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Just signing on for the first time...I've had a 995 (purchased new) for several years now and just this past week got a 4095 (purchased used). After getting the 995 I started on / off looking for a 4095 and early on I ran across a new one, but as it was at a not so good budget time I past it up. Getting serious as of late I haven't been able to find another new one looking since this past summer, not even w/deposits on several FFL dealers waiting lists. I feel lucky that I found this used one, even @ premium $...which only proves once again that being practical isn't always practical. I have really enjoyed the 995, especially for plinking (loads more fun than a 22). I belong to two ranges (no plinking allowed) but I have a camp in the Southern Tier where years ago I set up a 100 yard range (plinking definitely allowed). I have a Kel Tec Sub 2000 in 40 S&W (a great gun) and am very much looking forward to trying out the "new" HP. My first impression just tearing down / cleaning / handing the 4095 is that the 995 seems easier / quicker in handling, more so than the small physical / numerical differences suggest. But so far I kind of like the slightly more substantial feel of the 4095. I'm heading out for my camp tomorrow for a couple of midweek sunny / 40ish days to try it out, so time will tell...
 

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Hi, my name is Broomhead and I am a Hi-Point addict.
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Hello Broomhead.
Welcome to our support group.
There are five steps in our program.
Step 1: Buy ammo and send it down range.
Step 2: Buy more Hi-Points.
Step 3: Laugh at all the Gun Snobs for paying way too much, then out shoot them at the range.
Step 4: Happily spread your addiction to others whenever possible.
Step 5:Repeat steps 1 through 4 endlessly.
Unfortunately, these are not steps to recovery.
There is no recovery.
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:welcome:

Lots to see, do and learn around here and plenty of folks to answear all your hipoint questions. Enjoy :thinking: :yes:
But remember

Hipoint the addiction for which there is no cure :evillaugh: :evillaugh: :evillaugh:


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