Had one in 9mm and it was accurate and fun to shoot. But alas, I had to sell it so I could buy my M&P Sport 2 AR15. You should have much fun with yours.
Last edited by Curt360; 02-02-2020 at 04:37 PM.
I keep a gun because I'm too young to die and too old to take an ass whoopin'!
"Firearms stand next in importance to the Constitution itself."
I want to get a gunsmith here to take off the front sight and thread the barrel on my 380 & 9mm Hi-Points. That way I can put a can on them both.
Cans make shooting so much fun.
I just realized if I get a can for the 40/10mm I will also be able to use it for my 9mm & 380, because the bullets are all nearly the same diameter.
Last edited by gearchecker; 02-02-2020 at 07:16 PM.
Teach them the truth, and let them sort thru the cobwebs of liberalism that have infested their minds.
When the time comes that I don't want a new gun, call the undertaker!
When they come for your guns, give them the ammo first!
.45 ACP, Because shooting twice is just plain silly!
That is true as I was reading on that. Glad they started putting the threaded barrel on the 10 mm.
"To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead."
Hi Point! Great pistols! Great carbines! Never used one in 10mm, but the 9mm I used was a hum dinger! Just nothing but excellent function with any brand of ammo used. Doubtless you will find your 10mm to be the a hoot to shoot at the range. Out in the woods and fields it will be the bomb for small game ... even deer! After all, the 10mm in a handgun is a hot round. It'll be even better in a carbine! Sincerely. bruce.
Congratulations on your trade for your Highpoint 10mm carbine rifle.
When someone shows you who they are,believe them the first time. Maya Angelo
I pulled the iron sights off mine (I can't see them worth a darn). I did have some trouble at first, it does not like plated bullets. The plating would peel off when exiting the barrel resulting in a disturbing reduction in accuracy. Jacketed bullets work fine. I use the 180gr Hornady HAP over a dose of Longshot.
I could not get it sighted in at 25 yards, as it constantly drifted (randomly, one time the hole trail wandered up & left, another time straight right, etc) no matter what I did with/to the scope.
I finally removed the scope and re-installed the factory sights - it is now much more accurate!
I have been kind of looking for a 40mm, to match my Baby Eagle.
If it's not being too forward, may I ask what did you trade for the Hi Point?