Hi-Point Firearms

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Hi-Point is an American firearms manufacturer based in Mansfield, Ohio. Hi-Point manufactures simple and inexpensive pistols and carbines, making them popular among low-income groups. This has unfortunately also led to their common use in gang-related crimes, giving Hi-Point a polarizing reception.

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Hi-Point Carbine

Hi-Point 995 early model - 9x19mm
Hi-Point 995TS with vertical foregrip - 9x19mm

The Hi-Point Carbine is produced in four calibers: 9x19mm (model 995), .40 S&W (model 4095), .45 ACP (model 4595), and 10mm Auto (model 1095). The Hi-Point Carbine was originally only produced in 9mm; the other three calibers were introduced later. Variants suffixed TS ("Tactical Stock") are equipped with alternate furniture with more tactical elements, and originally were produced alongside "Classic" versions with original styled furniture; the "Classic" models have since been apparently discontinued, and the TS variants became the new standard models.

Specifications

Type: Pistol Caliber Carbine

Caliber: 9x19mm Parabellum (995), .40 Smith and Wesson (4095), 10x25mm Auto (1095), .45 ACP (4595)

Weight: 5.8 lbs (2.6 kg)

Length: 32.5 in (82.6 cm)

Barrel Length: 16.5 in (41.9 cm)

Feed System: 10 rd detachable box magazine.

Fire Modes: Semi-auto only

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
I'm Not Ashamed David Errigo Jr. Eric Harris 2016
Cory Chapman Dylan Kleboid

Television

Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Unit A terrorist Depicted as being fully automatic 2006-2009
Law & Order Andrew Pastides Rick Benson "Rubber Room" (20x23) 2010

Video Game

Game Title Appears as Note Release Date
NCIS: The Video Game seen on poster, 4095 variant 2011


Hi-Point Handgun

Hi-Point C9 - 9x19mm
Hi-Point CF380 - .380 ACP

Hi-Point produces pistols in four calibers: 9x19mm (C9), .380 ACP (CF 380), .40 S&W (JCP 40), and .45 ACP (JHP 45). An upgraded version of the C9 was revealed by Hi-Point in 2019, featuring new tactical features. Following the unveiling of this new pistol, Hi-Point announced a "Name The Nine" competition on their social media, asking the social media to propose and vote for the name of the gun; the final winning entry was "Yeet Cannon", which became the weapon's official name, or YC9 for short.

Television

Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Blacklist C9; "Gordon Kemp" (No. 154) 2019-2020
Jessica Jones CF380; "AKA Playland" (S2E13) 2018

Video Game

Game Title Appears as Note Release Date
NCIS: The Video Game C9; seen on poster 2011




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