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#7095784 - 02/28/18 07:47 AM Should I buy a 9mm carbine?
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I'm looking for something cheap that going to get dirty, dusty and muddy, to leave in the gun rack of my mule, so that if I come on a group of hogs, I could just pull it out and start shooting. I dont think it would drop them in their tracks but I do think they would run off and die. But I also don't want to waste my money. But I carry a 9mm glock and it would be nice to have something that uses the same cheap ammunition. So I am open for suggestions. $299 at Academy, Hi-Point Firearms 995TS Carbine 9mm Semiautomatic Rifle, https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/hi-poin...ldCatid=4820553
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#7095806 - 02/28/18 07:58 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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I always say buy more guns.......but, it is a Hi-Point
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#7095811 - 02/28/18 08:00 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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I have the 45acp version that i keep on the golfcart for when im running around our place. Ugly as sin, and heavy. But goes bang when the trigger is pulled no matter what ammo i use. Including steel cased. Havent cleaned it in prbably 3 years. Lifetime warranty. No regrets for what i bought it for. Pretty accurate too out to about 50-75yds. Main thing i dont like about it is the stock makes a squishy sounding noise when shot due to a recoil reducing type plunger system in the butt stock. Their pistols on the otherhand- wouldnt take it if you gave to me.

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#7095815 - 02/28/18 08:01 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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I wouldn’t buy anything high point
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#7095818 - 02/28/18 08:01 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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I get the idea, but 9mm at 100 yards I'm not sure would even penetrate.
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#7095831 - 02/28/18 08:06 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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Mr T, with your money, go grab a HK MP5 peep
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#7095835 - 02/28/18 08:08 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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The keltec sub2000..

The semi-automatic Sub-2000™ is designed to be the most convenient 9mm or .40 caliber rifle available. It’s adjustable and foldable to 16.25 x 7 inches for easy storage and can accept most popular handgun magazines. Plus it can easily be disassembled for cleaning or inspection without tools. Ideal for backpacking trips and situations where space and convenience are paramount.

The SUB-2000 is available in the following variants:
Smith & Wesson M&P (9mm or .40cal)
Sig Sauer P226 (9mm or .40cal)
Beretta 92 & 96
Glock 17, 19, 22 & 23
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#7095839 - 02/28/18 08:09 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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Lots of glock mag ARs out there. In the $500 ish range.

I really like mine, but it’s also an SBR too

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#7095905 - 02/28/18 08:43 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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I have several high points.

The 9mm carbine is capable of putting rounds in a man sized target, off handed, at 100 yards.

I have owned them for around 12 or 13 years.

I lived close to the factory and picked them up for around $100. I wish I had a 45 ACP version.

There is a bonus, if you run out of ammo, they make great clubs.

Also,

If you ever want to play Planet of the Apes, you are prepared.

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Edited by texasag93 (02/28/18 08:43 AM)

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#7095914 - 02/28/18 08:47 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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no use for one here, range not long enough, not enough killing power.

But I would NEVER tell anybody not to get one if they wanted one!!! flag
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#7095933 - 02/28/18 08:54 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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Sounds to me like you want an SKS.
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#7096023 - 02/28/18 09:52 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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Loc: Deer Park , TX
Ruger makes a 9mm rifle that will take Glock magazines. I agree that you need something bigger for hogs, why not get an AR and that will create enough of a wound channel to kill them, though it may not be instant.
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#7096060 - 02/28/18 10:24 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Mr. T.]
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I carry my 870 in the polaris for day to day stuff, loaded with 9 pellet 00 buck and have slugs on the butt stock if I think I need them.

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#7096103 - 02/28/18 10:53 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: syncerus]
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Originally Posted By: syncerus
Sounds to me like you want an SKS.


I wish you could get an sks for $300 these days, but that would be a great option.
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#7096131 - 02/28/18 11:08 AM Re: Should I buy a 9mm carbine? [Re: Tff caribou]
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Originally Posted By: Tff caribou
Originally Posted By: syncerus
Sounds to me like you want an SKS.


I wish you could get an sks for $300 these days, but that would be a great option.


I remember back in the day when you could get one for $89.....

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