someone went to business school$250
That's a pretty good jump just for a new stock. So that amount is reflecting the new popularity, the retooling time, and the increase in materials for denser polymer injecting since it is a skeleton stock they probably had to use more material in the thinner areas so they didn't have to support it with a wire frame inside the polymer.
So the lower 995 number I have seen here was $168. That's an increase of 48%
What did you guys who bought a 4095 in 2009 pay for it and was it new or used.
Just put $XXX NEW in 02/2009.
Once we get an average we can estimate a rough amount for the 4095 and the 4595 based on the price differential between the pistols. Since the carbines increase material roughly in line with the pistols due to caliber we can make a good guestimate.
My 9mm standard was $129 NEW in 09/2008
My .40 standard was $179 NEW in 07/2008
See. so there is a 24% increase in cost between a standard 9mm pistol and a 995 carbine presumably because of more polymer material and heavier shipping weight. That can also be rounded up to 35% dependant on retailers and the sales flex deals that they have with MKS.
So we can assume that a base msrp for the 4095 will start at $250 and we know the 995 is retailing for around that so the 4095 should hit at around $280 to $350 with a reasonable retailer. More likely the $350 range.
We can throw another $90-$120 on the 4595 putting it around $450 most likely.
So we have:
CX4 .45 at $800+
HK USC .45 at $1000+
Olympic arms K45 at $800
Uzi clones .45 at $900-$1500+
Marlin Camp rifle .45 $600+
Vector and other MP5 clones at $1400+
And finally the Hi-point 4595 at around $500 cause most retailers will put a little bump on the price since apparently this gun is the new hotness.