Hi Point 9mm 995-B carbine?

This is a discussion on Hi Point 9mm 995-B carbine? within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Gunnutty As Gideon said I've looked at the ATI replacement stocks and may have to try one out. The guns are a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnutty View Post
    As Gideon said I've looked at the ATI replacement stocks and may have to try one out.
    The guns are a blast to shoot and virtually indestructible.
    As I've mentioned, I'd be honored to send you the stock gratis in exchange for your feedback on it's performance.
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    Good deal Scott. I'll pm you my addy and I'll follow up with a review.
    We will be much better off when we learn to deal with things as they really are, instead of how we wish them to be!

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    If I bought a hipoint carbine I would definitely tacticool it out with a ATI stock
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    When I saw this thread yesterday I started checking out the 995/ATI conversion.

    looks like a lot of fun per dollar and as duk said tacticool.

    Scot's post today moves the 995/ATI to the top of the got to have it list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnutty View Post
    Scot I'll take you up on the eval if your serious. I have two of the 9mm Hi Point Carbines. I'll put your stock on one
    IM me, please!
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    Scott, you have a PM.
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    The HiPoint Forum has many cool Duracoat jobs on our stock. I'm presently trying to download a few pics of said, since I don't have them w/me on my laptop just now.

    Anyway, I'm limiting the T&E stocks to ten for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnutty View Post
    Scott, you have a PM.
    Responded 7:46pm
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    Got it! Will do.
    Thanks
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    I fondled the high points carbine, they seem decent for the price, but I will take my Storm. However the Highpoint would make a great little truckgun that you won't worry to much about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    I fondled the high points carbine, they seem decent for the price, but I will take my Storm. However the Highpoint would make a great little truckgun that you won't worry to much about.

    The Storm is a fantastic item. But if you can't afford the more refined, the HiPoint is a good way to go. You'll notice we blatantly robbed Beretta for our stock design...and paid dearly for it!
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    Scot, you have e-mail at your business address.

    Thank you!

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    Scot, I am interested also. I just picked up a 995 the other day and may go back and get the other one I saw. PM on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot Van View Post
    The Storm is a fantastic item. But if you can't afford the more refined, the HiPoint is a good way to go. You'll notice we blatantly robbed Beretta for our stock design...and paid dearly for it!

    Agreed the hi-point is designed for the budget shooter and that is a good thing, I can afford to choose and the Storm is my choice. if my gun budget sucked, I would be happy to be able to buy a hi-point.

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    Scot a HIPOINT tech told me exactly what the other post is claiming when they found out I had a ATI stock on mine, they imediatly asked for my address to send me one of the factory stock so "I wouldnt have a problem". I said well the ati are very popular, he said i know we fix our guns because of them all the time. Then he went on to say something about the firing mechanism not being fully supported. Anyhow just wanted to let you know so you can get with them and iron out the BS>

    that being said I love my ATI and wont trade it for anything, even the new stock they (HIPOINT) is supposed to be coming out with. The stock HP stock is soft as crap you can bend it in two and it goes back to normal. (I tried when I got thte one they sent me) Heres a few pics. NOTICE THIS POST IS TO BE PRO ATI!!!!

    Mine:
    Thats a 15 rnd mag not a foregrip.


    others:






    All these images are taken from the hipointtalk.com board. Only the first two are mine and lay no claim that the others are.

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