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Hi-Point shows off new 10mm 1095TS carbines at SHOT Show (PHOTOS)

This article was originally posted on Guns.com

The 1095 comes in black and Realtree Edge (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

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.

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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.

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