Your Best Price on a Carbine...?

Discussion in 'Hi-Point Carbines' started by Panzercat, Sep 17, 2019.

  1. Panzercat

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    Probably not the first time a thread like this, but search didn't turn up much in the first few pages. Figure we can all benefit from this so I'll throw it out there.

    I'm in the market for a 4595 and the median price seems to hover around $250ish. Best I've found so far?

    Dalone GA Armory - 227.99 (14.99 s&h to AZ) = 242.48
    https://www.dahlonegaarmory.com/products/rifles-hi-point-4595ts-752334500021-2448

    After the $20 ffl, that's going to run me $262 out the door.

    So that said,
    Got anything better?
     
  2. RadRacer

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    Seems to be the going price for new. I paid $270 OTD for my 995TS
     
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  3. Yep my 995TS was about 260
     
  4. Rachgier

    Rachgier Administrator Staff Member

    $305 OTD with tax, fees, and two boxes of ammo for a 4095TSFGFLLAZ.....in NY back in 2012 when they were legal.
     
  5. CowboyBob

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    I think if yugioh compare most of the online prices that they generally come out to be very close in the end.
    I looked all over and bought thru my LGS website.

    Hi Point 995TS Model 995TS Carbine SA 9mm 16.5" 10+1 Synthetic Stk Black 1 $261.22
    752334995001 HI-PT-CL995 9MM 10SHT 1 $19.91
    Subtotal: $281.13
    Shipping:
    $0.00
    Tax:
    $16.87
    * Charges:
    $15.00
    Total Amount:
    $313.00
    * handling fee
    +$10 for background

    I found one place as low as $227, but they charged shipping and then the LGS charged a higher fee for the background. It came out to be almost the same....just the money was sorted differently. I checked about 4 sites and they were within $5 to $10 of each other at the end.
    So I decided to buy thru the LGS site.
     
  6. Paid $280 OTD for 4595ts with 3 factory mags at a gun show from a FFL. This included the mandatory $10 Oregon BGC fee.

    Edit; this was a few years ago, right before the 1095ts came out


    Edit 2; now it seems a little on high side but considering 3 magazines... when most only give you one.. at that time, new 4595ts were going for $300-350 depending on local gun shop pricing and bgc fees... most shops also would charge $25-50 for transfers from online sales or out of state sales to residents, at least around Oregon, so factor that plus shipping, it was basically a wash.
     
  7. Panzercat

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    Mag pricing seems to be an issue, especially considering redball mags. Damn things ain't cheap and everybody wants to rape you for shipping.
     
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  8. ajole

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    Back in the day, I got used 995’s for $120, and a 4095 for $250 that included a whole pile of ammo, IIRC, 600 rounds.
     
  9. CowboyBob

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    Mag prices on Hi Point mags is stable compared to Sig, Taurus, or S&W. Only thing better is Glock aftermarket.
    Hell, just order from MOM.... if you registered the warranty you can use Register15 as a promo code to save 15%.
     
  10. TNTRAILERTRASH

    TNTRAILERTRASH Supporting Member

    Mom doesn't sell guns direct.
     
  11. ajole

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    He's talking about the mags and stuff.....
     
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  12. TNTRAILERTRASH

    TNTRAILERTRASH Supporting Member

    Van Gogh reading.......more coffee needed
     
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  13. Panzercat

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    Oh, I didn't know they were officially supported. Shipping doesn't screw you over either. Okay!
     
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  14. CowboyBob

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    Yeah, someone on here posted about the deal and I'm passing it on. It's important to check out the options but the Hi Point carbine mags are generally $20 for the 10 round for the 995.
     
  15. I am buying a 995TS on layaway for $225 from 1800Guns&Ammo here in Texas. Now I am also in Texas so I will pay 8.25% in sales tax that will bring the total to $243. FFL included and no shipping as I will do a customer pickup. Even with the sales tax its about the best price I could find.
     
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  16. Everyones talking about 995s, but OP is looking specifically for 4595ts pricing?

    Best price for a 995 new, locally about $230-250, with one mag.

    Haven't seen a 4595ts locally for under $275; some 1095ts are at $325 cheapest.
     
  17. Rachgier

    Rachgier Administrator Staff Member

    Not exactly. OP titled it best price on a carbine. He mentioned the 4595 in the body.

    Second, not everyone. I mentioned my 4095TS.

    Everywhere I've found carbines, all of the various calibers went for the same price. When I bought mine I wanted a 4595, they only had a 4095TS. All 3 calibers, same price. My go to LGS in Pueblo West. All 5 calibers.... same price. They like to charge more for the various hydro dips though. I like busting their balls about it.
     
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  18. moona11

    moona11 King of you Monkeys Lifetime Supporter

    Reading is fundamental
     
  19. moona11

    moona11 King of you Monkeys Lifetime Supporter

    Like Rach said here it doesn't matter the caliber they sell for the same price
     
  20. Panzercat

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    I didn't specify i caliber. Post your best deal!
    I'm specifically looking for a 4595... But it seems to be more expensive. There must be an extra tax added in for being such an awesome caliber. Even 1800Guns&Ammo prices it higher. I'm attempting the used market to see if I can defray the cost. Will sit on that a few days and see what turns up.
     
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