man, a .45 carbine would be great. i will definetly buy one. but .45 ammo is expensive, so it would also be my entry into the world of reloading. oh well that is something i have wanted to learn for awhile.
Ammo is the least of my problems, I sold my only 45acp pistol, so I have 300 rounds gathering dust and 500 rounds of brass and bullets doing the same.I'm not equipped to do 9mm and at this point in time it is not cost effective to reload. The brass from the 200 rounds I've put through my 995 is still at the range along with at least 10,000 from other shooters, I guess they clean it up when it gets ankle deep.Until I see one the 4595 is still in the category of an unicorn!
Well, "my cousin" actually has a '54 Corvette gathering dust, so maybe HP really believes it will "work it out".
I'm wondering if the innovative and utilitarian 995 'chassis' / innards are having difficulty holding up to the pounding imposed by .45 cal. energy.
It's probably taking alot more redesign and retooling, than was the case in the smaller step-up to the 40S&W.
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