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Old 02-17-2013, 12:09 AM   #1
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Default Slide Pin Mod Kit

Found the slide pin modification in a kit for sale on EBay. I looked and did not find anything and e-mailed the seller (innercitydetroit). He quickly responded that he listed some more on the site. I used Buy Now and go the kit with two slide pins, tap, and an allen wrench which were altogether $18 and $3 shipping for a total of $21. I know some smart folks out there may have researched this before and came up with their own ingenious way to modify their gun as opposed to using the old hammer and punch method. Just thought I'd share. No I don't have anything to do with the sale, purchase, or profit of these items. Just wanted to let those that may be curious know that the kit is out there if you look.

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Hipoint C9, CF380, .40 , and .45 cal Slidepin upgrade

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Old 02-17-2013, 09:14 PM   #2
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Link?

Seller name?

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Can you post a pic of the finished mod? Is it a screw? Does it tap into the poly frame?

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here's a video of somebody installing it. I did contact them too via the Smiththingsolutions@yahoo.com email address

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cant find it on ebay

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From his email, it looks like they only list a few at a time, occasionally. The price he quoted me was $23. I think the best way to get ahold of him is to use the above email address. It took him a while to get back to me after my initial email attempt but he finally did. I haven't picked up a pin yet. Anyone who has, I would be interested in your experience with it & if you have had any warranty issues because of it???

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Sorry it took so long to respond. I initially e-mailed (smithingsolutions@yahoo.com) he quickly responded that he just listed some more on E-Bay. I'm not sure how often he puts them out there. I would e-mail him and see. I would act fast when you find out because they seem to go quick.

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Sorry it took so long to respond. I initially e-mailed (smithingsolutions@yahoo.com) he quickly responded that he just listed some more on E-Bay. I'm not sure how often he puts them out there. I would e-mail him and see. I would act fast when you find out because they seem to go quick.

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Haven't picked my gun up yet is that really plastic he tapped through?
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not a bad design. Ide kinda prefer the threads hold on both sides though just incase.

It beats the stock roll pin though by far.

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I like the thought of threads rather than a slide but with it plastic IDK.

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