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Discussion in 'Modern Firearms' started by Matthew300, Aug 21, 2019.
10 mm carbine for hunting white tails out of a tree stand?
What do you think?
Go for it
Ok thanks cdnn sports is running the hipoint 10 mm camo for 299 when it sells for over 400 in other stores
Killed several with a 6" Tarus 357 longest shot 40 yrds. It worked fine I would have no problem trying it.
Would you guys still do it if it was a hipoint with a 17.5 inch barrel?
From what I know, a fair amount of people out west are carrying 10MM glocks for grizzlies, so with that being said I would assume it would be sufficient but, do you have access to anything else? I like a .243 for that type of hunting situation myself.
I have a 30-06 but have it scoped in for farther shots and would like something with iron sights and this gun is only 300$
I did a write up on the Hi-Point 10mm Carbine when they came out in the new Realtree Edge pattern. You can make fun if you want, but it is a fine little rifle. With the right ammo, I have no issues at all deer hunting with it to 75 yards. It's an absolute blast to shoot and built rock solid.
I don't know about that trigger....but looks like a fun little gun to shoot. I wouldn't hesitate to shoot a deer with 10mm on any platform.
Not a carbine, but I've got my Hi-Point going on nearly 20 years now with no issues.
There's better choices, but if that's all you have, choose your shots carefully.
That will work, ammo is not everywhere and resale is iffy, if you wanna change it out. For $300 i would get a savage Axis XP in plain old .308. prob resell easier.