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i am wondering ifthis would be ok gun and round for hunting yotes and plinking. would be at 100 yards probably farthest shot but also want a fun trunk gun if i can find a deal on one of these. so any advice and help would be appreciated.
 

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While it's not the ideal coyote rifle, the 995 9mm carbine packs enough punch to drop a coyote in his tracks. As long as you limit you shots to 100 yards or less it should work fine.
 

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yup
 

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ok thanks i would rather have the 995 for plinking and some hunting and since 9mm is cheaper i will maybe get one of each would be even better.
 

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The 4095 does have more power than the 995 I own one of each so Im not being partial to either one. I think you would be safe to extend the range a little farther than 100 yds and would have a tad bit more knock down power than the 995

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i have friend who talkedabout selling his 4095 but i was thinking about how much the ammo is in price difference for 40 and 9mm so will think a bit more and decide from there was actually thinking of getting a cz 52 then thought aa carbine would be fun gun to have.
 

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CZ52 is a nice pistol, I have one. But I also enjoy shooting the carbines very much also :)
 

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Good luck with which ever one you decide to buy.
 

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thanks i would like the 995 due to costof ammo but something about 7.62x25 going around 1800 fps and only dropping one inch at 100 yds sounds intriguing to.
 

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Problem with the CZ52 would be accuracy at that range. GM mentions the rainbow effect of the .40 at 100 yds, think of the artillery effect thats going to be with the 4595 carbine. I had a Thompson look alike years ago and can attest that at 50 yds you have to aim high to hit where you want.

My personal choice would still be the .40. It is a new round to me and has impressed me with its power. Its a happy medium between the 9mm and the .45acp
 

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Is there a website out there where somebody has actually put together the ballistic trajectory information of the 9mm, .40 and .45? I'd be interested to see exactly how fast each of these bullets drop after being fired.
 
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