They said "sometime in 2007" last year. I guess we just keep on waiting...
The 4095 is a nice carbine, nothing wrong with it at all. More powerful than the 995.well atleast we know to quit calling them and just check the site now. thanks for the update.
i may try to collect one in a few years. but as of now i may just try n pick up a .40 cal.
And we've only been hearing about this .45 carbine since 2005! :roll:Ah, c'mon...'08 is only a month away... :wink:
It's always the same message: "Just another 6 months to a year while we get caught up on the backorders." :x
I think it's time for Hi-Point to expand a little on the manufacturing side of things and up the QC a little. :?
While I've no doubt that is the desire of people on the statist end of things, I'm fairly certain they'll not find confiscation easy. After the Assault Weapon Ban many people were turned out of office. The attitude of the voters toward gun control has noticeably cooled in the last few years and the politicians know it. Remember, politicians are self-centered, amoral, egotistical narcissists and their only goal is to be re-elected. Any gun control in our near future will be creeping incrementalism. Look at CA, MA, NY and such. Magazine capacity limits, federal waiting periods, local ordnances stricter than state law--that's what we're facing.Whats the point in spending money in expanding if Hillary gets into office?
They will be busy doing the same things we will be, digging holes in their back yard and hiding their guns and ammo :shock:
Eh. Congress wields far more influence over the course of our gun laws than the President does. Even if Hilary wins, the Democrat-controlled Congress has a piss-poor record up to this point, which gives me a strong feeling we can take back one or both houses next year. That's where our rights will be secured or lost, regardless of who's in the Oval Office.Whats the point in spending money in expanding if Hillary gets into office?