point® Firearms, an America-based manufacturer of reliable and affordable pistols and carbine rifles for defense, sporting, and hunting applications, breaks new ground in the shooting industry by introducing the first-ever carbine chambered for the new 30 Super Carry defensive cartridge.

Serious personal and home defense practitioners understand the value of having ammunition compatibility between their handguns and rifles. This has long been the case with 9mm handguns and pistol-caliber carbines (PCC) chambered for the 9mm Luger. Now, Hi-Point extends that same compatibility to Federal’s exciting new 30 Super Carry handgun cartridge with a personal defense carbine chambered for this potent ammunition.

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The Hi-Point 995 is the industry’s first rifle to accommodate the 30 Super Carry cartridge. Available in 16.5” barrel length, this all-new Model 995 boasts a semi-auto action with a 10-shot capacity. The carbine features a skeletonized polymer stock and pistol grip with a ribbed polymer forend for lightweight and durable performance. The carbine comes with a front post sight and a peep rear sight that is fully adjustable for windage and elevation. A Picatinny rail atop the receiver and a rail below the handguard allows shooters to accommodate their preferred optics and accessories.

Offered in black finish with a 1/2×28 threaded barrel and manual safety, the Model 995 30 Super Carry has an MSRP of $359.

Hi-Point will be displaying at the 2023 NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis, IN, April 14-16. NRA members and attendees are invited to stop by booth #5663 to see the Model 995 30 Super Carry first-hand.

To learn more about the Model 995 30 Super Carry from Hi-Point or any Hi-Point firearm, visit hi-pointfirearms.com.

About Hi-Point Firearms

With its manufacturing facility located in Mansfield, OH, Hi-Point Firearms prides itself on building reliable, high quality, and affordable firearms in the heart of America. All Hi-Point firearms are backed by the Real Lifetime Warranty, which means Hi-Point offers repairs for the life of the gun regardless of ownership lineage. For more information on Hi-Point products and service, visit hi-pointfirearms.com. Hi-Point Firearms are distributed exclusively through MKS Supply.

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  • KOldman April 14, 2023, 1:50 pm

    Had a buddy crack(hairline) the chamber on his .45 version. Made me wonder how close were to eating barrel frag.

    My High Point .45 pistol OTH works like charm, but everytime I shoot it I think seriously about using frontal and overhead protection in case of a detonation.

  • kent April 14, 2023, 1:30 pm

    Why? I would prefer a 30 carbine version if they went 30 cal. THAT would sell! M1 carbines are too expensive now. That round has earned it’s chops, this one is DOA. I have 2 carbines already, 1 in 10mm and 1 in 9mm. Heavy but fun and effective. And inexpensive! Used for around $200.00. And a lifetime warranty. If it breaks in HALF it only costs $20.00 shipping. I have an M1 carbine and load for the round. I would buy another Hi Point in 30 carbine if they made one, but not for this irrelevant round.

  • Carl Childers April 14, 2023, 10:05 am

    Another “answer to a question that no one asked”
    Makes as much sense as the 9mm lever action rifle with a magazine. Hope that one bankrupts them.
    How about this, stop inventing shit that’s a waste of resources and man power.
    Make a .500 magnum self defense rifle. That’ll get the job done.

  • survivor50 April 10, 2023, 5:33 pm

    Hi-Point has some LOW-POINTS …

    The 10 round Proprietary Mags being he FIRST … and pot metal construction being the next. BUT … they DO work !

    A touch more engineering and quality materials would go a LOOOONG WAY.

    They do have a place in the market … just not in my line up. And we’ve only had ONE come shoot a match with us … did less than average…

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