That little shooter will eat up your ammo budget real quick so you better be careful. Things like food and toilet paper tend to get overlooked when you have a 995 (or 4095) carbine to feed. :lol: :lol: :lol:
Great to see another carbine lover in the fold. Enjoy. 8) 8) 8)
excellent purchase... . buyer beware because these carbines are accurate and easy to fall in love with, and you may find yourself "convincing yourself" why you should buy the 4095.. my excuse is, "she needs a sister."
Thanks, guys. Actually, the reason I went with the 995 is because I have the c9 and not the .40.
If I bought a 4095 then I'd have to buy the .40 caliber handgun, etc. etc.
I have wanted a 995 ever since I got the c9, and I figured that depending on who our next President is, I might not get a chance to get it later. Yeah, I intend to get the BSA scope. I may also get the laser that mounts underneath it.
Now, I do have the JHP45 so when the 4595 comes out ...
I have to confess I was a little surprised by how much trigger pull there is and how hard the charging handle is to work.
I want one :? Not sure which one to get though, the 995 or the 4095. I have the C9 and was thinking I should get the 995 because they shoot the same ammo but I want to do some hunting with my father in law and figure the 4095 would be better. Can you take down deer with the 995? New to hunting so I really don't know :?
.. I finally gave in and bought a 995.. I've been selling HiPoints for a while and that homely little carbine just always felt great and made sense... couldn't resist it any longer. gave it one quick try at about 40 yds and it did pretty well.. mine has the red dot scope. My wife couldnt\'t beleive I needed another gun and wondered why this one is so funny looking... I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I guess I will become best friends with Bushman 98 sooner or later, I like the look of his stuff but want to get acquainted with it in stock form first.