Ok, there was a post not long ago where a member turned his 995 into a a .32NAA plinker that rocked. If you missed it here it is: http://hipointfirearmsforums.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=4110&highlight=32naa Now there are 2 apparently easy conversions that someone could do with Hi-Point carbines and pistols. First is the .357Sig http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIG_P226 All thats needed is a 4095 and a barrel change. actualy I think if the 995 barrel could fit in the 4095, it would work with a little gunsmith work. This could also work for the 40S&W HP pistol. Second for the pistols the JHP 45 cal could be shooting the HOTT Corbon 400. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.400_Corbon Again the bullet manufacture implies it's simply a barrel change like the .357 SIG. The 400 Corbon in a 4595 (IF?) would take advantage of the longer barrel and far exceed 10MM Auto ballistics. Pricewise the .357 SIG is much more cost effective as the bullets are cheaper. If the 995 barrel could be used in the 4095 it would be a simple barrel change and chamber chamfering away. the 357 Sig is getting 1,600 FPS out of 4" barrels. With a 16" carbine we could see well over 2,000 FPS! Maybe instead of bothering Hi-Point employees on the boards here for the cartidge suggestion of the week, we the forum members could home brew one? What do you guys think, is it possible? any other caliber ideas? :idea: Ponder it this weekend while the site is down.