Hi-Point Carbines Now in .380, Camo

posted on January 22, 2015

Hi-Point Carbines, the hardworking 9mm semi-automatics, will be available in .380 ACP in 2015, a nice complement to all the .380 carry handguns sold the last couple of years.

Plus, they'll be available in a couple of camo patterns. Hi-Points in 9mm, .40 andy .45 will be available in desert digital, a sticks-and-leaves woodland pattern and a ladies' pink pattern. The .380 carbines will be available in black and pink camo.

Hi-Point personnel tell me we can expect to see .380s by the end of March, and the others by June. Look for Hi-Points at the NRA Great American Outdoor Show.

For more information, go to Hi-PointFirearms.com.


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