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The budget pistol caliber carbine maker had their new 10mm Auto chambering on hand in Las Vegas, complete with a threaded barrel and two different finishes.
Though the Ohio-based company has been in the carbine business for over 20 years, the 1095TS marks their first entry into the 10mm market, a classic round that is undergoing something of a rebirth in recent months. Hi-Point teased the handy but hard-hitting carbine last summer and gun shops have made custom models since at least 2012 but the rifle is now in production and is expected to start shipping soon.
The 1095TS features a last round lock back and a rubber cheek rest in addition to the factory threaded barrel which is ready to accept muzzle devices and suppressors. Like the rest of their line, the carbine comes with a 10-round mag, though the company is backing 20-round Reb Ball mags for those who want to go extended.
MSRP is $389 in black on black or $405 for the Realtree Edge camo. The price point for the basic model is about $75 higher than the company’s banner 9mm carbine and $40 more than the .45ACP variants.