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Hi-Point, TS 995 Carbine Redball Magazine 20 Rounds, 9mm Luger

 
Hi-Point
CLP995RB20
752334995018
MAG-5414-003
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You've been scouring the internet for it and now it's here! The Hi-Point TS 995 Carbine Extended Magazine! Made by Redball Sports as an aftermarket magazine and approved by Hi-Point to fit and function just like your standard factory mag! This magazine is for the Hi-Point TS 995 Carbine model chambered in 9mm Luger and holds 20 rounds of ammunition. It is made of steel and features a matte black finish. The magazine is made to Hi-Points specifications and tolerances, using the same manufacturing and materials as the original equipment magazines, ensuring perfect fit and operation.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: CLP995RB20
Redball Hi-Point
9mm Luger
20 Rounds
Steel magazine body
Polymer base plate
Matte Black Finish

Fits:
Hi-Point TS 995 Carbine Only
Note: This magazine will NOT fit
the Hi-Point C9 pistols or the 3895 carbine.

 

Item#: MAG-5414-003
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"It's awesome love the new 20 rounds per magazine. Less reloading is better on and off the range. And for almost the same price as the 10 round magazine yeah go 20. More round better chances at hitting your target."
5.0 5
"This is awesome for the 995TS. It doubles your shooting time and enables your range partner loading for you to keep up. DO NOT USE SOFT RELOADS. They will FTE. Just full powered brand name off the shelf ammo and you'll get 100% eject and reload. I tried 147 reloads...forget it. One of two bad. Speer 147 or any major brand, NO problems. Ammo matters always, but extended mags really do require full power loads! Know that! It's not the product, it's the ammo."