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Attention all 45 and 9mm. Hi-Point carbiner's "WHY IS IT"… There is no mention having or wanting to have a suppressor, on their HP carbine. Suppressors have been mention one way or another for every caliber, and gun manufactured. Except for Hi-Point. Makes me wonder if there is smoothing lacking in the use of suppressors and Hi-Point carbines
 

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You know that the carbine barrels come pre-threaded from the factory don't you?
 

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What, the folks with forties don't get to have suppressors too?

$500 - $1,000 can, $200 stamp, $275-ish carbine...

Not sure I would spend that much money on a dedicated can for a Hi Point.
 

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If I spent the money on a can and Tax stamp, it sure as hell would not go onto one of my HP Carbines!
 

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It is threaded you know. Like unscrew it from the MAC-10 you can't afford to buy and put it on your HiPoint. The tax stamp is the most expensive part.
 

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Attention all 45 and 9mm. Hi-Point carbiner's "WHY IS IT"… There is no mention having or wanting to have a suppressor, on their HP carbine. Suppressors have been mention one way or another for every caliber, and gun manufactured. Except for Hi-Point. Makes me wonder if there is smoothing lacking in the use of suppressors and Hi-Point carbines
Nothing lacking. But if you have the money to buy a can, you probably also have a better host to put it on.
 
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If I spent the money on a can and Tax stamp, it sure as hell would not go onto one of my HP Carbines!
If I bought a .45 can, I would sure as hell use it on my HP carbines.
Mostly because I don't have any other threaded barrels in .40, 10 mm, or .45.

That said, I think the next can will be 30 caliber.
 
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Attention all 45 and 9mm. Hi-Point carbiner's "WHY IS IT"… There is no mention having or wanting to have a suppressor, on their HP carbine. Suppressors have been mention one way or another for every caliber, and gun manufactured. Except for Hi-Point. Makes me wonder if there is smoothing lacking in the use of suppressors and Hi-Point carbines
The main reason I bought my 4595 carbine was to suppress it. It's the very least expensive 45 carbine out there. I know the cost of the can plus the 200 bucks is much more than the gun but it's what I want. I've got the can sitting in my gun store's safe waiting and waiting and waiting for my tax stamp.
 
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